Since Ranjini's story emerged in the Australian press, campaigners have lobbied for her release.
People who have met her in Australia describe her as a "very shy" and "very sweet" woman, who is now confused and anxious.
Hundreds of people have emailed their support to "Letters for Ranjini," a website that urges the Australian government to reassess her case.
On Ranjini's due date, January 6, pregnant mothers with children showed up at closed prisons in Australia and held up signs reading "born free."
Ganesh says he's excited by the birth of his first born, but fearful for his son's future.
He says he has no reason to doubt his wife's story and does not accept that she is a threat to national security.
He just wants his family home.