Guidance

ICIBI expectations for inspection

The expectations form the starting point for ICIBI inspections.

Documents

ICIBI’s ‘expectations’ of asylum, immigration, nationality and customs functions

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Details

The inspection expectations replace the criteria to form the starting point for all ICIBI inspections. Inspectors will look for evidence of, and test each of them, before examining any additional areas that are specific to the inspection in question.

The expectations are intended to be helpful not just to ICIBI inspectors, but also to the Home Office and others responsible for delivering these functions, as well as to anyone who encounters them and to other stakeholders. To that end, they are written in plain English, and no specialist knowledge of the borders and immigration system or of inspecting is required to interpret them.

Published 2 November 2018