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Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration
The Chief Inspector invites anyone with relevant knowledge and experience to write to him providing their evidence by 6 March 2019.
The Chief Inspector calls for evidence in relation to his inspection of the Home Office’s visa casework ‘onshoring’ (‘Network consolidation’).
The Chief Inspector calls for evidence in relation to the Home Secretary's commission to report annually on the Home Office’s working of the Adults at Risk process.
Details of completed inspections awaiting publication and active inspections.
The report makes 3 recommendations and focused on how efficiently and effectively the Home Office’s Borders, Immigration and Citizenship System directorates were working with other government departments.
The Home Office accepted all 4 of the Chief Inspector's recommendations.
The report reviewed the Home Office country information on the Democratic Republic of Congo, Iran and Turkey.
Inspectors examined resources, policies, processes and performance in respect of the provision, by the Home Office, of asylum accommodation.
This inspection examined Border Force operations at the seaports of Dover, Newhaven, Portsmouth, Southampton, Poole and Plymouth, and the coverage of smaller ports, harbours and marinas along the south coast.
The ICIBI has published over 130 inspection reports and submitted more than 800 recommendations to the Home Office.
The Chief Inspector is recruiting up to 12 Inspectors at Senior Executive Officer (SEO) level to assist his inspection programme in what is expected to be a very busy period.
On Burma, Iraq, Pakistan, and Zimbabwe.
The Independent Chief Inspector calls for evidence in relation to how the Home Office is tackling illegal working.
The Chief Inspector calls for evidence in relation to his re-inspection of the Home Office’s application of the good character requirement in the case of young persons who apply for registration as British citizens.
The Independent Chief Inspector reviewed the Home Office's progress in implementing the 10 recommendations made in his September 2016 inspection.
THE CALL FOR EVIDENCE IS NOW CLOSED.
The Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration publishes his Annual Report for the period 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018
The Chief Inspector makes 7 recommendations for improvements
The Independent Chief Inspector calls for evidence on the inspection of Home Office's partnership working with other government departments.
Inspection plan for 2018-19 to 2019-20
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