Woman rejected for settled status despite living in UK for 17 years

EU citizens’ rights campaigner and BBC journalist has bid turned down over insufficient proof

A campaigner for EU citizens’ rights in the UK has said she is in a state of shock after the Home Office rejected her application for settled status despite her having lived in the the country for more than half her life.

Dahaba Ali, 27, moved to the UK at the age of 10. She was born in the Netherlands where her mother was granted refugee status after fleeing the conflict in Somalia.

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