A person is a clandestine entrant if he claims, or indicates that he intends to seek, asylum in the United Kingdom1 or evades, or attempts to evade, immigration control2 having:
(1) arrived in the United Kingdom concealed3 in a vehicle4, ship5, aircraft6 or rail freight wagon7;
(2) passed, or attempted to pass, through immigration control concealed in a vehicle8; or
(3) arrived in the United Kingdom on a ship or aircraft, having embarked concealed in a vehicle at a time when the ship or aircraft was outside the United Kingdom9.
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