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Please note that from 15 February 2010 all references to the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal (AIT) in these leaflets should be read as Tribunal Service – Immigration and Asylum. The Tribunals Service is undertaking a review of all leaflets in 2010 and these will be updated in due course.

Also note that the leaflet "Guide to Appeals" that is mentioned in Hearing Centre leaflets is no longer available.

You are welcome to visit the hearing centre before your hearing. Please call the Customer Service Centre for details of public access to the Hearing centre or the hearing rooms.

You should arrive at the tribunal centre at least 20 minutes before your hearing time. Snacks, sandwiches and meals are available from nearby shops and restaurants. Alternatively, you may want to bring your own food. Please ask at reception and they will direct you to the nearest shops and advise you of the areas in the centre where you may eat. Please note that we do not allow hot food to be consumed on the premises (unless an onsite restaurant has been provided).

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Leaflet Amendment:
Bus numbers 73 and 74 no longer stop at the hearing centre. Bus number 64 leaves the station every 60 minutes. You can also take the number 9 bus from Newport Bus Station to Langstone Business Park. Ask the driver to stop at the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal. This bus runs at 9.05 and 9.35 from the bus station to Langstone Business Park and at 13 minutes past and 43 minutes to the hour from Langstone Business Park back to Newport Bus Station. The Pensions Appeal Tribunal no longer have a suite at Columbus House.