The Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 20161 provide for, and make provision about, appeals against immigration decisions2 taken in respect of a persons who have or claim to have rights under any of the European Union Treaties3. They specifically provide that a person may appeal under the Regulations against an EEA decision4, but set out the following qualifications to that right.
If a person claims:
(1) to be an EEA national5, he may not appeal under the Regulations unless he produces a valid national identity card or passport issued by an EEA state6;
(2) to be in a durable relationship7
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