An appeal against an immigration decision ('a new decision') to the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (other than an appeal against a deprivation of citizenship order or an EEA decision)1 may not be brought if the Secretary of State2 or an immigration officer certifies that:
(1) the person was notified of a right of appeal3 against another immigration decision ('the old decision') (whether or not an appeal was brought and whether or not any appeal brought has been determined)4;
(2) the claim or application to which the new decision relates relies on a ground that could have been raised in
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