BRP Card Latest waiting times

Euan McCutcheon made this Freedom of Information request to Home Office

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Dear Home Office,
Can you share the statistics showing the latest average processing
lead time between application received and BRP card sent for the
following 3 types of BRP card:
1. BRP (TOC)
2. BRP (NTL)
3. BRP (RC)?

We would like to know namely the average waiting period for each 1.
- 3. based on the application by post.

Yours faithfully,

Euan McCutcheon

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Dear Euan McCutcheon

 

Please see attached a response to your FOI request of 8 December.

 

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