After having received a complete application for a travel document, the Secretary of State1 must issue travel documents to a person granted humanitarian protection in the United Kingdom2 where that person is unable to obtain a national passport or other identity documents which enable him to travel, unless compelling reasons of national security or public order otherwise require3. Where such a person can obtain a national passport or identity documents but has not done so, the Secretary of State must issue that person with a travel document where he can show that he has made reasonable attempts to obtain
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