Automation of process of moving refused RoA cases into the MRP
Dear Home Office,
The Independent Chief Inspector's report of February 2020 noted that, 'towards the end of 2017', the Home Office found that a 'small number' of failed right to abode applicants had been automatically referred for consideration of enforcement action, despite the individual having been in the UK for a considerable number of years (see https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk... at p.5-6).
Please provide the following information:
(1) How many cases were automatically referred for consideration for enforcement action as a result?
(2) How many of these cases involved Windrush individuals?
(3) How many of these individuals were detained, deported or subject to any other enforcement action as a result?
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Dear Jack Maxwell,
Thank you for contacting the Home Office with your request.
This has been assigned to a caseworker (case ref 61541). We will aim to send you a full response by 07/01/2021 which is twenty working days from the date we received your request.
Dear Mr Maxwell
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