They have four children aged 16, 13, 6 and 3, who were all born in the UK.
They came to the UK from Afghanistan 16 years ago, after the Taliban took over their village.
Recently, Zainadin, the father of the family, was deported to Afghanistan by the British Government after committing a number of minor offences during a period where he was suffering with depression.
He had been seeing a doctor for help with his condition.
Last Friday, his wife Samira heard the news that he had been shot and killed by the Taliban.
“When I heard, I felt like I had to stop living.
I couldn’t even move from my bed. For three nights I didn’t sleep.
My eldest son was crying at my feet. He said mum, I didn’t know my dad was going to die.
He said I can’t believe they sent my dad to the country where he was going to be killed by these people.
My six-year-old is asking to go see her dad because she misses him.
How can they do this to a person who has four kids in the UK? I was begging the government and the judge not to send him back.”