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S.C.E.Standing Committee Proceedings: 27th October 2005          



Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Bill, continued



whether he has complied with any conditions of leave to enter or


remain in the United Kingdom;



whether his return to the United Kingdom is prohibited or restricted.



An immigration officer who examines a person under sub-paragraph (1)


may require him, by notice in writing, to submit to further examination


for a purpose specified in that sub-paragraph.”



After paragraph 16(1A) insert—



A person who has been required to submit to further examination


under paragraph 3(1A) may be detained under the authority of an


immigration officer, for a period not exceeding 12 hours, pending the


completion of the examination.”



In paragraph 21(1) after “16” insert “(1), (1A) or (2)”.’.





Mr Tony McNulty


Added  NC10


To move the following Clause:—



Section 141 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 (c. 33) (fingerprinting)


shall be amended as follows.



In subsection (7)(d) for “arrested under paragraph 17 of Schedule 2 to the 1971


Act;” substitute “detained under paragraph 16 of Schedule 2 to the 1971 Act or


arrested under paragraph 17 of that Schedule;”.



In subsection (8)(d) for “arrest;” substitute “detention or arrest;”.



At the end add—



Section 157(1) applies to this section (in so far as it relates to removal


centres by virtue of subsection (5)(e)) as it applies to Part VIII.”.’.


Bill, as amended, to be reported.


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