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Immigration Act 2014 code of practice: freezing orders (bank accounts measures)

The Immigration Act 2016 includes measures to prevent known illegal migrants from operating banks accounts.

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Immigration Act 2014 Code of Practice: Freezing Orders (bank accounts measures)

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Immigration Act 2014 Code of Practice: Freezing Orders (bank accounts measures) (print)

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Presented to Parliament pursuant to Section 40F(3)(a) of the Immigration Act 2014 (as amended by the Immigration Act 2016).

The purpose of this code is to specify the factors caseworkers should consider when deciding whether to apply for a freezing order under section 40C(2) of the Immigration Act 2014 as amended by the Immigration Act 2016, or for the variation or discharge of a freezing order; and the arrangements for keeping a freezing order under review.

Published 20 December 2017