Definition of "deportation"
  1. The action of forcing a foreign individual to leave a country, typically due to illegal presence, criminal activities, fraudulent entry, or if their existence is considered harmful to the nation, generally back to their country of origin
How to use "deportation" in a sentence
  1. The authorities initiated deportation proceedings against individuals found to be in the country illegally.
  2. Upon committing a serious crime, she faced possible deportation.
  3. If proven guilty of fraudulent entry, one might confront deportation.

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