The Secretary of State1 may by regulations make provision generally for carrying into effect the purposes of the British Nationality Act 19812. In particular, provision may be made:
(1) for prescribing anything which under the Act is to be prescribed3;
(2) for prescribing the manner in which, and the persons to and by whom, applications for registration or naturalisation may or must be made4;
(3) requiring an application for registration or naturalisation of a person as a British citizen to be accompanied by biometric information, or enabling an authorised person to require an individual to whom such an application
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