Spouse Visa Statistics 2013/14

U Karki made this Freedom of Information request to Home Office

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Dear Home Office,

I need the following information under the Freedom of Information
Act. Please provide this data categorized in a monthly basis and
not just the total.

1. Number of spouse visa applications processed in New Delhi in
2014
2. Number of refusals for spouse visa applications processed in New
Delhi in 2014
3. Number of appeals overturned at ECM level and number of appeals
overturned in the court, of all the spouse visa cases processed in
New Delhi in 2014.

Yours faithfully,
U Karki

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Dear U Karki

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Dear Sir,

 

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Kind regards

FOI team

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