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The Asylum and Immigration (Treatment of Claimants, etc.) Act 2004 (Commencement No. 2) Order 2004

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Section 4 (trafficking people for exploitation)1st December 2004
Section 5 (section 4: supplemental)1st December 2004
Section 7 (advice of Director of Public Prosecutions)1st December 2004
Section 9 (failed asylum seekers: withdrawal of support)1st December 2004
Section 10(1), (2), (6) and (7) (failed asylum seeker: accommodation)1st December 2004
Section 11 (accommodation for asylum seekers: local connection)4th January 2005
Section 14 (immigration officer: power of arrest)1st December 2004
Section 17 (retention of documents)1st December 2004
Section 19(2) and (3) (England and Wales) and section 20(3) and (4) (England and Wales: supplemental)1st December 2004For the purpose of enabling the Secretary of State to exercise the powers to make subordinate legislation under section 19(2)(a) and (3)(c).
Section 19(4) (England and Wales)1st December 2004For the purpose of enabling the Registrar General to issue guidance under section 19(4)(d).
Section 21(2) and (3) (Scotland) and section 22(2) and (3) (Scotland: supplemental)1st December 2004For the purpose of enabling the Secretary of State to exercise the powers to make subordinate legislation under section 21(2)(a) and (3)(c).
Section 21(5) (Scotland)1st December 2004For the purpose of enabling the Secretary of State to issue guidance under section 21(5) and to consult with the Registrar General for Scotland for that purpose.
Section 23(2) and (3) (Northern Ireland) and section 24(2) and (4) (Northern Ireland: supplemental)1st December 2004For the purpose of enabling the Secretary of State to exercise the powers to make subordinate legislation under section 23(2)(a) and (b) and (3)(c).
Section 23(6) (Northern Ireland)1st December 2004For the purpose of enabling the Secretary of State to issue guidance under section 23(6)(d) and to consult with the Registrar General for Northern Ireland for that purpose.
Section 25 (application for permission under section 19(3)(b), 21(3)(b) or 23(3)(b))1st December 2004

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