kumilos, mapatapon, itapon, matapon, ideporta, idestiyero
Verb(1) behave in a certain manner(2) hand over to the authorities of another country(3) expel from a country
(1) A Maryland county executive says we should embrace illegal aliens and not deport them.(2) With unemployment rising, the government announced measures to deport illegal foreign workers.(3) A 1996 immigration reform law allows the government to deport illegal aliens convicted of an aggravated felony.(4) The Home Secretary will have greater freedom to exclude and deport foreigners preaching hate and violence.(5) The system would also provide an automatic list of those who have overstayed visas - making it easier to find and deport illegal immigrants.(6) As of September 1, the immigration police returned to its aggressive tracking activities to expose and deport illegal immigrants.(7) Illegal residency was made a criminal offence, and a special police force was set up to seize and deport foreigners or rejected asylum-seekers.(8) The government also moved to deport 10 foreigners convicted during the 19 days of violence in troubled poor neighborhoods.(9) Ms Mutiti regretted that inadequate Government funding made it difficult for the department to repatriate and deport illegal immigrants.(10) To that end they have the power to deport aliens convicted of criminal offences.(11) Previous versions of the bill explicitly allowed police to deport foreigners for participation in political demonstrations.(12) The aim of the operation is to catch, jail, prosecute and ultimately deport illegal aliens trying to enter this country.(13) Last year, one of my neighbours was rounded up as part of an operation to deport illegal immigrants.(14) Denaturalisation, deportation and extradition are the only avenues justice can allow.(15) Trade unions, strikes, and agitators are illegal, and 99% of the private-sector workforce are easily deportable non-citizens.(16) How you walk, how you deport yourself , how you behave in the queue for food: these things are all important because they may be saying something to your opponents.
1. expel ::
2. exile ::
3. conduct ::
4. deliver ::
Different Formsdeport, deportation, deportations, deported, deportee, deportees, deporting, deports
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