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The Further Education Loans (Amendment) Regulations 2018

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Amendments relating to fee loans available to persons granted stateless leave and their families

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3.—(1) In regulation 2 (interpretation), after the definition of “person granted humanitarian protection”, insert—

“person granted stateless leave” means a person who—

(a)

has extant leave to remain as a stateless person under the immigration rules (within the meaning given in section 33(1) of the Immigration Act 1971(1)); and

(b)

has been ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom and Islands throughout the period since the person was granted such leave;.

(2) In regulation 3 (eligible students), after paragraph (7), insert—

(7A) Where—

(a)the Secretary of State has determined that, by virtue of being a person granted stateless leave or the spouse, civil partner, child or step-child of a person granted stateless leave, a person (“A”) is an eligible student in connection with an application for a fee loan for a designated further education course; and

(b)as at the day before that course begins, the period for which the person granted stateless leave is allowed to stay in the United Kingdom has expired and no further leave to remain has been granted,

A’s status as an eligible student terminates immediately before the first day of the course.

(3) In regulation 7(b) (events), after “becomes”, insert “a person granted stateless leave or”.

(4) In Schedule 1 (eligible students), in Part 2 (categories), after paragraph 4, insert—

Persons granted stateless leave and their family members

4A.(1) A person granted stateless leave who—

(a)is ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom on the first day of the designated further education course; and

(b)has been ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom and Islands throughout the three-year period preceding the first day of the designated further education course.

(2) A person—

(a)who—

(i)is the spouse or civil partner of a person granted stateless leave; and

(ii)on the leave application date, was the spouse or civil partner of a person granted stateless leave;

(b)who is ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom on the first day of the designated further education course; and

(c)who has been ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom and Islands throughout the three-year period preceding the first day of the designated further education course.

(3) A person—

(a)who—

(i)is the child of a person granted stateless leave or the child of the spouse or civil partner of a person granted stateless leave; and

(ii)on the leave application date, was the child of a person granted stateless leave or the child of a person who, on the leave application date, was the spouse or civil partner of a person granted stateless leave;

(b)who was under 18 on the leave application date;

(c)who is ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom on the first day of the designated further education course; and

(d)who has been ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom and Islands throughout the three-year period preceding the first day of the designated further education course.

(4) In this paragraph, “leave application date” means the date on which a person granted stateless leave made an application to remain in the United Kingdom as a stateless person under the immigration rules (within the meaning given in section 33(1) of the Immigration Act 1971)..

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