What is deport?

  • (verb): Expel from a country.
    Synonyms: expatriate, exile
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on deport:

Internationalist Workers' Left (Greece) - Current Activity - Anti-racist and Immigrant Movements
... the initiatives of "Sunday Immigrants' School" and the Deport Racism Organization ... The main characteristic of the Deport Racism Organization is the idea that both immigrant and local workers have common interests and thus should be in common ... The Deport Racism Organization also took part in the movement defending the 300 immigrants' hunger strike in early 2011 ...
Deport, Texas - Education
... Deport is served by the Prairiland Independent School District. ...
History Of The Jews In Slovakia
... pro-Nazi regime of President Jozef Tiso, a Catholic priest, agreed to deport its Jews as part of the Nazi Final Solution ... a deal with Germany in October 1941 to deport its Jews as a substitute for providing Slovak workers to help the war effort ... strong Jews", but the Slovak government quickly agreed to a German proposal to deport the entire population for "evacuation to territories in the east" ...
Slovak Republic (1939–1945) - The Slovak Republic and The Holocaust
... The Slovak Republic was one of the countries to agree to deport its Jews as part of the Nazi Final Solution ... government tried to make a deal with Germany in October 1941 to deport its Jews as a substitute for providing Slovak workers to help the war effort ... government quickly agreed to a German proposal to deport the entire population for "evacuation to territories in the East" ...
Center For Immigration Studies - Policy Stances - Attrition Through Enforcement
... by increasing the number of illegals already here who give up and deport themselves, the United States can bring about an annual decrease in the illegal-alien population ... false premise Since the federal government can't quickly deport the 10-12 million illegal aliens, the only alternative is legalization – i.e ... First, we simply don't have the capacity to find, detain, and deport 10-12 million people in a short period of time." "Secondly, even if we had the capacity to magically relocate the ...

More definitions of "deport":

  • (verb): Hand over to the authorities of another country.
    Synonyms: extradite, deliver