The parties to proceedings before the Special Immigration Appeals Commission1 are the appellant or applicant2, and the Secretary of State3. The United Kingdom Representative4 may give written notice to the Commission that he wishes to be treated as a party to proceedings, and where he gives such notice he must be treated as a party from the date of the notice5. An appellant or applicant is entitled to the services of an interpreter for bringing his appeal or application for review when giving evidence, and in such
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