National Statistics

Control of Immigration: statistics United Kingdom 2009

Contains annual statistics for 2009 on border control and visas, asylum, enforcement & compliance, and managed migration.

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Control of Immigration: Statistics United Kingdom 2009

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Control of Immigration: Statistics United Kingdom 2009 data tables

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Control of Immigration: Statistics United Kingdom 2009 supplementary data tables

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Home Office Statistical Bulletin 15/10 contains annual statistics for 2009 on border control and visas, asylum (applications, initial decisions, appeals, supported asylum seekers), enforcement & compliance, and managed migration.

Before 2008, data on the control of immigration were published in two separate bulletins: Control of Immigration: Statistics United Kingdom, published in the form of a Command Paper concentrating on border control, enforcement and compliance and managed migration; and Asylum Statistics United Kingdom.