Going to Sign

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Like It Here by Seth Dodson

Like It Here by Seth Dodson

I am scared of going to sign. I heard one of my friends went to report and they said ‘we need to do a short interview with you.’ And they took him into a small room and asked him some questions. He was really scared that he was going to get sent back. But that time, they let him go. I have heard lots of times people are in that situation and they do not get let out. They are sent to the detention centre. I never want to go back to that place.

I don’t know what I will do if they ask me for an interview. After my appeal was refused, I keep thinking that the Home Office was waiting for the outcome of my court case. Now maybe they want to deport me. That’s why maybe it will be dangerous for me to go and report.

I don’t want to go there alone.

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