### On the meromorphic continuation of degree two $L$-functions.

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We extend the results of [CHT] by removing the ‘minimal ramification’ condition on the lifts. That is we establish the automorphy of suitable conjugate self-dual, regular (de Rham with distinct Hodge–Tate numbers), l-adic lifts of certain automorphic mod l Galois representations of any dimension. The main innovation is a new approach to the automorphy of non-minimal lifts which is closer in spirit to the methods of [TW] than to those of [W], which relied on Ihara’s lemma.

We extend the methods of Wiles and of Taylor and Wiles from GL2 to higher rank unitary groups and establish the automorphy of suitable conjugate self-dual, regular (de Rham with distinct Hodge–Tate numbers), minimally ramified, l-adic lifts of certain automorphic mod l Galois representations of any dimension. We also make a conjecture about the structure of mod l automorphic forms on definite unitary groups, which would generalise a lemma of Ihara for GL2. Following Wiles’ method we show that this...

We prove the compatibility of the local and global Langlands correspondences at places dividing $l$ for the $l$-adic Galois representations associated to regular algebraic conjugate self-dual cuspidal automorphic representations of ${GL}_{n}$ over an imaginary CM field, under the assumption that the automorphic representations have Iwahori-fixed vectors at places dividing $l$ and have Shin-regular weight.

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