An illegal entrant is a person unlawfully entering or seeking to enter1 (whether or not he has arrived in the United Kingdom2) in breach of a deportation order or of the immigration laws3, or by means which include deception by another person4, and includes also a person who has so entered5.
Illegal entrants fall into three main categories:
(1) those who entered the United Kingdom without leave6 or who have absconded after being granted temporary admission7;
(2) those who enter in breach of a deportation order8;
(3) those who have secured leave by means of material9 deception10.
Whether a person is
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