LONDON (APP) - The British authorities have decided to withdraw deportation orders on two of the nine Pakistani students detained on national security grounds. The students namely Sultan Sher and Janas Khan, both belonging to NWFP, detained in Leeds and Milton Keynes respectively, are expected to be released later on July 17, 2009 (Friday) after the completion of the normal process. According to their lawyer, the students are now expected to be dealt with the usual immigration process and if their visas are found to be valid, they will be allowed to stay in the UK to continue their studies. On April 8 this year, Manchester-based police arrested 12 men in parallel raids at 10 addresses across Manchester, Liverpool and Lancashire. Ten of those arrested were Pakistan-born nationals on student visas and one a UK-born British national. After three weeks, the charges were dropped due to lack of evidence, but they were handed over to the UK Borders Agency for deportation. One student Tariqur Rehman returned home voluntarily last month on the condition that the British authorities withdraw deportation orders. Meanwhile, Amjad Malik, lawyer representing two students Abdul Wahab Khan and Shoaib Khan has applied for further bail before the Special Immigration Appeals Commission, which is due for hearing here on July 27.