There is no longer a statutory right of appeal against the decision to make a deportation order1. An appeal may only be instituted where the proposed deportee makes a protection2 or human rights claim3 and that claim is refused4 or where the Secretary of State5 has decided to revoke the person's existing protection status6.
Where a person has made a human rights claim, the Secretary of State may certify the claim if he considers that, despite the appeals process not having been begun or not having been exhausted, refusing entry to the person, removal of the person or requiring the
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