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de·port·ee

 (dē′pôr-tē′)
n.
A deported person.

deportee

(ˌdiːpɔːˈtiː)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person deported or awaiting deportation
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.deportee - a person who is expelled from home or country by authoritydeportee - a person who is expelled from home or country by authority
alien, foreigner, noncitizen, outlander - a person who comes from a foreign country; someone who does not owe allegiance to your country

deportee

noun
One forced to emigrate, usually for political reasons:
Translations

deportee

[ˌdiːpɔːˈtiː] Ndeportado/a m/f

deportee

[ˌdiːpɔːrˈtiː] nexpulsé(e) m/f

deportee

nDeportierte(r) mf; (= alien awaiting deportation)Abzuschiebende(r) mf

deportee

[diːpɔːˈtiː] ndeportato/a
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It is standard policy for Jamaican police to detain and question upon arrival the several thousand deportees who come every year--"Do you have family you will be contacting?
The verses bid farewell to Juan, Rosalita, Jesus and Maria, noting "the radio says they are just deportees.
Twenty years on," Doyle notes in the foreword to The Deportees and Other Stories, his new collection centered on immigrant or expatriate characters, "there are thousands of Africans living in Ireland and, if I was writing [The Commitments] today, I wouldn't use that line.
The charter aircraft landed in Dublin with 45 deportees from Britain and a further seven from Switzerland and Germany.
An online social history service estimated there are a huge number of people living in Britain today who are directly descended from the deportees.
To facilitate tracking of deportees and medications, a medical "meet-and-greet" process was used with the Honduras NTP, in which deportees were met at the international airport in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, by a Honduras NTP official.
Haitian officials said many of those deportees have long criminal records and will be held even though they have not been charged with crimes in Haiti and have already served their sentences in the US.
Haiti 2002, the Human Rights Watch's World Report 2003 Haiti and the INS Resource Information Centers' Haiti -- Information on Conditions in Haitian Prisons and Treatment of Criminal Deportees.
After 9/11, however, sufficient pressure was brought to bear on the Cambodian government in Phnom Penh that its reversed its policy and began accepting the deportees.
Then came a death march, one that Khachikian survived but that claimed the lives of other deportees.
Commercial airliners rarely want to accept a large number of deportees on one aircraft.
Good-bye to my Juan, good-bye Rosalita Adios mis amigos, Jesus y Maris You won't have a name when you ride the big airplane And all they will call you will be deportees.