The Secretary of State has made a second commencement order that will bring into force further provisions of the Immigration Act 2016. See Immigration Act 2016 (Commencement No. 2 and Transitional Provisions) Regulations 2016 - SI 2016/1037
The appeals provisions under sections 63 to 65 come into force on 01 December 2016. Section 63 is the remove first appeal later provision which provides the power to certify human rights claims not involving asylum or protection issues if it would not breach the applicant human rights to do so, with the effect that the appeal may only be brought from outside the UK. The Home Office can now remove a person who pursues a human rights appeal even while the appeal is pending.
The power to cancel 3C leave under section 62 also comes into force on 01 December 2016. This applies where an individual has failed to comply with a condition of their leave or used deception in seeking leave to remain.