A person is guilty of an offence1 in any of the following cases2:
(1) if, without reasonable excuse, he refuses or fails to submit to an examination under the Immigration Act 19713;
(2) if, without reasonable excuse, he refuses or fails to furnish or produce any information in his possession, or any documents in his possession or control, which he is on an examination4 required to furnish or produce5;
(3) if on any such examination or otherwise he makes or causes to be made to an immigration officer or other person lawfully acting in the execution of a relevant
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