deportan
-they deport
The word deportan is the present form of deportar in the third person plural.
See the full deportar conjugation

deportar

De esa forma, si a ella la deportan, él puede quedarse.
That way, if she's deported, he can stay.
En E.E.U.U., cuando lo deportan, saben cómo hacerlo.
In America when they deport you, they know how to do it.
Si te divorcias antes de los dos años, te deportan.
You get divorced before two years, you don't get to salute the flag.
¿Qué te parece si te casas con Apu, así no lo deportan?
How would you like to marry Apu so he doesn't get deported?
Si nos deportan, se acabó.
If they send us back, it's over.
Si lo hace, no la deportan.
If she does, she doesn't get deported.
Si nos deportan, se acabó.
If they send us back it's over.
¿Por qué te deportan, John?
John, why are you being deported?
Y si no lo hago, me deportan.
And if I don't, deported. Yes.
¡A ver si nos deportan a Siberia, ahora!
That's enough! If I let you speak, we'll be deported to Siberia!
Finalmente la consigo y me deportan.
I finally get her and I'm sent away.
Ya, antes de este fallo de la Corte Suprema, deportan a miles de personas cada semana.
Thousands of people are already being deported every week, before this Supreme Court ruling.
Las mujeres trabajan más de domésticas, en las casas y se dedican a trabajar y por eso las deportan menos.
Women work more as housekeepers, indoors, and do nothing but work, so they get deported less.
Es muy común que los hombres les digan a las mujeres usted diga algo y yo la denuncio y la deportan.
It is very common for men to say to women 'if you say anything then I'll turn you in and they will deport you'.
Más allá de Siberia no deportan a nadie.
Can't be any farther than Siberia.
Está furioso, si deportan a Gustav yo soy la que pagará por ello.
If Gustav will be 'expelled, Saro 'I pay.
En el caso de problemas de visa o papeles los deportan, no hay casos de detenidos por esto.
There are no detainees because of visa issues or problems with their papers.
Los apátridas se deportan a un Estado en donde tengan familiares o bienes o al Estado de su elección, siempre que ese Estado los acepte.
Individuals without statehood are deported to a state where they have relatives or property or to the state of their choice, providing this state accepts them.
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