A Papua New Guinean woman who lives in Townsville faces a death sentence unless Federal Immigration Minister Scott Morrison intervenes to halt her deportation.
Bernardene Morlin, 22 (pictured), has end stage renal failure and requires dialysis treatment to stay alive.
Because of her medical needs, she was denied a student visa by the federal government, a decision upheld by the Migration Review Tribunal.
If Mr Morrison does not intervene, Ms Morlin will be deported to PNG where she faces certain death.
Migration agent Rosaleigh Palmer has been fighting to keep Ms Morlin in Townsville since 2012.
She appealed to Mr Morrison to overturn the decision and grant her a visa on compassionate grounds.