DEPORTATION IN THE UNITED STATES

Deportation

By: Akanksha A Panicker

When the US government removes an immigrant from the country, the individual is said to be deported. However, the preferred term is ‘removed.’ Deportation can occur regardless of whether the immigrant is documented or undocumented and finds its basis on US Immigration Law.  Thus, the circumstances for removal can vary, wherein immigration authorities can enforce departure in multiple scenarios like catching immigrants attempting to cross the U.S. border, the deportation of undocumented individuals in the country after they have been detained, and the negative results of cases in immigration court. 

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