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  • noun Plural form of deportation.

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Examples

  • That would be a step beyond what the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced: a halt in deportations "for the time being."

    Special status will halt deportations from U.S.

  • Last week, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano touted the success of the program, saying Secure Communities contributed to a 70% increase since 2008 in deportations of criminal suspects who were illegal immigrants.

    Deportation Program Grows

  • An immigration platform of "we're not as anti-immigrant as the Republicans" combined with record-setting deportations is not a winning electoral strategy in a presidential year when states like Florida, Colorado, New Mexico, and Nevada make or break a national campaign.

    Rep. Luis Gutierrez: For Latino and Immigrant Voters, It's Not Too Late

  • And even since Dobbs's ouster from the network last November, the immigration system has become even more punitive, with a notable rise in deportations under the Obama administration, compared to the rate under George W. Bush.

    Isabel Macdonald: The Dobbs & Pony Show: Snapshots of America's Immigration Hypocrisy

  • Immigrant advocates attribute the surge in deportations to the agency's apprehension of foreigners who did not commit any crime other than entering the U.S. legally and overstaying their visas.

    Deportations Hit Record Number

  • And even since Dobbs's ouster from the network last November, the immigration system has become even more punitive, with a notable rise in deportations under the Obama administration, compared to the rate under George W. Bush.

    Isabel Macdonald: The Dobbs & Pony Show: Snapshots of America's Immigration Hypocrisy

  • The book covers much familiar ground — train deportations, mass shootings in the East, early experiments with poison gas.

    An Insidious Evil

  • The book covers much familiar ground — train deportations, mass shootings in the East, early experiments with poison gas.

    An Insidious Evil

  • The deportations from the Italian Zone began after the surrender of Italy in September, 1943, in March, April, and during the summer of 1944 when it was occupied by German forces.

    Serbianna.com

  • EU Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding, speaking Tuesday, called the deportations "a disgrace" and said they possibly break EU law.

    EU Warns France on Roma Deportations

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