You can submit new evidence if your asylum claim has been refused or withdrawn and you have no more right to appeal. This is called a ‘further submission’.
The new evidence must be something that you did not have until now.
You can be prosecuted and forced to leave the UK if you give false evidence.
You can only submit new evidence if you’ve been through every available appeal process.
You cannot submit new evidence from outside the UK.
Submit your evidence
You must submit your evidence in person at one of the following Further Submissions Units (FSU) unless you have permission to send it by post:
Call the FSU to make an appointment.
Download and fill in the further submissions form. Bring this with you to your appointment.
You must also bring all the following documents (if you have them) to prove your identity:
- valid passport
- IS96 or Bail 201 with photograph
- previous immigration status document
- driving licence (if you’ve already submitted a photo of yourself)
You may be held in detention or forced to leave the UK if your further submissions are refused.
Get permission to send by post
Email or send a letter to the FSU to ask for permission to submit evidence by post.
You’ll only get permission if you’re:
- disabled or ill and unable to travel
- in prison or in detention
- an unaccompanied asylum-seeking child
Send proof that you’re eligible when you submit your new evidence.
Refused Case Management Further Submissions Unit
The Capital Building
Old Hall Street