Waiting times for permission applications for judicial review in the Upper Tribunal (IAC)
Dear Her Majesty’s Courts and the Tribunals Service,
Could you please supply me with the following information, points 1-3 below, for each month from April to June 2016. Many thanks.
1, the average number of calendar days from lodgement of immigration judicial review claims in the Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) to a paper permission decision.
2, the average number of calendar days from lodgement of immigration judicial review claims in the Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) to an oral permission decision.
3, the average number of calendar days from lodgement of immigration judicial review claims in the Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) to a substantive decision.
Thanks for your help.
Dear Mr Thomas,
Please find attached response to your Freedom of Information request dated 7th September 2016.
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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