deportation order


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deportation order

nAbschiebungsanordnung f
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The Crawfords are pushing for the deportation order be removed so that they could proceed with the paperwork related to PIP.
He said the mass deportation also aimed to declog the bureau's backlog of deportation cases and hasten the implementation of deportation orders.
Oftentimes, that includes someone facing a deportation order or an imminent deportation.
Chief judge Sa'ad says flashing the middle finger in public is an act punishable by the Penal Law that also obligates the presiding judge to hand out a deportation order against the defendant, once incriminated.
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.
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.
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.
BNA) -- Assistant Undersecretary for Exits, Search and Follow-up at the Nationality, Passports & Residence Affairs Directorate (NPRA) today announced that 2391 illegal expatriate workers were deported from July 1 to September 30, 2013, after finalising their court deportation order.
Jules Tindugan, who deserted and came to Canada in 2008 (and was probably supported by Canadian taxpayers over the last five years) successfully appealed his deportation order, however, this does not necessarily mean that he will remain in Canada.
Activists said that at least 40 protesters were detained by the French police minutes after nearly 150 demonstrators arrived near the Interior Ministry headquarters in Paris last weekend to protest the French government's refusal to sign a deportation order for Abdallah.
Mrs May is now likely to refuse any application by Qatada's lawyers to revoke his deportation order, but it is still likely to be "many months" before he is put on a plane home.