Transparency data

Asylum transparency data: February 2018

Data on UK Visas and Immigration asylum activities.

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Asylum transparency data: February 2018

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This document contains data on:

  • status of the OLCU 41K cohort of pre-March 2007 unconcluded people previously owned by case resolution directorate (CRD)
  • breakdown of the status of the OLCU 41K cohort of pre-March 2007 unconcluded people previously owned by case resolution directorate (CRD)
  • breakdown of the status of the people transferred out of the OLCU 41K cohort
  • breakdown of additional records identified of pre-March 2007 unconcluded people previously owned by case resolution directorate (CRD)
  • appeal representation rate
  • the volume of oral hearings represented by the home office divided by the total number of oral hearings the decision quality percentage of decisions sampled
  • asylum work in progress
  • breakdown of asylum costs and productivity
  • breakdown of cases concluded in 6 months by gender
  • breakdown of cases concluded in 12 months by gender
  • breakdown of cases concluded in 36 months by gender
  • breakdown of cases removed in 12 months by gender
  • breakdown of asylum claimants granted asylum after previously having been refused asylum and removed
  • percentage of asylum applications processed within service standards
  • age of asylum initial decision work in progress - applications made from 1 October 2006
  • applications for support section 4 and section 95
  • travel documents, applications raised and despatched
  • transfers under the National Transfer Scheme
Published 22 February 2018