The Secretary of State may issue a permit to return1 to an individual2 if he considers that, because of the urgency of the situation, it is expedient to issue a permit to return even though no application has3 been made4. The Secretary of State must issue a permit to return to an individual if he considers that the individual is to be deported to the United Kingdom5. The issuing of a permit to return (whether or not resulting in the individual's return to the United Kingdom) does not prevent a subsequent permit to return from being issued (whether or
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