HC Deb 13 January 1994 vol 235 cc275-6W
Mr. Allen

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will make a statement on the means of redress available for those refused temporary entry as visitors, following the abolition of the right of appeal against visitor's refusals in the Asylum and Immigration Appeals Act 1993.

Mr. Charles Wardle

A passenger who holds a current entry clearance at the time of refusal of leave to enter the United Kingdom as a visitor has a right of appeal before removal. It is open to a passenger without such an entry clearance to seek judicial review of the decision to refuse him leave to enter.