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Immigration and Asylum Tribunal of the First-tier Chamber, Salaried Immigration Judge

The Judicial Appointments Commission is looking to select up to 21 new Judges to join the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal at a variety of locations across England and Wales.

Sitting alone or as a member of a panel of Judges including lay members, you will hear appeals against decisions on asylum, immigration and nationality matters. The roles require a high level of skill and experience in dealing with cases of legal and factual complexity while maintaining high standards of case management.

Salaried part-time working is available.

Number of vacancies: up to 21
Locations: throughout England and Wales
Salary: £102,921 (plus £4,000 London allowance)
Reference: 00459

Application deadline: noon on 28 January 2010

You can obtain an application form and information pack, including full eligibility details and options for part-time working, on the right hand side of this page, or by telephoning 020 3334 0123.


The independent Judicial Appointments Commission selects candidates for judicial office on merit, through open and fair competition, from the widest range of eligible candidates.