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Synonyms for deport

deport yourself

Synonyms

  • behave
  • act
  • conduct yourself
  • hold yourself
  • carry yourself
  • acquit yourself
  • bear yourself
  • comport yourself

Synonyms for deport

to force to leave a country or place by official decree

to conduct oneself in a specified way

Synonyms for deport

hand over to the authorities of another country

expel from a country

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Dr Ustadi said the focus should be on better screening of people before they come to the UAE instead of deporting TB patients after the fact.
The Interior Ministry, he said, had written a letter to the International Organization for Migration, asking to seek its clearance before deporting Pakistanis.
Government sources admit Saudi Arabia is wary of deporting Fasih because its move to deport 26/ 11 key player Abu Jundal to India earlier this year had put the Gulf country in a spot.
We believe deporting asylum-seekers against their own wishes is against the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, so we want the European countries to put a stop to returning deportees to Iraq," Kurdistan Regional Government Spokesman Kawa Mahmud told The Globe.
Tory MPs have called on the Home Secretary to "become a national hero" by ignoring a European Court of Human Rights judgement and deporting a terror suspect back to Jordan.
Kick out the convicts PRESIDENT Sarkozy of France had had his wrist slapped by the European Commission for deporting more than 8,000 illegal Roma immigrants.
It's now been more than a year since the UAE started deporting hundreds of Lebanese and Gazans, and the government has yet to give any adequate justification," said Sarah Leah Whitson, Middle East director at HRW.
Salloukh, in a conversation with the paper, said that the Lebanese government has not accused the UAE of deporting Lebanese citizens, adding that the matter is "being followed up based on the brotherly relations" between Lebanon and the UAE.
The effort is aimed at deporting illegal immigrants who commit crimes, rather than those who otherwise obey the law, which is a goal of the Obama administration.
Why fine runaway workers unnecessarily if deporting them is enough?
It would be deeply worrying if the Law Lords' decision were taken by the UK government as a green light to push ahead with deporting people to countries where they will be at risk of abuses such as torture and unfair trials," said Amnesty's Nicola Duckworth.
Years ago Britain used to deport criminals to Australia; now in 2008 Australia is deporting one of their own criminals to Britain.
The consequences of this dereliction of duty are obvious, as Kauflin's report shows, but McDonald added even more examples of what not deporting illegal aliens means for law-abiding Americans.
The revelations come after the Mirror revealed Home Secretary John Reid was facing huge difficulties deporting freed foreign prisoners.