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Transparency data: HMPO transparency data: November 2017

This document contains data on:

  • passport application volumes of cashiered intake by month
 
Guidance: EU asylum, migration and integration fund activities

The asylum, migration and integration fund (AMIF) is an EU fund designed to help member states to manage migration. The funding is managed by the UK Responsible Authority which is based in the Home Office European Funding Team.

This document lists the individual projects funded by AMIF in the UK from its start date to July 2017 and includes:

  • the name of the project
  • who is operating the project
  • the project summary
  • the amount of the AMIF allocation
  • project dates

AMIF also has a na...

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Policy paper: Response to an inspection report on the Home Office's asylum intake and casework

The Home Office’s response to the Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration’s report ‘An Inspection of the Home Office’s Asylum Intake and Casework’, including achievements and recommendations for improvement.

 
FOI release: Rule 35, detention centre rules: quality analysis report

Rule 35 of the statutory Detention Centre Rules 2001 (SI 238/2001) requires doctors working in immigration removal centres (IRCs) to report to the Home Office concerning any detainee about whom they have health-related concerns.

The quality analysis team audited a random sample of 60 cases in which Rule 35 reports were completed between January and March 2014. The purpose was to assess the extent to which the instructions in the Detention Rule 35 Process Instruction and Read more...

 
News story: Government doubles exceptional talent visa offer

As part of its ongoing commitment to welcome talented people from across the globe, and in recognition of the importance of these innovative industries to the UK, the number of visas available through the Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) route is increasing from 1,000 to 2,000 a year.

This will ensure that more highly skilled people who enhance the UK’s economy can come to, and work in, this country. It is a further demonstration of the government’s dedication to the global mobility of individuals who will help make sure that the UK remains at the forefront of these world-leading industries...

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Collection: Historical background information on nationality (nationality guidance)

This section contains guidance on historical background information on nationality.

 
Collection: British nationals overseas (nationality guidance)

This section contains guidance on British nationals overseas.

 
Collection: British protected persons (nationality guidance)

This section contains guidance on British protected persons.

 
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