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The Home Office publishes quarterly figures on asylum applications and initial decisions (including grants) within the Immigration Statis
As part of the process for leaving the EU and dealing with its impacts on various sectors, the Home Secretary will continue to work close
There are no current plans to change the law to enable councils in England to operate combined registration districts.
We are committed to making the Dublin Regulation work effectively and will take responsibility for an asylum claimant from another Member
We have spent no money promoting a proposed points-based immigration system for non-EU nationals.
The Home Office carefully considers all asylum claims on their individual merits, including claims based on religious persecution.
The UK passport is changed every five years for security reasons.
The UK has not opted in to any of the EU relocation proposals.
The overarching purpose of the COMPASS Inspection Regime is to ensure that the accommodation provided is safe, habitable, fit for purpose