deportation order


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deportation order

nAbschiebungsanordnung f
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The Irish justice minister ruled he would not be at risk in Iran because he had not been involved in a political party there and issued a deportation order.
But later on, it was found that Inoue has pending criminal cases in Philippine courts and the immigrations bureau was prevented from implementing the deportation order against him.
Jarrar told the lawyer about the interrogation she had with the prison authorities, focused on her political activities and the victory to invalidate the previous deportation order.
He is a failed asylum seeker and has been made the subject of a deportation order which has never been executed," said Judge Rawkins.
The 38-year old's partner, a Romanian woman with whom they have been living in Cyprus for the last six years was devastated after she was informed about his deportation order.
But he said Ministers should use their powers to overrule the deportation order as there was no intent to deceive, and punishment was not in the public interest.
There were circumstances at home threatening enough for the defendant to fear persecution such as death and bodily harm at the hands of the remaining forces of the Taliban there, even at the time of the government's decision to deny him refugee status and the issuance of a deportation order,'' the judge said.
She appealed to remove the deportation order, but her plea has been rejected by the High Criminal Appeals Court.
Speaking on behalf of the unnamed Iranian, Norrism said, "He has been served with a deportation order.
The move took their campaigners by surprise as they are in the middle of a legal challenge to the Home Office's deportation order.
But the 21-year-old Nigerian - known as Kunle - faces an uncertain future with a deportation order hanging over him.
Mr Kemp said he had asked for the deportation order to be lifted because there was further evidence about the mother who died in suspicious circumstances in Romania.