After Peter Dutton's shock decision to send Iranian woman Mojgan Shamsalipoor back to detention last year, she was finally freed on Wednesday.
ABC News reports that she was released on a bridging visa, and she ran straight into her husband Milad Jafari's arms, who was an Iranian refugee and is now residing in Australia.
Mojgan is planning on living and working in Brisbane for the time being, however the fight isn't over, as she does not currently legally qualify as a refugee.
A spokesperson for Peter Dutton released a statement on her release, as well as other 'illegal maritime arrivals' on Wednesday.
"This is in line with the Government's decision to reduce the number of people in detention," it read.
"These people have been granted temporary bridging visas. All have been found not to be owed protection by Australia.
"They are not refugees and are expected to return to their countries of origin. They will not have access to permanent stay visas."
The community in Australia who knew Mojgan had started a campaign to free her, called 'Free Mojgan'.
Mojgan first fled Iran due to rape and domestic violence by her family members, and she was forced to be a child bride to a 60-year-old man.
Her lawyer, Kevin Kadirgamar, told ABC that the future ahead is uncertain.
"The Minister has effectively recognised that she has never been a threat to the community and she has every capacity to be a productive member of society," he said.
"However, the bridging visa continues to place a shadow of uncertainty over her future in that the Minister has not gone as far as allowing her the opportunity to reside in Australia permanently with her husband."
While there is still more to figure out, Mojgan will be celebrating the small victory with her family and friends.