www.immigrantscanada.comMid Afternoon Deptt:
Camara, who is 24 weeks pregnant, diabetic and says she faces abuse and possibly death if deported to her African homeland, was granted the stay mid afternoon Tuesday on medical grounds. Camara was scheduled to leave from Trudeau airport Montreal at 2 p.m. after Canadian Immigration officials ordered her deportation in February, saying they believed the pregnant woman's 2007 marriage to Canadian citizen Abdul Sow was a sham. Guinean woman Sayon Camara can temporarily remain in Canada after all, thanks to a last minute stay granted by the Canadian government. "Thank you, thank you, I'm very happy," she said through tears after being granted the stay until her child is born. As reported
in the news.
@t canadian citizen, medical grounds www.immigrantscanada.com