Update: Dana Ali

This post was written by Salman Shaheen on August 24, 2009
Posted Under: Human Rights,Immigration,Iraq,News

Last week, I reported on the case of Dana Ali, an Iraqi immigrant being held in Oakington detention centre because of an apparent Home Office mix-up in his paperwork. Tonight, Dana has been released and has been allowed to return home while his case is considered. He has not yet been granted leave to remain and the campaign continues, but increased public exposure will hopefully ensure the situation is resolved. Thank you to all the blogs and sites that carried the story and helped raise awareness of the injustice served to Dana. Sometimes we can win.

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Great news – thanks for all the good work Salman

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Written By jim jay on August 24th, 2009 @ 11:34 pm

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