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Introduction
I.  Deportation of Criminal Non-Citizens and the Aggravated Felony Provision of the Immigration and Nationality Act
    A.  Deportation Regulations Based on Criminal Activity
    B.  The Transformation of the Aggravated Felony Provision of the
Immigration and Nationality Act

        1.  The Early Evolution of the Aggravated Felony Provision
        2.  The Harsh Effects of Anti-Immigrant Sentiment on the Aggravated Felony Provision: The Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act and the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act.
II.  The European Convention on Human Rights and the Right to Respect for Private or Family Life as a Defense to Deportation
    A.  Article 8 of the Convention: The Right to Respect for
Private and Family Life

III.  Applying International Law to Achieve a Fair Balance in Deportation Decisions
Conclusion