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Despite Country Pacts, Deportations Often on ‘Ad-hoc’ Basis

In July 2016, former Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Deputy Director Daniel Ragsdale explained to Congress the protocol to deport a foreign national.   “Two things are generally required,” he said. “An administratively final order of removal, and a travel document issued by a foreign government.”  An order of removal is a deportation order. Of the two, the travel document is the hardest to obtain. Travel documents can be permission from the deportee's country...

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