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Deported after you do your time?

Postby steev » 07 Sep 2011, 20:11

Do foreigners get deported after they finish their sentence here? And are they ever allowed back in?
I knew a guy got busted here years ago, but I imagine he would have tried to stay here if he could...
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Re: Deported after you do your time?

Postby tash » 07 Sep 2011, 20:37

steev wrote:Do foreigners get deported after they finish their sentence here? And are they ever allowed back in?
I knew a guy got busted here years ago, but I imagine he would have tried to stay here if he could...

Are you worried he's coming after you?

Did you put him in there?
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Re: Deported after you do your time?

Postby jdsmith » 07 Sep 2011, 21:19

tash wrote:
steev wrote:Do foreigners get deported after they finish their sentence here? And are they ever allowed back in?
I knew a guy got busted here years ago, but I imagine he would have tried to stay here if he could...

Are you worried he's coming after you?

Did you put him in there?

wow, that's jumping the gun a bit eh?
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Re: Deported after you do your time?

Postby tash » 07 Sep 2011, 21:29

jdsmith wrote:
tash wrote:
steev wrote:Do foreigners get deported after they finish their sentence here? And are they ever allowed back in?
I knew a guy got busted here years ago, but I imagine he would have tried to stay here if he could...

Are you worried he's coming after you?

Did you put him in there?

wow, that's jumping the gun a bit eh?

What?! There was a gun involved? This is a grizzly story.
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Re: Deported after you do your time?

Postby jdsmith » 07 Sep 2011, 21:42

tash wrote:
jdsmith wrote:
tash wrote:
steev wrote:Do foreigners get deported after they finish their sentence here? And are they ever allowed back in?
I knew a guy got busted here years ago, but I imagine he would have tried to stay here if he could...

Are you worried he's coming after you?

Did you put him in there?

wow, that's jumping the gun a bit eh?

What?! There was a gun involved? This is a grizzly story.

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Re: Deported after you do your time?

Postby Super Hans » 08 Sep 2011, 00:26

It depends on the crime.
If it is drugs possession the Canadian is in trouble for, then depending on the seriousness of the crime it is possible to do rehab and be let go, back into the folds of society.
Other cases depend on factors such as type of crime, visa type, residence status, whether you are married or have family here - that kind of thing. I think it is basically the prosecutor who will push for deportation upon the conclusion of a successful case - and they nearly always do, and it is at the prosecutor's discretion to withdraw his or her request for deportation due to extenuating circumstances of the defendant, or it is up to the presiding judge to consider deportation based on final sentencing.
Upon sentencing, they will say whether you are going to be deported or not.


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Re: Deported after you do your time?

Postby steev » 08 Sep 2011, 21:51

The guy got busted for a Romeo scam. When last i heard (from cable TV report), he'd just been arrested, so no idea if they found him guilty, or of what. The news report suggested he might be a bigamist, or that he might be in trouble merely from having to promised to marrry various women. In the West I imagine it would be a non-crime, but not so here in Taiwan...
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Re: Deported after you do your time?

Postby the bear » 08 Sep 2011, 22:05

steev wrote:The guy got busted for a Romeo scam. When last i heard (from cable TV report), he'd just been arrested, so no idea if they found him guilty, or of what. The news report suggested he might be a bigamist, or that he might be in trouble merely from having to promised to marrry various women. In the West I imagine it would be a non-crime, but not so here in Taiwan...


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Re: Deported after you do your time?

Postby tomthorne » 08 Sep 2011, 23:16

the bear wrote:
steev wrote:The guy got busted for a Romeo scam. When last i heard (from cable TV report), he'd just been arrested, so no idea if they found him guilty, or of what. The news report suggested he might be a bigamist, or that he might be in trouble merely from having to promised to marrry various women. In the West I imagine it would be a non-crime, but not so here in Taiwan...


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Re: Deported after you do your time?

Postby Funk500 » 08 Sep 2011, 23:22

the bear wrote:
steev wrote:The guy got busted for a Romeo scam. When last i heard (from cable TV report), he'd just been arrested, so no idea if they found him guilty, or of what. The news report suggested he might be a bigamist, or that he might be in trouble merely from having to promised to marrry various women. In the West I imagine it would be a non-crime, but not so here in Taiwan...


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