Where a person has made a human rights claim1, the Secretary of State2 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 person to leave the United Kingdom3 pending the outcome of an appeal in relation to the person's human rights claim would not be unlawful
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