The practice to be followed in the administration of the Immigration Act 1971 for regulating the entry into and stay in the United Kingdom1 of those who do not have the right of abode2 (including the period for which leave is given and the conditions attached in different circumstances) is contained in the Immigration Rules3. The Secretary of State4 may, and sometimes does, depart from the Immigration Rules or authorise an immigration officer to do so5. The Immigration Rules are required to provide for the admission (in such cases and subject to such restrictions and conditions as to length
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