Deportation [noun]

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It also speaks to the deportation machine’s long, bipartisan history and raises questions about Democrats’ commitment to implementing bold immigration reforms.

County officials said anxieties over deportation have kept some residents from seeking county services meant to help those who have been affected by the pandemic.

The lawyer promised to call a deportation officer, the very person who for three years, Kevin, now 20, had been trying to avoid.

The result was a system in which immigration law and enforcement are controlled at the federal level, but counties are critical gears in the machinery of deportation and detention.

The Southern Poverty Law Center said some of them had been abused, beaten and forced to sign deportation papers.

In July 1975, just a few months after his deportation, Mozambique declared independence and Cardoso returned home.

Barack Obama, who became president at 46, shielded young undocumented immigrants from deportation and committed to the Paris climate agreement, aimed at preserving the planet for future generations.

After Tanvir declined to become an informant, those agents allegedly threatened him with deportation and placed him on the no-fly list.

According to the Associated Press, children as young as 1 year old are currently being held in hotel rooms, prior to deportation, by people who may or may not have been subjected to an FBI background check.

With almost all commercial flights to Africa currently grounded, it’s unclear what legal and logistical arrangements were made to facilitate deportations to those countries.