An 'EEA decision' is a decision1 that concerns a person's entitlement to be admitted to the United Kingdom2, a person's entitlement to be issued with or have renewed, or not to have revoked, a registration certificate, residence card, derivative residence card, document certifying permanent residence or permanent residence card, a person's removal from the United Kingdom, or the cancellation3 of a person's right to reside in the United Kingdom4. An appeal against an EEA decision lies to the Special Immigration Appeals Commission5 if the Secretary of State6 certifies7 that the EEA decision was taken:
(1) by the Secretary of
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