Article (23)- Minister of Interior may issue an order for deportation of any alien, even if the alien has a residence license, in the following cases:
a. If an alien has been convicted and the court has issued an order for his deportation.
b. If he has no apparent means of living.
c. If the security authorities see that public interest or public security or public discipline require his deportation.
Article (24) -Order of deportation issued for an alien may include the members of his family, who are depending on him in their living.
Article (25) Minister of Interior may detain the alien, against whom a deportation order has been issued, for a period not exceeding two weeks, if he considers this detention is essential for executing the deportation order.
Article (26) The Minister of Interior may order that the deportation expenses of an alien and his family shall be incurred by the alien himself if he has money or on the account of the country to which he is belonging; otherwise the Ministry shall bear the deportation or exit expenses.
Article (27) If an alien against whom a deportation order has been issued has interests in the country that need to be settled, he shall be granted a grace period after providing a guarantee to clear these interests. The Ministry of Interior shall determine the period, which shall not exceed three months.
Article (28) An alien who has been deported may not return to the country except with special permission from the Minister of Interior.
Article (29) The Department of Nationality and Immigration shall issue an order for deportation of an alien if he has no residence license or if his residence license has been expired. Such an alien may return to the country if he fulfills the conditions for entry in accordance with the provisions of law.