A Zambian-born Nurse Dianne Ngoza who was due to be deported from the United Kingdom will be allowed to stay in that Country.
Ngoza, who has lived in greater Manchester for 14 years, received support from human rights groups and Manchester Member of Parliament Lucy Powell.
She was to be flown out on Wednesday this week but has now been told she can stay while her case is reviewed.
Ngosa a mother of one moved to the United Kingdom in 2002 to work as a nurse before volunteering for a number of community organizations and churches.
She was detained on 16th November but the ongoing fight from campaigners, including Manchester-based human rights charity has meant she may remain in the United Kingdom.