I'm a legal visa holder and I was wondering what the process is if for some odd reason (I have done nothing wrong) I have been deported and I am asked to go back. My questions are:
1> Do I need to go back to my home country, the country of my citizenship or can I go to another country where I will be allowed with my passport?
2> Do I need to fly back immediately or would I be able to fly the next day? (I am guessing there will be some kind of a detention cell) The reason I ask this is because if I already did a 24 hour trip (India to USA or China to USA for ex) then I wouldn't want to hop onto another 24 hour trip immediately.
Update: To Nate's point, i'm asking about denying entry and not deportation. I have not committed a crime or overstayed my visa.
Update: Thanks everyone for sharing the knowledge. What I really wanted to find out was, if i'm ever in that situation, do I even have the rights to rest a little bit, get some sleep and then take the immediate next flight? Or just take a flight to somewhere in the Carribean islands which is a few hours away instead of flying back 24 hours across the world? Forcing me to do the latter has to be some kind of a human rights violation.