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14.—(1) This Regulation applies in any case in which the practice of a profession is subject only to the possession of evidence of education attesting to general education at primary or secondary school level.
(2) The designated authority for a profession may not, on the grounds of inadequate qualifications, refuse to authorise a migrant to practise the profession on the same conditions as those which apply to holders of evidence of the required UK attestation of general education if the migrant possesses formal qualifications of the corresponding level or higher satisfying the requirements of paragraph (3).
(3) The formal qualifications will satisfy the requirements of this paragraph if they have been awarded by the competent authority in another relevant State.
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