A woman who faces "certain death" if she's deported to Nigera, is waiting to hear today if her final appeal to remain in this country has been accepted.
Roseline Akhalu had a kidney transplant while she was legally living in Leeds - but now her visa has run out the government wants to deport her to a country that cannot provide her with anti rejection medication.
Born in Nigeria Roseline came to live in the UK on a vias and has lived in Leeds for eight years. She arrived as a scholarship student at the university, and is an active member of her local church.
Shortly after arriving in Britain she developed kidney disease and both her kidneys failed.