Sahar Gh, a graphic designer, fled persecution in Iran due to her conversion from Islam, a crime punishable by life imprisonment or death. Seeking safety in Australia, she was subjected to the offshore detention regime on Nauru. The situation became even more dire when her child developed a life-threatening medical condition, and the inadequate medical facilities on Nauru posed a grave risk. Family separation was enforced under Australia's offshore detention policy. Eventually, she was evacuated to Australia for urgent medical treatment. Despite enduring displacement for over a decade, Sahar remains in a state of uncertainty, unable to pursue her studies and lacking the necessary protection.