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By comparison, only 18% of Democrats support deporting all illegal immigrants and 66% support allowing illegal immigrants to have the opportunity to become citizens.
During the same period, the Justice Department reviewed a contingency plan to build a detention camp in a remote area of Louisiana to hold "alien undesirables" prior to deporting them.
All these agreements forbid signatories from deporting refugees to any country where they would be at risk of persecution.
The staggering cost of his deportation was revealed this week when Justice Minister Dermot Ahern released figures for the cost of deporting illegal immigrants and people refused refugee status in Ireland.
Contrary to a federal law, Dubai and Abu Dhabi have not been deporting people with TB but treated them until they were cured.
Deportees say Turkish security forces stripped them naked and shaved their heads before deporting them to the Iraqi Kurdish side of the Ibrahim Khalil border crossing.
Ms Homer acknowledged there were difficulties in deporting people.
Whoever is responsible for deporting this man needs deporting themselves.
Since we have discretion, we felt by deporting him - no doubt in our minds - (we) did our jobs,'' Arcaute said.
Refugee groups last night accused him of being obsessed with deporting people.
Under federal law, INS is charged with deporting all undocumented criminal immigrants.
streets and communities safer by deporting increasing numbers of criminal aliens,'' she said in a statement.