deportee


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  • noun

Synonyms for deportee

one forced to emigrate, usually for political reasons

Synonyms

Synonyms for deportee

a person who is expelled from home or country by authority

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We had paid around 30,000 to 40,000 Pakistani rupees (RO170) to agents to reach Oman illegally," a deportee said.
Jotaro Kato, a representative of the nonprofit organization Asian People's Friendship Society who is monitoring the situation of the 75 Filipino deportees, said that under Japanese law first time deportees from Japan cannot return to the country for five years.
As a part of the union's and center's plan, deportees will also receive a monthly salary of YR30,000 ($140) for six months to help them get back on their feet.
What a joke our benefits system is when deportees are eligible for backdated benefits (Mirror, June 4).
According to their complaint, a woman identified as Talvinder Kaur arrived as a deportee from France to India on December 26.
You were supposed to go abroad and send home remittances, but now you come back here a worthless deportee," said Bernard Headley, a professor of criminology at the University of the West Indies, summarizing the popular sentiment.
Migration can fall apart; life stories from voluntary and deportee return migrants.
The deportee phenomenon now also figures prominently in theoretical formulations of "threats" to regional security.
government and other countries bound by the European Convention must get assurances from the receiving country that the deportee will not be subject to torture or ill treatment.
At last here it is a special edition two-disc set of Brian De Palma's 1983 violent epic, chronicling the rise of Cuban deportee Tony Montana (Pacino) in Miami's flourishing criminal underworld during the early Eighties.
The Attorney-General can deport an alien to any country at all, including a nation in which the deportee may be in danger.
A SECURITY guard involved in restraining a deportee who died on a plane yesterday denied in court using a technique called "carpet karaoke".
One deportee said some of the asylum seekers were granted residence but were unable to stay as their residency was not renewed.
Each deportee is accompanied by at least one Garda officer to ensure that they do not seek to avoid their flight.