The Immigration Rules

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Immigration Rules part 11: Asylum
Paragraph 327 Under the Rules an asylum applicant is a person who either;
(a) makes a request to be recognised as a refugee under the Refugee Convention on the basis that it would be contrary to the United Kingdom’s obligations under the Refugee Convention for them to be removed from or required to leave the United Kingdom, or
(b) otherwise makes a request for international protection. “Application for asylum” shall be construed accordingly.
Paragraph 327A. Every person has the right to make an application for asylum on their own behalf.

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National constitutional law
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United Kingdom