Cancer studious Albert Thompson, a male who has been a concentration of most of a Windrush row, has been given a date to start his diagnosis on a NHS.
It comes after he was told final year he would have to compensate £54,000 unless he could furnish a right documentation.
The Royal Marsden Hospital in London pronounced a 63-year-old, who attended a sanatorium this week, would get his radiotherapy “as an NHS patient”.
Labour personality Jeremy Corbyn had lifted Mr Thompson’s box in Parliament.
Mr Corbyn brought adult his conditions during Prime Minister’s Questions, initial in Mar and again final week, when he indicted Theresa May of disappearing to assistance him.
The primary apportion pronounced a Home Office had been in hit with Mr Thompson’s representatives, and pronounced his NHS diagnosis should never have been withheld.
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Some immigrants who came to a UK from a Commonwealth decades ago, a supposed Windrush generation, have been threatened with deportation or refused jobs or healthcare.
Mr Thompson is not technically of a Windrush era as he arrived in a UK from Jamaica in 1973 as a teenager.
But his box was brought to light by a Guardian after he was told he would have to compensate for prostate cancer diagnosis unless he could infer his right to sojourn in a UK.
“I was reduction than dual weeks divided from my treatment. That was unequivocally upsetting,” Mr Thompson had told a BBC.
“I get to a Royal Marsden and they gave me this form to fill out where they wish to see pass or visa, advantages minute and bank statement.
“At a finish of a day, we don’t have those things to uncover so I’ve got to compensate £54,000, that we haven’t got.”
Laura Stahnke of Praxis, a immigration gift assisting Mr Thompson, pronounced it was gay he was removing his treatment, though combined “it shouldn’t have taken all this media attention, and his box being debated in Parliament for him to get there”.
The Royal Marsden Hospital matter said: “Mr Thompson has attended a Royal Marsden this week to devise a subsequent theatre of his diagnosis and has a date to start his radiotherapy. He is being treated as an NHS patient.”
Home Secretary Amber Rudd, vocalization in Parliament on Monday, pronounced she would do all she could to “right a wrongs” that had been finished to a Windrush era and their families.
She pronounced UK citizenship fees and denunciation tests will be waived and betrothed rapid remuneration for anyone who had “suffered loss”.