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# Deportations

Last year
UK government's plans to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda are lawful, according to High Court
Two senior judges gave their decision in a ruling today.
All time
US forces conduct mass expulsion of Haitian migrants from Texas
Over 12,000 migrants were camped around a bridge in the border town of Del Rio.
€2.2 million spent on deporting people from Ireland in last three years
Figures from the Department of Justice show 601 people were deported between 2018 and 2020.
'A massive and dangerous change': Trump expands fast-track deportations in US
Immigration officers will be able to deport migrants without allowing them to appear before judges.
47 Irish people deported from US in 2018 as figure more than doubles in three years
According to customs officials, removals are essential to “the integrity of the nation’s lawful immigration system”.
New figures show 134 children have been deported from Ireland since 2013
The Department of Justice has revealed 134 minors have been deported in the past five years.
'We could see this happening': Why a 2004 referendum is linked to child deportations
Two boys Nonso Muojeke and Eric Zhi Ying Mei Xue have come under the media spotlight over deportation orders in recent weeks.
Surprise inspections at workplaces as Sweden gets tough on immigration after terror attack
The government wants the new measures to take effect on 1 March next year.
How many people were deported or removed from Ireland last year? It's the week in numbers
Plus: How much money did Osama bin Laden leave in his will?
People have lost years of their lives in Direct Provision - here is how it could end
The Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald has called for a streamlining of the system
Over 200 failed asylum seekers & illegal migrants were deported last year
A further 1,890 people were refused access to the country at ports and airports.
Column: My soul-destroying life as an asylum-seeker
Moussa has been living in a hostel in Ireland for seven years while the Government decides if he can stay and work here. Waiting is soul-destroying, he says, as is being made to feel like a criminal.
EU may take legal action against France over Roma deportations
France’s mass-deportations of Roma Gypsies could be in breach of EU law.