September 25, 2012
- 24 Aliens, Immigration, and Citizenship
- 24V Denial of Admission and Removal
- 24V(E) Administrative Procedure
- 24k329 k. In General.
Deportation, while not a criminal penalty, can realistically deprive an individual of all that makes life worth living; hence, the Constitution requires that before a person may be deported, he must be afforded most of the protections provided to citizens who face serious deprivations of life, liberty or property.
Haitian Refugee Ctr. v. Civiletti, 503 F. Supp. 442 (S.D. Fla. 1980)