A person who is given a penalty notice1 for failing to comply with a requirement of the Immigration (Biometric Registration) Regulations 20082 may by notice to the Secretary of State object3 on the grounds:
(1) that he has not failed to comply with a requirement of the regulations4;
(2) that it is unreasonable to require him to pay a penalty5; or
(3) that the amount of the penalty is excessive6.
The Secretary of State must consider a notice of objection and:
(a) cancel the penalty notice7;
(b) reduce the penalty by varying the penalty notice8;
(c) increase the penalty by
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