Home Office: Border and Immigration Agency The New Asylum Model: swifter decisions - faster removals (2006)
The Border and Immigration Agency is a new executive agency of the Home Office. The Agency assumes the responsibilities of the Immigration and Nationality Directorate (IND) for managing immigration control in the UK. (April 2007)
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ICAR: New Asylum Model
The Government is introducing a new end-to-end process for dealing with asylum applications. This involves dividing them into categories according to the type of claim. Each application is then handled by a single Case Owner through to the completion of the case. All new asylum applications are due to be dealt with in this way by April 2007.
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Refugee Council: New asylum model (NAM)
Overview and implications of the Government's new asylum model [March 2007]
This updated briefing presents an outline of the new asylum model and discusses its implementation to date, and outlines its strengths and our concerns.
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The Border and Immigration Agency (BIA): Applying for Asylum
This site includes information on:
Appeals, Application forms, Asylum, Asylum support, British nationality, EEA/EU Nationals, General caseworking, Group travel, IRIS, Making an application, Return of passports, Right of abode, Travel documents.
Plus links to Law and Policy; Coming to the UK.
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Immigration Law Practitioners' Association
Information on the New Asylum Model.
Click on latest news in top right hand corner and then on New Asylum Model.
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