People who are not citizens of the country in which they are based and people who are sent back to their country or another country for any reason (crime, etc.) are referred to as deportees or deported passengers. Deportee passengers are sometimes accompanied by a security guard or travel alone while being sent to their countries.
Deporting means being deported by the relevant security units. If your visa has expired or you have broken the law at your foreign destination, you may be deported. As being deported is something that will have a negative effect in the future and may affect your plans abroad, we encourage you to always follow the rules and pay attention to visa dates of the country you visit.
People who remain in their destination due to overstaying are defined as "overstay". Overstay detection is the first stage of deporting. People can also be deported for political reasons. It is best to seek advice from deportee lawyers for these cases.
Deported passengers are divided into two: Depa and Depu. Deported passengers boarding with a security guard are called depa, and passengers who board without a security guard are referred to as depu. Depa is mostly used for passengers who could pose a possible threat to flight safety. The passenger can also be handcuffed in some cases.
Deportee travel expenses are covered by the state.
Depending on the reasons for deporting, deportees may not be able to enter that country a certain period or they can get excluded from that country for the rest of their lives. In cases such as visa violations, the most common penalty is that the deported person cannot enter that country for 5 years. The penalty can be revoked if the deported passengers believe that they are wronged.
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