A person commits an offence if, at a leave or asylum interview1, he does not have with him2 an immigration document3 which is in force and which satisfactorily establishes his identity and nationality or citizenship4. It is a defence to a person charged with such an offence:
(1) to prove that he is an EEA national5;
(2) to prove that he is a member of the family of an EEA national and that he is exercising a right under the EU Treaties in respect of entry to or residence in the United Kingdom6;
(3) to prove that he has
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