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 year (2016) 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,

Ali

UTIAC LondonJR,

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Dear Mr Ali,

 

Please find attached a response to your Freedom of Information request
dated 12th September 2016.

 

Kind Regards

 

Harpreet

 

London JR

Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS)

Field House, 15-25 Breams Buildings, London, EC4A 1DZ

 

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Dear UTIAC LondonJR,

Thank you very much Harpreet.

Yours sincerely,

Ali

UTIAC LondonJR,

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