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Immigration and Asylum Act 1999

Section 75: Duty to disclose grounds for entering etc the United Kingdom

220.Section 75 essentially applies the one-stop procedures set out in section 74 to categories of person who will only have a right of appeal in the United Kingdom if they make a specific asylum or human rights claim. The one-stop notice is to be served when they make that claim. Subsection (6) provides for regulations to prescribe that the provisions of sections 73, 76 or 77 may apply, with prescribed modifications, in such cases.

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