Asylum-seeker, 28, with Beatles tattoo avoids deportation after arguing she could be susceptible to hurt if inking was seen in her native Iraq
- A girl has prevented being deported to Iraq due to her Beatles tattoo
- The 28-year-old asylum seeker has lyrics from the 1968 tune ‘Blackbird’ on her
- She argued she may persecuted in Iraq as physique artwork is perceived as ‘rebellious’
A Kurdish asylum seeker has managed to keep away from deportation to Iraq from Britain due to her Beatles-themed tattoo.
The 28-year-old beforehand misplaced an asylum declare in 2016 and was informed her attraction rights had been exhausted two years later.
However she argued that she could be susceptible to hurt as a result of her tattoo would imply that she was perceived as a ‘completely westernised girl’.
The tribunal heard she had the lyrics ‘take these damaged wings and be taught to fly’ from Paul McCartney‘s 1968 tune Blackbird throughout her shoulder.
An asylum seeker prevented being deported by arguing her Beatle-themed tattoo would trigger her to be susceptible to hurt in Iraq
She had a tattoo of lyrics from the Paul McCartney (pictured) tune Blackbird which was launched in 1968 on the self-titled ‘The Beatles’ album
She feared she could be threat of being persecuted by her household and society, as she now not follows Islam.
She mentioned: ‘I really feel trapped like a caged chicken while I used to be dwelling with my household and they didn’t enable me to stay freely like I’m doing as we speak.
‘I additionally really feel that since coming to the UK, I really feel unbiased and liberated, as I’ve nobody to manage me.
‘I consider that I might absolutely be persecuted in Iraq for having a tattoo, as physique artwork is perceived as rebellious.’
An asylum decide in Cardiff quashed the choices to deport her and to dismiss her attraction, regardless of officers arguing there was no proof she could be in danger.
Choose Andrew Grubb mentioned if she must show she was in danger so as to probably have a proper to remain on human rights grounds.
A brand new listening to will happen at a later date.