Permission to Appeal to Court of Appeal

Mary Anne made this Freedom of Information request to Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service

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The request was refused by Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service.

Dear Her Majesty’s Courts and the Tribunals Service,

Could please provide me with the numbers of permission to appeal to Court of Appeal or
the Court of Session applications currently awaiting consideration before the
Upper Tribunal (IAC) at the moment?

Could you kindly state the current waiting for these applications? How long has
the longest application been outstanding before the Upper Tribunal?

Yours faithfully,
Yours faithfully,

Mary Anne

Sagoe, Paul,

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Paul Sagoe
Delivery Manager
Upper Tribunal, Immigration and Asylum Chamber (UTIAC)
Field House, 15-25 Breams Buildings, London, EC4A 1DZ
Tel: 020 7073 4269  Email: [1][email address]
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