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Jean Michel Nsoe Atangana Must Stay in UK Campaign 2011

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Jean Michel Nsoe Atangana is a national of Cameroon, aged 34 years. He has been in UK since Sept'02. Since coming here, he has been law-abiding and been involving himself in academic and community activities. He has attended Abertay University (did BA Hons in Economics and Management, plus did a post grad course in IT). Completed a M Sc in Technology and Entrepreneurship at Strathclyde Business School. Jean Michel has also been busy with Radio Kilimanjaro and FairTrade projects. He has been here in Scotland making a valuable contribution. It seems unfair for Glasgow UK Border Agency to refuse Jean Michel the right to settle here - he is unable to return to Cameroon because he faces dangers, the same dangers that led to him having to leave his home country in the first place. It is time for UKBA to exercise common sense - to release Jean Michel from UK detention immediately pending fair review of his immigration / asylum case, to consider his right to settle here on basis of time spent here, his activities here and his good character record. He is the type of migrant Scotland needs - someone educated, hard-working, honest, with ideas and vision, and who has shown to date that he has integrated into the community here. He cannot return to Cameroon - Cameroon is a country with a very poor human rights record, and in the past weeks tensions have been rising among the people because the country has had President Paul Biya in charge for more than 25 years without fair and free elections. He has no family ties in Yaounde now because the persecution to him and his family have forced them to seek safety elsewhere. Going back means he will be going back to be homeless, destitute and without any support network. Please support Jean Michel in his fight against removal to Cameroon now by signing the petition. Thanks for your time and support. From Jean Michel and campaign team

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