Deportation

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Deportation, means the removal of someone from a country. People may be deported from a country for many reasons. For example, one may be deported from a country if he has got into the country illegally, or without a visa (permission).

Deportation can also happen inside a country. A person or a group of people may be forced to move to a different part of the country, as a punishment.

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