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An application for leave to remain in the UK under domestic Immigration Rules is valid when a migrant meets the requirements of paragraph 34 of the Immigration Rules. Immigration Rules, Part 1, para 34BB(1) very clearly provides that: ‘An applicant may only have one outstanding application for leave to remain at a time’.
Additionally, Home Office guidance Applications for leave to remain: validation, variation and withdrawal, is clear that an applicant cannot submit simultaneous applications, confirming that: ‘only one form of leave can be granted at any time’.
However, an application under the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2016, SI 2016/1052 is not caught by
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