An asylum applicant1 will be granted asylum in the United Kingdom2 if the Secretary of State3 is satisfied that:
(1) he is in the United Kingdom or has arrived at a port of entry in the United Kingdom4;
(2) he is a refugee5;
(3) there are no reasonable grounds for regarding him as a danger to the security of the United Kingdom6;
(4) he does not, having been convicted by a final judgment of a particularly serious crime, constitute a danger to the community of the United Kingdom7
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