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People granted leave to enter or remain in the UK for a limited period frequently have conditions attached to their leave. For information on who requires leave to enter and remain, see the 'Who requires permission to travel to the UK?' topic in LexisNexis® Immigration.
This Practice Note explains what the conditions of leave are and when and how they can be attached to a person’s leave.
A condition of leave can restrict or prohibit certain activities or access to certain services in the UK. It can also make a specified action mandatory. The Immigration Act 1971 (IA 1971) provides that any, or all, of the following conditions may be attached to a person’s grant of limited leave to enter or remain in the UK:
a restriction on work or occupation in the UK
a restriction on study in the UK
a requirement to maintain and accommodate themselves and any dependants without recourse to public funds
a requirement to register with the police
a requirement to report to an immigration officer or the Secretary of State, and
a condition about residence
The limited leave to which conditions may be attached includes deemed leave.
The conditions listed in IA 1971, s 3(1)(c) are the only conditions that can be attached to a grant
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