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deport in Citizenship topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdeportde‧port /dɪˈpɔːt $ -ɔːrt/ ●○○ verb [transitive]  PGCLEAVE YOUR HOME/COUNTRYto make someone leave a country and return to the country they came from, especially because they do not have a legal right to stayexportdeport somebody from/to something He was deported from Ecuador when his visa expired.deportation /ˌdiːpɔːˈteɪʃən $ -pɔːr-/ noun [countable, uncountable] the deportation of illegal immigrants→ See Verb table
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deportMany of the people who cross the border are quickly deported.Under this emergency measure dozens of opposition figures were arrested without charge, and many were subsequently beaten and deported.I learnt from Otto before I left that Ahmed had been taken into custody prior to being deported.They will possibly be charged with violating federal immigration laws, Schweitzer said, and will be deported.Two foreign journalists who reported the protests were deported.The man has been deported back to the Irish Republic where he will face terrorism charges.Several football supporters were deported from Italy during the World Cup.Immigrants will be deported immediately if they have ever been convicted of any felony.Chi Ma Wan inmates have been threatening violent resistance should moves be made to deport them.People were arrested and deported to Siberia on the slightest suspicion of disloyalty to the czar.