A former Fijian soldier who fought for the British Army has won his battle to stay in the UK after being threatened with deportation.
Filimone Lacanivalu - who served with the Army for nine years - missed the deadline for an residency request form and was taken to a detention centre for five weeks.
The soldier issued a personal appeal to Prime Minister David Cameron and saw his case taken up by MPs and the press.
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