Until a day to be a appointed1, where a person arrives in the United Kingdom2 with a passport or other travel document bearing a stamp placed there by an immigration officer prior to his departure for, or during his journey to, the United Kingdom, which states that the person may enter the United Kingdom for an indefinite or for a limited period subject to specified conditions3, that person is deemed to have been given leave to enter in terms corresponding to those on the stamp4, and is not subject to examination under the
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