The Independent Chief Inspector invites anyone with knowledge and experience of the interaction between the UK immigration system and the higher education sector to submit evidence to inform an inspection of this area.
Following Stephen Shaw’s 2016 and 2018 reviews of the welfare in detention of vulnerable persons, the then Home Secretary commissioned the Chief Inspector to report on “whether and how the Adults at Risk policy is making a difference”. This is the second of those reports.
The Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration (ICIBI) is conducting a survey to gather views on how it can better target inspections and how its engagement with stakeholders could be improved.
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What Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration does
The Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration monitors and reports on the efficiency and effectiveness of the immigration, asylum, nationality and customs functions carried out by the Home Secretary and by officials and others on her behalf. The Chief Inspector is a public appointee and independent from government, his reports are laid before Parliament.
ICIBI is an independent monitoring body of the Home Office.
In line with Government Covid 19 advice to work from home where possible, the Chief Inspector and his staff are not currently based at Globe House. Please ensure you contact us via email only as conventional mail will not be opened and processed until staff return to office based working.
Please note the Chief Inspector and his staff are not part of the Home Office or the UK Immigration or customs system and cannot give advice or assistance on any immigration or customs issue or application. We are not able to advise of any direct contact details for the Home Office other than the general contact number of 020 7035 4848.
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