- to deport
- He was convicted of drug offences and deported.
- He was expelled from the country for spying on their naval bases.
- He was banished from the realm.
- British authorities sought to deport them.
- Uh they're tying to deport him.
- I understand that false or misleading information given in relation to this application could result I the cancellation of the visa and liability for prosecution and deportation.
- Two attache at the embassy is expel from the country.
- To those foreign offenders deportation is applicable.
- Deportation of criminals from england to australia was once common.
- Illegal immigrants risk being deported.
- And is determined to immediately and definitively deport you.
- The temporary expulsion of military advisers.
- To send into exile; banish.
- He was recommended for deportation.
- They stay away from drugs to avoid deportation