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# Deportation

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Nigerian family deported after long-running legal appeal
Pamela Izevbekhai and her daughters are deported after six years of appeals. How much has it cost Ireland?
Hundreds could be affected by ECJ ruling to allow non-EU parents to stay with child
More than 1,000 families in Ireland could be affected by the recent decision by the EU’s highest court to allow non-EU parents of children with an EU nationality to live and work within member states.
Corrib Gardaí assigned to desk duty pending investigation
Garda commissioner Martin Callinan apologises for the recorded comments made by officers, who have been transferred.
Men’s network and Labour Women condemn Garda ‘rape’ remarks
Lobby groups representing both sexes – as well as three Garda unions – speak out against comments heard in recordings.
Women protesters speak of shock and horror after ‘rape jokes’ claim
The young women at the centre of an incident in which gardaí allegedly made comments about rape and deportation have said they were “horrified” that people in a position of power could speak so lightly about sexual violence.
Shatter announces immediate review of residency cases following ECJ ruling
The Minister for Justice says the Zambrano ruling – allowing non-EU parents of EU citizens to claim residency – will be studied.
Plan to deport Moscow's stray dogs scrapped, say activists
Animal rights activists claiming a ‘small victory’ over city officials, saying that the proposal to send thousands of stray dogs out of the city has been dropped.