Allow primary carers of Cancer patients to stay in the UK
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Keith Lawrence was diagnosed with stage 3 bowel cancer in October 2015 at the age of 40. He has since undergone three courses of chemotherapy alongside radiotherapy and major surgery. He still suffers from severe side effects of the treatment some of which may be permanent. He has had a significant portion of his large intestine removed and needs almost constant care, being unable to conduct some of the most basic household tasks.
Despite the Home Office acknowledging that he is desperately ill and in dire need of constant care, they are threatening to deport Keith's wife and primary carer Chantille Lawrence to Jamaica leaving her sick husband here alone.
Let's not allow the Home Office to put us and other cancer sufferers in the same position in the future. After being married and living together for over 6 years, the Home Office should give Chantille Indefinite Leave to Remain in order to look after her sick husband.
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