deportee


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Synonyms for deportee

one forced to emigrate, usually for political reasons

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Synonyms for deportee

a person who is expelled from home or country by authority

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Deportees were released after necessary legal proceedings by the officers concerned in AHTC Lahore Zone I.
'It was further observed from records that eleven (11) previous Saudia Airline flights yielded several reports from Filipino deportees saying they lost items from their luggage which were checked-in by Saudi authorities,' Miaa added.
"Deportee" was never a hit--it appeared only on the re-release of Costello's worst album and now on YouTube--but it is lovely.
What a joke our benefits system is when deportees are eligible for backdated benefits (Mirror, June 4).
The officials posted at Indira Gandhi International ( IGI) Airport, New Delhi, could not understand few French words written in a letter sent along with the deportee by French officials.
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.
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.
Next, we determined the top five countries for deportation from Florida and assessed whether any significant differences existed between these deportees.
According to another deportee they were sent back after one month in prison.
After recounting the often accidental "uncovering" of the concentration camps, Dorland looks at different medical groups and cultures involved in the whole story, including the Nazi doctors inside the camps, the deportee prisoner-physicians who managed infirmaries, the military medical personnel who provided transitional treatment when the camps were discovered, particularly containing rampant typhus and managing the reintroduction of food into the fragile systems of the starved survivors, and then the repatriation medical officials, such as Dr.
Despite reported assurances made by UAE authorities to Lebanese officials that the UAE would review each deportee's case individually, none of those interviewed by HRW who had been expelled have received any further information.
"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.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.: Woodie Guthrie's 1948 lyrics for the ballad "Deportee (Plane Wreck at Los Gatos)" lament the fate of migrant workers killed in a crash while being sent home.
Woody Guthrie - Deportee "Woody is a hero of mine, hence my own Woody's Song in tribute to him.