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EEA2 processing time

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From: Michelli

11 January 2013

Dear UK Border Agency,

I would like to request up to date information about the processing
times of EEA2 applications. Your website does not give any
information about processing times apart from a general statement
of efforts to speed up the process and it takes most of the time
around 6 months.
Please inform me about average processing times in the last 6
months (approved or rejected) and the share of applications which
took longer than 6 months.

Yours faithfully,

Michelli Davila

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From: Freedom Of Information Team ( IND )
UK Border Agency

14 January 2013

Dear Michelli Davila

Thank you for your recent email concerning the above matter.

We are dealing with your enquiry and will respond shortly.

Ref: 25855

Kind Regards,

UKBA
FOI Team

-----Original Message-----
From: Michelli [mailto:[FOI #145251 email]]
Sent: 11 January 2013 14:41
To: Freedom Of Information Team ( IND )
Subject: 25855: Freedom of Information request - EEA2 processing time

Dear UK Border Agency,

I would like to request up to date information about the processing
times of EEA2 applications. Your website does not give any
information about processing times apart from a general statement
of efforts to speed up the process and it takes most of the time
around 6 months.
Please inform me about average processing times in the last 6
months (approved or rejected) and the share of applications which
took longer than 6 months.

Yours faithfully,

Michelli Davila

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From: Freedom Of Information Team ( IND )
UK Border Agency

15 January 2013

Dear Michelli Davila,

Further to your below request.

Section 1(3) of the Freedom of Information Act provides that a public authority need not comply with a request for information unless any further information reasonably required to identify and locate the information is supplied. I am unclear about the exact scope of the information in which you are interested. To ensure that we provide you with the right information, please could you clarify your request, so that we can process your request.

Could you provide a specific timeframe that you require your request to cover.

When you provide this information we will aim to send you a full response to your request within twenty working days of its receipt. I look forward to hearing from you shortly. However, please note that if I do not receive appropriate clarification of your request within three months from the date of this letter, I will consider this request to be closed.

Regards,

FOI team

-----Original Message-----
From: Michelli [mailto:[FOI #145251 email]]
Sent: 11 January 2013 14:41
To: Freedom Of Information Team ( IND )
Subject: 25855: Freedom of Information request - EEA2 processing time

Dear UK Border Agency,

I would like to request up to date information about the processing
times of EEA2 applications. Your website does not give any
information about processing times apart from a general statement
of efforts to speed up the process and it takes most of the time
around 6 months.
Please inform me about average processing times in the last 6
months (approved or rejected) and the share of applications which
took longer than 6 months.

Yours faithfully,

Michelli Davila

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From: Michelli

24 March 2013

Dear Freedom Of Information Team ( IND ),

I would like to know if there is any reason why applications from
October 2012 is delay, I have seen people who applied in January
2013 and already got their RC??

Yours sincerely,

Michelli

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From: Freedom Of Information Team ( IND )
UK Border Agency

24 March 2013

Thank you for contacting the UK Border Agency Freedom of Information Team.

The Freedom of Information (FoI) Act 2000 provides public access to any
recorded information held by public authorities
If you have submitted a valid FoI request, we will acknowledge your
request within 24 hours, and aim to provide the information requested
within 20 working days as specified under the FoI Act.

The Act does not give people access to their own personal data
(information about themselves). If you require information that a public
authority holds about you, you must make a Subject Access Request under
the Data Protection Act 1998. You can find further details on how to do
make a Subject Access Request by following the link below:
http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/naviga...

We are unable to respond to other types of immigration enquiries or
general correspondence. For further information please visit our
comprehensive website at www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk. If you have submitted
a general enquiry, a further message answering our most frequently asked
questions will be sent to you by our public enquiries department shortly.

Alternatively you can contact the UK Border Agency (UKBA) Immigration
Enquiry Bureau (IEB) on: Telephone: 0870 606 7766

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From: Freedom Of Information Team ( IND )
UK Border Agency

26 March 2013

Dear Michelli Davila

Thank you for your recent email concerning the above matter.

We are dealing with your enquiry and will respond shortly.

Ref: 26934

Kind Regards,

UKBA
FOI Team

-----Original Message-----
From: Michelli [mailto:[FOI #145251 email]]
Sent: 24 March 2013 14:14
To: Freedom Of Information Team ( IND )
Subject: 26934 Freedom of Information request - EEA2 processing time

Dear Freedom Of Information Team ( IND ),

I would like to know if there is any reason why applications from
October 2012 is delay, I have seen people who applied in January
2013 and already got their RC??

Yours sincerely,

Michelli

-----Original Message-----

Dear Michelli Davila,

Further to your below request.

Section 1(3) of the Freedom of Information Act provides that a
public authority need not comply with a request for information
unless any further information reasonably required to identify and
locate the information is supplied. I am unclear about the exact
scope of the information in which you are interested. To ensure
that we provide you with the right information, please could you
clarify your request, so that we can process your request.

Could you provide a specific timeframe that you require your
request to cover.

When you provide this information we will aim to send you a full
response to your request within twenty working days of its receipt.
I look forward to hearing from you shortly. However, please note
that if I do not receive appropriate clarification of your request
within three months from the date of this letter, I will consider
this request to be closed.

Regards,

FOI team

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From: NW Region FOI
UK Border Agency

9 October 2013


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Please find attached a response to your enquiry made under the Freedom of
Information Act 2000.  I am sorry for the delay in replying.

 

Kind Regards

 

NW FOI Team

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