An asylum claim will be declared inadmissible1 and will not be substantively considered if the Secretary of State2 determines one of the following conditions are met:
(1) another member state3 has granted refugee status4;
(2) a country which is not a member state is considered to be a first country of asylum for the applicant5;
(3) a country which is not a member state is considered to be a safe third country for the applicant6;
(4) the applicant is allowed to remain in the United Kingdom7 on some other grounds and as a result of this has been granted
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