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Immigration Act 2014

Section 60: Regulations about evidence

354.Subsection (1) provides a power for the Secretary of State to make regulations about evidence relevant to the determination, for the purposes of Part 4, of whether a person is a relevant national under section 49(1), whether a person has the appropriate immigration status under section 49(2), and whether a person has a relevant visa under section 49(4).

355.Subsection (2) contains a non-exhaustive list of the types of provision that may be included in the regulations. This includes for example provision about the kind of evidence which is to be supplied, the form in which evidence is to be supplied, and the manner in which evidence is to be supplied.

356.Subsection (3) requires the Secretary of State to consult the Registrar General before making any regulations under this section.

357.Subsection (4) provides that in this section evidence includes a photograph or other image.

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