Fijian man Isimeli Baleiwai at home with his two children, aged three and six.
Who has served in the British Army for 13 years and is fighting to stay in the
UK after being told he must leave the country by 9 August.
The Home Office allowed 250 foreign criminals who should have been deported at the end of their prison sentences to stay in Britain without their cases being considered by a court, it has been reported.
At least one terrorist, up to eight killers and rapists, 20 robbers and eight paedophiles were given permission to stay last year without a judge deciding their fate, according to The Sunday Telegraph.