The Eligibility Decision Process

The decision to be made is: Is the applicant a person from abroad who is ineligible?
This involves the following issues:
Question 1. Is the applicant a person from abroad? If the answer is no then subject to the habitual residence test they are likely to will be eligible and you can jump to Question 4
If the answer is yes, the next question is:
Question 2. Is the applicant a person subject to immigration control?
If the applicant is a person subject to immigration control, the next question is:
Question 3. Does the applicant fall into Classes A-E of regs. 3 & 5 of the 2006 Allocation Regulations?' If yes, then eligible. If no, ineligible.
If the applicant is not a person subject to immigration control, the next question is:
Question 4. Is the applicant habitually resident? If yes, then eligible (unless an EEA jobseeker or exercising the initial 3 month right to reside). If no, the next question is:
Question 5. Does the applicant fall within the list of 9 re-inclusions exempt from the habitual residence requirement in regs. 4 & 6 of the 2006 Allocation Regulations? If yes, then eligible. If no, ineligible.

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