An Iranian lesbian who faces imprisonment and even death if she returns to her home country because of her sexuality is still in limbo waiting for a fresh appeal for asylum to be heard.
But last year her application and subsequent appeal were refused, and in August she was taken to Yarlswood detention centre ready for deportation.
Campaigners in Sheffield stepped in and she was saved from being sent back, bailed, and allowed to return to the city.
In the last two weeks Pegah has received a letter from the Home Office confirming it will look at her case again, but nearly nine months on does not know when a decision will be made.
Campaigner Margaret Spooner said: "This is one of the hardest parts – the fact it goes on and on and she has no idea when something will happen."