Asylum: Deportation

(asked on 17th November 2021) - View Source

Question to the Home Office:

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many people who have been denied asylum have been removed from the UK in each of the last five years.

Answered by
Kevin Foster Portrait
Kevin Foster
Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Home Office)
This question was answered on 24th November 2021

The Home Office publishes data on the number of returns from the UK in each quarter in the ‘Immigration Statistics Quarterly release’. The latest data on Asylum related returns go to the end of March 2021 and are published in Ret_04 and Ret_05 of the returns summary tables.

The Home Office seeks to return people who do not have any legal right to stay in the UK, which includes people who:

  • enter, or attempt to enter, the UK illegally (including people entering clandestinely and by means of deception on entry);
  • overstay their period of legal right to remain in the UK;
  • breach their conditions of leave;
  • are subject to deportation action; for example, due to a serious criminal conviction and
  • have been refused asylum.
This content was generated for your convenience by Parallel Parliament and does not form part of the official record.
Recent Documents related to Asylum: Deportation

1. Written evidence submitted by Helen Bamber Foundation (NBB25)
20/10/2021 - Bill Documents

Found: Borders Bill makes significant changes to the UK asylum and trafficking systems that HBF believes will

2. Written evidence submitted by the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) UK (NBB07)
22/09/2021 - Bill Documents

Found: Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) UK (NBB07) The Nationality and Borders Bill: JRS UK evidence to the Bill Committee

3. Immigration statistics, year ending September 2020
27/11/2020 - Home Office
- View source

Found: those: coming to the UK, extending their stay, gaining citizenship, applying for asylum, and being detained

4. Asylum accommodation contracts
08/10/2018 - Parliamentary Research

Found: 2018 Asylum accommodation contracts By Hannah Wilkins, Alison Pratt Summary A debate on Asylum accommodation

5. Full report - Handling of the Windrush situation
05/12/2018 - National Audit Office

Found: Report by the Comptroller and Auditor General Home Of˜ce Handling of the Windrush situation HC 1622

Latest Documents
Recent Speeches related to Asylum: Deportation

1. Oral Answers to Questions
07/06/2021 - Commons Chamber

1: attending illegal indoor gatherings of more than 15 people in England, and have created a fine regime to ensure - Speech Link
2: committed. I am sorry to say that we have seen far too many of these rallies recently and they are in breach - Speech Link
3: overhauled the Windrush compensation scheme to pay people more money more quickly; that has now taken place - Speech Link

2. Delays in the Asylum System
07/07/2021 - Westminster Hall

1: That this House has considered delays in the asylum system.It is a pleasure to serve under your - Speech Link

3. Channel Crossings in Small Boats
22/11/2021 - Commons Chamber

1: (Urgent Question): To ask the Home Secretary to make a statement on the channel crossings in small - Speech Link
2: is the result of a global migration crisis. Just last week, I met my counterparts in the US, who are grappling - Speech Link

4. Nationality and Borders Bill (Fifteenth sitting)
04/11/2021 - Public Bill Committees

1: section 82A of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002 (expedited appeals for claims brought - Speech Link
2: section 82(1) of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002 (appeals in respect of protection and - Speech Link
3: swift removal of those who have no right to be in the UK. It complements clause 21 by ensuring that individuals - Speech Link

5. Nationality and Borders Bill
19/07/2021 - Commons Chamber

1: British people have had enough of open borders and uncontrolled immigration; enough of a failed asylum system - Speech Link
2: to either intervene or listen.The British people have repeatedly voted to take back control of our - Speech Link
3: issues. Can I assure her, on the basis of six years in the Home Office, that they have been addressed? I will - Speech Link

Latest Speeches
Recent Questions related to Asylum: Deportation
1. Asylum: LGBT People
asked by: Caroline Lucas
... whether her Department has made an assessment of the effect on the mental health of LGBT+ asylum applicants of (a) delays to asylum interviews and (b) the asylum interview process.

2. Asylum: LGBT People
asked by: Neil Coyle
... what steps his Department has taken to consult representatives of LGBT+ organisations on the review and action plan in respect of asylum claims on the basis of sexuality.

3. Asylum: LGBT People
asked by: Claire Hanna
... how many people have been granted asylum in the UK as a result of persecution for being LGBTQ+ in their home state within the last two years.

4. Asylum: LGBT People
asked by: Lilian Greenwood
... biphobic or transphobic persecution are (a) treated fairly and with dignity and (b) protected from persecution and harassment during their application.

5. Asylum: LGBT People
asked by: Dan Carden
... what steps her Department is taking to address the specific experiences and needs of LGBTQ+ asylum seekers and to ensure that LGBTQ+ asylum seekers are not penalised in their asylum applications in the event that they do not reveal their sexual orientation or gender identity immediately upon arrival.

Latest Questions