30 November 2010 Child asylum cases
The UK Border Agency has issued a response to Channel 4's Dispatches programme on child asylum cases.
18 November 2010 European Return Fund 2011: call for proposals
The UK Border Agency has announced that the call for proposals for the European Return Fund 2011 is now open.
Today the French and British governments have confirmed their commitment to work closely together to stop illegal migration and tackle abuse of the asylum system.
The UK Border Agency is to resume the enforced return of failed asylum seekers to Zimbabwe.
We are holding two conferences for potential suppliers following the announcement in July 2009 of the launch of the COMPASS project.
As a result of the Supreme Court's judgment in the case of ZO (Somalia), we are obliged to allow failed asylum seekers to apply for permission to work if they have made further submissions which have been outstanding for 12 months or more and the delay is not their fault.
We have published a new settlement application form for refugees and migrants with humanitarian protection whose current five-year permission to stay in the UK is due to expire from August 2010 onwards.
The Supreme Court has ruled that Article 11 of the EU Reception Conditions Directive should apply in some circumstances to failed asylum seekers who have exhausted their appeal rights.
If you are a refugee or you were granted humanitarian protection for five years limited leave to remain (LTR) in August 2005, that leave is due to expire in August 2010.
The UK Border Agency has been informed that Refugee and Migrant Justice have entered administration due to financial difficulties.