if someone file adultery case in the philippines,is there a possibility that the woman can be deport
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Most jurisdictions only deport persons who were convicted of serious and/or violent crimes, especially offenses classified as a Felony. Examples of these types of crimes would be: Murder, manslaughter, drug trafficking, and Rape to name a few. Also, in order to be deported, the person must be in violation of that jurisdiction's immigration laws. In addition, most states and U.S. territories do not criminally prosecute persons for adultery.
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