- (is generally carried out to the) country of origin
- (is often run by) Frontex (in the case of illegal) migrants
- (might apply to) refugee (if they do not receive) refugee status
- (in the case of refugees, is generally prevented by) non-refoulement
People whose asylum applications are rejected are generally required to return to their home countries. Some do so voluntarily; others are deported.
However, deportation is often difficult in practice; a common reason is lacking travel documents or the person's country of origin refusing to accept returnees.
- to face deportation
- to await deportation
- forced deportation
Many of the minors will likely be refused asylum but permitted to stay in the country until they turn seventeen and a half, when they must appeal the denial or face deportation.