Examples of deportee in a Sentence
the deportee vowed that he would someday return to a liberated nation
Recent Examples of deportee from the Web
That pace is likely to exceed last year’s roughly 1,450 European deportees.
Manuel de Jesús Ríos Reyes, 55, stood in the unforgiving sun outside a reception center for deportees from the United States.
Deportees commonly struggle with depression and feelings of isolation, but Mr. López was different.
Monday’s decision expands the order nationwide — against the government’s wishes — and affects potential deportees living in numerous states, including Tennessee and New Mexico.
Ultimately, Paz Martinez hopes to return to the U.S., which for him, unlike most deportees, is still a possibility.
Immigration advocates disagreed and last week convinced Goldsmith that all potential Iraqi deportees deserve more time to state their cases.
U.S. District Judge Mark Goldsmith heard arguments this morning on a motion filed over the weekend asking him to extend temporary protection to all potential deportees nationwide.
Immigration advocates disagreed and last week convinced Goldsmith that all potential Iraqi deportees -- many of them Christians -- deserve more time to state their cases.
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First Known Use of deportee
Legal Definition of deportee
: a person who has been deported or is under an order of deportation
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