-they would deport
The word deportarían is the conditional form of deportar in the third person plural.
See the full deportar conjugation


Dijeron que deportarían a mis padres a menos que los ayudara.
They said they'd deport my parents unless I help.
Habló con un abogado de inmigración y le dijo que lo deportarían.
He talked to an immigration lawyer and he said they would deport him.
¿Por qué dijo que nos deportarían?
Why did that man say we will be deported?
Si alguien supiera que estoy trabajando con un federal, sería a la que deportarían a México.
If anyone knew I was working with a federale, I would be the one they were deporting back to Mexico.
No la llevaron en ese instante, pero la ordenaron presentarse en cinco días un centro de detención desde donde la deportarían.
They didn't arrest her on the spot, but ordered her to report to an immigration center to be deported within five days.
Recuerdo que me atrapó la policía y que iba a probar que era un ilegal y que me deportarían si no decía que había visto a Nick en el callejón.
I remember being caught by the police and they told me they would prove that I am in this country illegally and they would expel me if I did not say I had Nick in the alley.
Y no sabía... si me enviarían de nuevo a la cárcel o si me deportarían de nuevo a EE.UU.
And I didn't— I didn't know if they were gonna throw me in jail or deport me back to the US.
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