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The immigration rules state: Previous breach of immigration laws grounds 9.8.1. An application for entry clearance or permission to enter must be refused if: (a) the applicant has previously breached immigration laws; and (b) the application is for entry clearance or permission to enter and it was made within the relevant time period in paragraph 9.8.7. (...


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It depends. I don't know the specifics of the country you were denied entry to, but for the US, if you are denied entry at a port of entry in the US (all US ports of entry are in the US except for preclearance at certain Canadian and foreign airports), the officer has the choice of allowing you with voluntarily depart or to remove you. If the officer allows ...


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Deportation means the removal of someone already having entered the country. If you're removed from port, it's just that, a removal.


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US law and other materials routinely refer to "passports", but that term is defined to include other passport-like documents that do not bear the title "passport." The definition is at 8 USC 1101(a)(30): The term “passport” means any travel document issued by competent authority showing the bearer’s origin, identity, and nationality if ...


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