Independent report

An inspection of administrative review processes

The ICIBI's report on administrative review processes, introduced following the 2014 Immigration Act.

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An inspection of the administrative review processes introduced following the 2014 Immigration Act

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Administrative reviews was introduced as part of the 2014 Immigration Act. They were designed to provide a cost effective mechanism for resolving immigration case working errors, replacing the right of appeal to the Immigration and Asylum Tribunal.

In response to concerns of MPs and peers about the effectiveness and independence of the proposed new process, within a year of the legislation coming into force, the Home Secretary commissioned a report by the Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration.

This report deals directly with those concerns.

Published 26 May 2016