A person may be granted leave to remain as a stateless person1 if he:
(1) has made a valid application to the Secretary of State2 for limited leave to remain as a stateless person3;
(2) is recognised by the Secretary of State as a stateless person4;
(3) is not admissible to his country of former habitual residence or any other country5; and
(4) has obtained and submitted all reasonably available evidence to enable the Secretary of State to determine whether he is stateless6.
A person is
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