deny entry

See: exclude
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We had prepared for [a long interrogation], but I never thought they would deny entry because of my name," Ally told CBC News.
A 2017 law entitles the state to deny entry to boycott activists.
"It is an affront that Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, under pressure from President Trump, would deny entry to representatives of the US government," Omar said in a statement.
Morente commended BI port personnel for their accomplishments even as he stressed the sovereign right of every country like the Philippines to deny entry to aliens deemed as undesirable.
'That's absolute authority for a particular country to deny entry to their country.'
Bethlehem/PNN/ Israel announced on Monday it plans to deny entry to a European delegation using the recently approved legislation which bars visits by anti-Israel boycott activists.
Egypt's Interior Ministry said Tuesday that Human Rights Watch (HRW) considers itself "above the law", after the authorities' decision to deny entry to two of the watchdog's top staff.
"Their management allows foreign bachelors to enter, as well as visitors from the Gulf, but deny entry to Saudi youth.
The GCC labour ministers agreed at a recent meeting in Bahrain to draw up criteria to deny entry to expatriate workers in case they violate their contracts or commit a crime in any member state.
The ministry directed the concerned directorate affiliated with the Information Affairs Authority (I) to undertake necessary legal measure to deny entry to consignments of books and their publishing houses.
PESHAWAR, May 31, 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader, Arbab Khizer Hayat Khan strongly condemned the Sindh governments decision to deny entry of the IDPs into the province on the pretext of registration before entry.
Some countries will deny entry to anyone with a drug conviction.