Dear Home Office,
I write in reference to the RDS information supplied at the following link: http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/publication...
I note that on sheet se.01 (or elsewhere) that there is no information provided on the number of refusals of settlement applications, only grants.
Accordingly, please provide by calendar years (2000-2010) the numser of settlement applications that were refused. If you feel - and provide rationale - that s.12 limits will be exceeded please provide as much information as possible within the statutory cost limits.
I would also request that in the interests of public transparency this information is henceforth included in your (otherwise excellent) RDS publication scheme.
Dear Mr Stephen Peach
Thank you for your email below.
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Freedom of Information Team
Thank you for your recent enquiry.
I have attached a table showing the available statistics on refusals of
applications for settlement in the United Kingdom, 2000 to 2010.
Please note that there is a break in the time series. Data from 2005 have
been sourced directly from published statistics and include dependants.
Data prior to this are a subset of published data and relate to main
Settlement refusals by nationality for 2009 and 2010 were published in
table se.03 (column AR) in the latest immigration statistics release.
Future releases will see further back dated datasets added to this table
to provide a longer time series.
I hope this is useful.
Home Office Science
( Phone: 020 8760 2119
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