The appellant or applicant1 may act in person or be represented by a qualified person2 or, with the leave of the Special Immigration Appeals Commission3, any other person4, provided that the person in question is not prohibited5 from providing immigration services6. The Attorney General may also appoint a special advocate to represent the interests of the appellant or applicant in proceedings7 before the Commission, either of his own volition8 or where the appellant or applicant and any legal representative of his are
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