In country appeals A refusal to admit a person under the EEA Regulations (REMOVAL OF EEA NATIONAL) will only attract an in-country right of appeal if one of the following circumstances applies:

  1. a) when the passenger holds a valid registration certificate, document certifying permanent residence, EEA family permit,residence card or permanent residence card 
  1. b) When the passenger has been on temporary admission for 3 months or more
  1. c) When the passenger is in the UK and makes a human rights or asylum claim and the claim is not certified by the Secretary of State as being clearly unfounded

A removal under the EEA Regulations (REMOVAL OF EEA NATIONAL) because a person is subject to an extant deportation order (see paragraph 7.4.2) will only attract an in country right of appeal

when the passenger is in the UK and makes a human rights or asylum claim and the claim is not certified by the Secretary of State as being clearly unfounded.