Where a deportation order1 has been made in respect of a person and the Secretary of State2 has certified that removal of the person from the United Kingdom3 would be in the interests of national security4, the person may not bring or continue an appeal to the Special Immigration Appeals Commission5 against the decision to make the deportation order, or against any refusal to revoke the deportation order, while in the United Kingdom unless they have made a human rights claim while in the United Kingdom6. A person who has made a human rights claim while in the united
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