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This inspection examined the efficiency and effectiveness of the Home Office’s use of sanctions and penalties, specifically those measures designed to encourage compliance with the Immigration Rules.
The inspection focused on staffing, the training, guidance and support available to POs, and any lessons learnt by the Home Office following successful appeals.
Details of completed inspections awaiting publication and active inspections.
This report covers a thematic review of CPIT products that deal with claims based on sexual orientation and gender identity or expression.
The inspection examined the Home Office’s identification and handling of migrants first encountered away from a port of entry, having entered the UK concealed in a commercial vehicle, and those migrants seeking to cross the …
The inspection focused on how well the language needs of asylum applicants were being met but the findings will have a wider relevance. The Home Office accepted all three of the recommendations.
The inspection looked at how the various long-running resettlement schemes had performed up to March 2020, and what lessons the Home Office should be taking forward into any new scheme.
The Chief Inspector's report on the efficiency and effectiveness of the Home Office’s management of family reunion applications.
The ICIBI's Annual Report for the business year 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020 has been laid in Parliament.
The Independent Chief Inspector invites anyone with knowledge and experience of UKVI’s ‘Front End Services’ to submit their evidence for his forthcoming inspection.
The Independent Chief Inspector is inviting anyone with knowledge and experience of the Home Office’s treatment of vulnerable individuals in immigration detention to write to him with their evidence.
The Independent Chief Inspector invites anyone with knowledge and experience of the Home Office’s use of ePassport Gates to submit their evidence for his forthcoming inspection.
The Chief Inspector invites anyone with knowledge and experience of the Home Office’s Asylum Casework to submit evidence for his next inspection.
The IAGCI invites tenders to evaluate the UK Home Office Country Information Products on El Salvador and Sudan. Please submit your tender by the by close of Wednesday 19 August 2020.
The Chief Inspector invites anyone with knowledge and experience of the Home Office’s freight operations to submit evidence for his next inspection.
This inspection followed up on two earlier inspections of complaints handling by the Home Office’s Borders, Immigration and Citizenship System (BICS): ‘An inspection of the Handling of Complaints and MPs’ Correspondence’, pu…
The Chief Inspector invites anyone with knowledge and experience of the Home Office’s EU Settlement Scheme to submit evidence for his next inspection.
Building on inspections conducted in 2015 and 2017 this inspection looked again at the Section 16 ‘tests’ as defined in the 2014 Immigration Bill.
The recruitment process for the new Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration has opened.
Following on from Stephen Shaw's reviews of the welfare in detention of vulnerable persons in 2016 and 2018, the then Home Secretary commissioned the Chief Inspector to report on “whether and how the Adults at Risk poli…
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