Examples of deportee in a Sentence
the deportee vowed that he would someday return to a liberated nation
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The idea was to let immigrants work and send money back to help relatives recover from the damage and not burden the countries with a large number of deportees.
Los Angeles city leaders, for example, have proposed a $10 million fund to help deportees fight deportation in the courts.
With no place to send Cambodian deportees, the U.S. government is not legally allowed to hold them indefinitely: A 2001 Supreme Court ruling said the government couldn’t hold immigrants for more than six months without a realistic deportation plan.
But most deportees had never seen Cambodia before their arrival.
The most recent deportee arrived in Cambodia in May, Herod added.
Questions about their fate have also loomed large in Mexico in recent days, forcing a forcing a closer look at how the country receives U.S. deportees.
Some left on commercial flights in 2016, and the first flight full of deportees took off in January 2017.
Marimba music pipes through loudspeakers as deportees who've just arrived file through the door.
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