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3. In regulation 2, in the definition of “application”—
(a)at the end of paragraph (a) delete “or”;
(b)at the end of paragraph (b) insert—
“(c)an application for leave to enter the United Kingdom made during the period commencing on 30th March 2012 and ending on 8th November 2012 where the person seeking leave to enter holds an accreditation card and would be required to obtain a visa to enter the United Kingdom under Appendix 1 to the immigration rules were that person not exempted from that requirement in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 2 of that Appendix applicable to holders of accreditation cards; or
(d)an application for leave to remain in the United Kingdom made during the period commencing on 30th March 2012 and ending on 8th November 2012 where—
(i)the person has been granted leave to enter the United Kingdom following an application mentioned in paragraph (c);
(ii)an authorised person did not require a record of the person’s fingerprints and photograph of the person’s face to accompany that application for leave to enter; and
(iii)the person seeking leave to remain holds an accreditation card and would have been required to obtain a visa to enter the United Kingdom under Appendix 1 to the immigration rules were that person not exempted from that requirement in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 2 of that Appendix applicable to holders of accreditation cards;”.
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