The Secretary of State1 may require the surrender of a biometric immigration document2 as soon as reasonably practicable if he thinks that:
(1) information provided in connection with the document was or has become false, misleading or incomplete3;
(2) the document (including any information recorded in it) has been altered, damaged or destroyed (whether deliberately or not)4;
(3) an attempt has been made (whether successfully or not) to copy the document or to do anything to enable it to be copied5;
(4) the document should be re-issued (whether
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