Waiting times for permission applications for judicial review in the Upper Tribunal (IAC)

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Dear Her Majesty’s Courts and the Tribunals Service,

Could you please provide the following statistics:

(1) Waiting Times - the average number of calendar days from lodgement of immigration judicial review claims with the Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) to a paper permission decision paper. This data is requested for the months since June 2015.

and

(2) Waiting Times - the average number of calendar days from lodgement to substantive hearing. This data is requested for the months since June 2015.

Data for previous months was provided in FOI 99638.doc. This request is to ask for more recent data.

Many thanks.

Yours faithfully,

Robert Thomas

UTIAC LondonJR,

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Dear Mr Thomas,

 

Please find attached response to your FOI request, dated 11th January
2016.

 

Kind Regards

Olly Akanwo

UTIAC London JR Team | Upper Tribunal , Immigration and Asylum Chamber |
Field House, 15-25 Breams Building | London  EC4A  1DZ

DX: UTIAC 309301 Strand 6

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