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Transparency data: Independent Office for Police Conduct: February 2018

This document contains data on:

  • police complaints submitted
 
Transparency data: Home Office: February 2018

This document contains data on:

  • reports of immigration and commodity abuse
  • controlled drugs and precursor chemicals: domestic licences issued
  • controlled drugs and precursor chemicals: import and export licences issued
  • domestic licensing compliance visits (controlled drugs)
  • biometric residence permits: replacements
 
Transparency data: HM Passport Office: February 2018

This document contains data on:

  • number of orders for official copies of birth, adoption, death, marriage and civil partnership certificates
  • processing adoption orders and providing a new birth certificate
  • applications for the authorisation of corrections to birth, death, marriage, civil partnership or still-birth registrations
  • applications for access to birth records for adopted adults
  • applications to authorise people to register marriages
  • applications to reduce 28-day notice period for marriage or civil partnership
  • applications to review foreign divorces and foreig...
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Transparency data: Gangmaster and Labour Abuse Authority: February 2018

This document contains data on:

  • online applications and renewals of licenses to supply labourers for farms and packhouses
 
Transparency data: HMPO transparency data: February 2018

This document contains data on:

  • passport application volumes of cashiered intake by month
 
Guidance: Interim operation guidance: discretionary leave for victims of modern slavery

This guidance is for all caseworkers in UK Visas and Immigration and Immigration Enforcement considering whether to grant discretionary leave to remain to victims of modern slavery.

 
Guidance: Asylum support: section 4(2) policy

This guidance covers:

  • overview of support
  • eligibility test and applicant’s duties
  • additional services or facilities
 
Guidance: Asylum support: section 4(1) handling transitional cases

Asylum seekers temporarily admitted to the UK may be supported under section 4(1) of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 if they meet certain eligibility criteria.

Section 4(1) of the 1999 act was repealed on 15 January 2018 by the Immigration Act 2016, but anyone supported on it at that time continues to be eligible to receive it under transitional arrangements, unless and until a later decision is made that they are no longer eligible to receive it.

This guidance covers background and legislative provisions.

 
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