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15. A biometric immigration document may contain the following information —
(a)the title of the document;
(b)the document number;
(c)the name of the holder;
(d)the holder’s date of birth;
(e)the holder’s nationality;
(f)the sex of the holder;
(g)the period of leave to remain which the person is granted;
(h)the class of leave to remain which the person is granted;
(i)any conditions to which the limited leave to remain is subject or remarks relating to those conditions;
(j)the place and date of issue of the document;
(k)the holder’s facial image;
(l)a machine readable code;
(n)an emblem of the United Kingdom and the words “United Kingdom”;
(o)any additional security features.
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