UK Visas and Immigration

(asked on 23rd October 2018) - View Source

Question to the Home Office:

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, pursuant to the Answer of 22 October 2018 to Question 180674 on Home Office: staff, how many units within UK Visas and Immigration process post-decision casework; and what category of application each unit processes.


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Caroline Nokes
This question was answered on 26th October 2018

There are 6 units (this is based on a unit as a whole not individual teams) within UK Visa and Immigration that complete post decision casework. List below –


• Asylum
• Administrative Review
• Refused Case Management
• Family Human Rights Unit
• European & Settlement Casework
• International

Each unit is responsible for processing all categories of post decision casework relevant to their business areas, these include the following –


• Administrative reviews
• Appeals implementation
• Appeals review
• Varying conditions of leave
• Further submissions
• Reconsideration of decisions
• Supplementary decisions
• Curtailment
• Family reunion
• Further representations

These units are located in the following locations –


• Liverpool
• Newcastle
• Manchester
• Sheffield
• Croydon
• Beijing
• Bogota
• Manila
• Riyadh
• Warsaw
• Istanbul
• Pretoria
• Chennai
• Abu Dhabi
• Amman
• New Delhi

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