End the deportation of Anugwom Izuchukwu Goodluck

End the deportation of Anugwom Izuchukwu Goodluck

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A care worker has been ordered to leave the country by the 31st of July 2020.

Anugwom Izuchukwu Goodluck is a care worker and post-graduate living in Brighton and Hove. We are calling on the Government and Home Secretary to end his deportation.

Anugwom Izuchukwu Goodluck's family live in the UK and he has no family in Nigeria. He has been working hard to protect vulnerable people during the pandemic, as well as volunteering and has earned a postgraduate degree. This deportation is cruel and unjust and this treatment of a person has no place here.

An extract from an article by Jody Doherty-Cove for the Argus:

“Priti Patel promised this week to make the Home Office a more compassionate organisation with a ‘people first’ approach to immigration. She needs to start with cases like this.

“Deporting a care worker who is one of those we have been applauding for the past four months, and whose closest family live in the UK, shows the Home Secretary may talk the talk on immigration reform, but the hostile environment for immigrants is still deep-rooted in the Home Office."

Not only should migrants be treated with respect always, a CARE WORKER should be treated with respect after what they have been through these last few months. This person deserves a medal, not a deportation.

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NO ONE IS ILLEGAL.