How the Ganis story unfolded:.
April 19 ( Dr Gani granted indefinite leave to remain but Somayya, 29, and the children are told to leave.
April 20 ( The Chronicle reveals the situation and launches a campaign to rally local support and ask the Home Office to reconsider
April 21 ( Friends and neighbours back our campaign and local MPs promise to look into the case
April 22 ( The Home Office agrees to review the case and staff at Newcastle General Hospital launch a petition in support of the Ganis
April 23 ( Letters begin to pour in from readers and patients backing our campaign and calling for the Home Office to rethink their decision
April 24 ( Dr Gani receives written confirmation of Home Office review but continues with the official appeal process
April 30 ( Baby Shakeel is invited to an appeal tribunal fixed for June but no letter arrives for Somayya or Aalia
May 1 ( Dr Gani writes to Home Office to point out the confused paper work and ask for clarity over why only Shakeel has a tribunal
May 2 ( Consultants at Newcastle Hospitals Trust write to the Home Office urging them to rethink pointing out his value in the local NHS
May 6 ( Somayya and Aalia invited to attend Shakeel's appeal tribunal but are listed as the 11-month-old's dependants
May 11 ( The Home Office call Dr Gani's solicitors to personally promise a review of the case
May 14 ( Stamped passports arrive granting Somayya, Aalia and Shakeel indefinite leave to remain in Britain.