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Immigration Act 2014

Section 44: Appeals against penalty notices

207.This section amends section 17 of the 2006 Act. It substitutes for subsections (4) and (5) new subsections (4A) to (4E). The effect is to require an employer to exercise their right to object to a penalty notice for a breach of the illegal working provisions in that Act to the Secretary of State before they appeal to the civil court against the penalty.

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