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Saudi Arabia has deported 64,689 Pakistanis, UAE 5,115 in 2017

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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Saudi Arabia has so far deported 64,689 Pakistanis while the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has deported 5,115 Pakistanis in 2017, largest deportation among all Countries, according to the data obtained through official source.

The data revealed that upto June 2017, Saudi Arabia deported 64,689 Pakistanis whereas the Kingdom deported 57,784 Pakistanis in 2016, 61,403 in 2015, 45,456 in 2014, 3,351 in 2013 and 17,369 in 2012.

The UAE has so far deported 5,115 Pakistanis this year while it deported 9,987 Pakistanis in 2016, 8,690 in 2015, 8,434 in 2014, 9,597 in 2013 and 10,235 in 2012.

Likewise, Turkey has deported 2,815 Pakistanis till June 2017 while 2,127, 2,332, 1,597, 339 and 566 were deported from Turkey from 2016 to 2012 respectively.

In the year 2017, a total of 1,490 Pakistanis were deported from Malaysia while 3,664, 3,910, 4,265, 1,727 and 1,068 were deported from 2016 to 2012 respectively.

Oman deported 1,266 Pakistanis in 2017 while in 2016, it deported 1,794, 4,543 in 2015, 1,683 in 2014, 5,018 in 2013 and 6,111 in 2012.

The United Kingdom deported a total of 894 Pakistanis in the year 2017 while 1,890 were deported in 2016, 2,514 in 2015, 3,073 in 2014, 3,235 in 2013 and 2,094 in 2012.

Overall, a total of 5,44,105 Pakistanis have so far been deported from different Countries from 2012 to 2017 (upto 30 June) over major issues like overstay, illegal entry and illegal immigrant.

The data revealed that majority of 116,185 Pakistanis were deported in 2015 followed by 111,084 in 2016, 87,165 in 2017 (upto 30 June), 79,539 in 2013 and 71,723 in 2012.

It also revealed that among various reasons, 58,935 of Pakistanis were deported due to overstay while 3,763 on the charges of illegal entry followed by 2,959 deportee on the account of illegal immigrants.

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