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Guidance: Section 4 review: instruction

Updated: Updated guidance.

UK Visas and Immigration asylum process guidance about how we make decisions.

 
Guidance: Assessing age: instruction

Updated: Link to the age assessment joint working guidance (2015) added.

UK Visas and Immigration asylum process guidance about how we make decisions.

The assessing age asylum instruction is under review. The age assessment joint working guidance (2015) has replaced the joint working protocol (2005) contained in this asylum instruction. This provides guidance on joint working and information sharing between the Home Office and local authorities.

 
Guidance: Detainee custody officer certification

Updated: New DSO version 10/2014.

UK Visas and Immigration detention services order about how detainee custody officer can apply for certification.

 
Guidance: Handling complaints in immigration removal centres

Updated: Updated guidance and attached annex documents.

UK Visas and Immigration detention services order about how it handles complaints in immigration removal centres, short term holding facilities, holding rooms and during escort.

 
Guidance: Assessing destitution: instruction

Updated: Updated guidance.

UK Visas and Immigration asylum process guidance about how we make decisions.

 
Guidance: Assessing destitution

Updated: Archived 'Assessing destitution v2'.

‘Assessing destitution (version 2)’, is no longer in use and was archived on 8 February 2017. The guidance is being updated and will be replaced with a current version soon.

Asylum policy guidance used by UK Visas and Immigration to make decisions on asylum support claims based on destitution.

 
Guidance: Managing detainee’s cash exceeding £1000

Updated: Updated guidance.

UK Visas and Immigration detention service order about its policy for managing detainees’ cash amounts that exceeds £1000.

 
Guidance: Voluntary assisted return and reintegration (VARRP)

Updated: added link to VARRP programme on Choices website

The government can help you return home if you:

  • are an asylum seeker
  • have been refused asylum
  • have been granted discretionary leave to remain

This guidance explains our voluntary assisted return and reintegration programme (VARRP).

 
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