Present perfectellos/ellas/ustedesconjugation ofdeportar.

deportar

Bueno, no lo han deportado, por lo menos.
Well, they didn't have him deported, at least.
Bueno, no lo han deportado, por lo menos.
Well, they didn't have him deported, at least.
No nos han deportado.
I mean, we're not deported.
La compañía respondió con la amenaza de denunciarlos ante el Ministerio de Trabajo y los han deportado.
The company responded by threatening to report them to the Ministry of Labour and have them deported.
Lo han deportado a un campo de concentración en Istria.
He's been taken to a concentration camp in Istria.
No han deportado ni a Samuel ni a Paula.
Neither Samuel nor Paula has been deported.
Le han deportado. Hace casi dos años.
Well, they transported him almost two years ago.
No es fácil volver a los Estados Unidos una vez que te han deportado.
It isn't easy to get back into the United States once you are deported.
Oye, que nos han deportado.
Hey man, we got deported.
No obstante, ahora se han deportado a ciudadanos afganos a un país en guerra, una guerra en la que participan numerosos países europeos.
However, today, it is Afghans who have been deported to a country at war, a war in which many European countries are taking part.
Ninguno de los jóvenes traía papeles y la policía los llevó, todos, a la delegación; algunos siguen detenidos y a otros ya los han deportado.
None of the young men had papers and all were taken in, some are still being held and others already have been deported.
Los Gobiernos han de decidir si realmente quieren atrapar a los traficantes, o si solo quieren obtener titulares sobre cuántos inmigrantes ilegales han deportado.
Governments have to decide if they really want to catch the traffickers, or if they only want headlines about how many illegal immigrants they have deported.
A través de los años han deportado, en efecto, a las personas que se ha determinado que habían entrado ilegalmente al país (es decir, que no habían entrado como visitantes de buena fe).
Over the years, they have, in fact, deported individuals found to be in the country illegally (e.g. not as bona fide visitors).
Se han deportado a más personas, por mucho, durante la presidencia de Obama que la de cualquier otro presidente; 1.5 millones de personas, en su mayoría a México, fueron deportados durante la primera gestión de Obama como presidente.
More people have been deported in the Obama years than under any other president, by far—1.5 million people were deported, most of them to Mexico, in the first term of Obama's presidency.
En total, en las masivas redadas han detenido a 1200 personas y ya han deportado a por lo menos 600 de ellas. ICE se jacta de que este es el operativo más grande que ha llevado a cabo.
In total 1,200 people have been detained in these massive raids, and at least 600 of those arrested have already been deported. ICE boasts that this is the largest operation they have conducted in the U.S. so far.
Han deportado a gente que fue a los albergues.
Some have even been deported when they went to the shelters.
Han deportado a mi mejor amigo.
My best friend got deported.
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