Jules Tindugan, who deserted and came to Canada in 2008 (and was probably supported by Canadian taxpayers over the last five years) successfully appealed his deportation order, however, this does not necessarily mean that he will remain in Canada.
What does DO stand for?
DO stands for Deportation Order
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 29 other meanings of DO in our Acronym Attic
- Data Object
- Data Out
- Dawson and Oberman (plasmas)
- Day Off
- Defense Order
- Defined Order
- Delivery Order
- Denominacion de Origen (general identification for Spanish wines)
- Departmental Offices
Samples in periodicals archive:
The most important recommendation is to make the deportation order optional and not compulsory anymore in crimes related to sex and honour, such as consensual sex, public indecency, breach of modesty and honour, and others.
However, his deportation order was halted by the Obama administration, who are intent on taking steps to halt deportation of gays who have married.
Summary: DUBAI -- The Court of Appeal on Sunday acquitted a computer programmer of the charge of possession and importing of poppy, quashing thus a 10-year jail term and deportation order issued to him by a lower court.
According to a spokesman for the British High Commission -- as well as confirmation yesterday by the two ministries -- the man in question has appealed the deportation order to the Supreme Court and it has temporarily been lifted, pending the case.