Stop the deportation of trafficking victim Duc Kien Nguyen!
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Stop the removal of Duc Kien Nguyen!
Duc was trafficked into the UK from Vietnam and was forced to work in an illegal cannabis farm. He was arrested in a raid and subsequently imprisoned. He now faces deportation following crimes he was forced to commit to a country where he risks persecution of gang violence.
These are Duc's own word's about his situation:
"Hello, i just wanted to briefly my life since i arrived to the UK .
I was forced to a house where i have to grow cannabis without a chance to escape because of gangster and underworld groups I was arrested and served 6 months in prison, during this time i have lodged a claim for asylum and i worked hard to gain money to pay for the charged from court. after 6 months in prison i was detained in detention for 1 year and a half, I was converted to Christianity during the time. During the time in both prison and detention i have tried my best to do anything which helpful for you and your country as to repay for the harm i have done earlier and became a good Christian. I did as much helpful thing as possible and it was so impressed in the prison officer's eyes i have got a lot of praises come from them.
I was released and relocated in Glasgow at this time i still attend church of Scotland every Sunday and i was volunteering at Lambhill stables the whole weekday, i love this organization they were reserving the wildlife and did a lot of thing helpful for social and i like to do that too. I like to do something helpful for you UK that was the truth.
But Now i was refused my claim asylum and have no right to appeal, the HO have arranged my flight to return to VN on 13 of June. I don't wish this happen, i like to cancel my flight and i like to go to judicial review.
I did some thing which against Vietnam's government. I was in debt with a huge amount of money from gangster in VN and i would be kill if i have to return to VN not only by the government but by gangsters in VN as well."
Please sign this petition and contact your local MP, Caroline Nokes and Sajid Javid to demand that Duc is not removed from the UK!
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