Have you been the victim of domestic violence?
From the limited information you have provided above and without taking more detailed instructions, it seems you may be eligible to apply for discretionary leave to remain.
At this stage the best thing you can do is take whatever documents you have and go in to see a Solicitor or Immigration Legal Advisor for further advice and assitance.
If you can let me have your location, I may be able to popint you in the right direction.
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