Waiting times for permission application for judicial review in the immigration and asylum chamber

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Dear Her Majesty’s Courts and the Tribunals Service,

Could you please provide the statistics available for most recent 3 years in relation to the average waiting times of written and oral permission applications for judicial review lodged with the Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber).

Yours faithfully,

A Maqsood

Imam, Nasser,

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Dear A Maqsood,

Please find attached a response to your Freedom of Information request dated 16th August 2015.

Nasser Imam

Band E - Judicial Review Correspondence and Enquiries Team

Upper Tribunal, Immigration and Asylum Chamber (UTIAC).
Field House, 15 -25 Breams Buildings, London, EC4A 1DZ

DX: UTIAC 309301 Strand 6

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Robert Thomas left an annotation ()

This is interesting data. Thanks for requesting it. I have an interest in immigration JRs in the UTIAC. I had not thought of the timeliness. It would be interesting to know about oral permission renewal decisions also.
Robert Thomas