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Results 121–140 of 5521 for speaker:Caroline Nokes

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration: Windrush Generation (17 Jul 2019)

Caroline Nokes: The Treasury has agreed that payments made under the Windrush Compensation Scheme and the Windrush Urgent and Exceptional Payments Scheme will be disregarded on an extra-statutory basis in the calculation of Universal Credit and other DWP means-tested benefits. Similarly, payments under, or in connection with, the Windrush Compensation scheme will be disregarded in full for 52 weeks from the...

Written Answers — Home Office: UK Visas and Immigration: Staff (17 Jul 2019)

Caroline Nokes: The number of staff who are employed by UK Visas and Immigration in the processing of asylum applications, is not held in a way that can be easily aggregated. To obtain this information would require detailed reporting against multiple cost centres and could only be obtained at disproportionate costs. Decisions on asylum claims are made by decision makers in Asylum Operations. There are...

Previous Business – Lords: Select Committee (16 Jul 2019)

EU Justice Sub-Committee: Brexit: Citizens rights: follow-up. 12:45 pm; Room 3, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: (at 1:00 PM) Rt Hon Caroline Nokes MP, Minister of State for Immigration, Home Office Mr Simon Bond, Director for EU Exit Immigration Strategy, Home Office

Written Answers — Home Office: VFS Global: Complaints (16 Jul 2019)

Caroline Nokes: Our performance against service standard in relation to customer complaints for UKVI can be at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/customer-service- operations-data-may-2019. we do not publish stats on complaints received in relation to individual supplier performance: We are aware that there have been some issues with the VFS document system and UKVI is working with VFS as a priority...

Written Answers — Home Office: Deportation: Human Trafficking (16 Jul 2019)

Caroline Nokes: All confirmed victims of modern slavery who have no right to reside in the UK, or who are seeking or have sought asylum, are entitled to use the Voluntary Return Service funded by the Home Office. Individuals will receive a tailored package of support, which can include flights, help with travel documents, medical assistance and financial and reintegration support. Arrangements for children...

Written Answers — Home Office: Migrant Workers: Domestic Service (16 Jul 2019)

Caroline Nokes: The Immigration Rules governing the Overseas Domestic Worker (ODW) visa are designed to ensure that the worker will not be subject to exploitative working conditions in the UK. ODWs are provided with a bespoke leaflet informing them of their employment rights when they lodge their visa application, before they enter the UK. The Government is currently running a procurement exercise to...

Written Answers — Home Office: Armed Forces: Commonwealth (16 Jul 2019)

Caroline Nokes: All immigration and nationality fees are set within strict financial limits agreed with HM Treasury and Parliament, and are also aligned with clear principles that balance a number of complex factors, including the benefits likely to be accrued. The issue of settlement fees for service personnel and their dependants is a complex matter to which the Home Office is giving careful and ongoing...

Written Answers — Home Office: Dungavel House Immigration Removal Centre (16 Jul 2019)

Caroline Nokes: Information on the number of people detained in Dungavel immigration removal centre (IRC) on the last day of each quarter is available in table dt_12_q of the detention tables in the latest release of ‘Immigration Statistics, year ending March 2019’.

Written Answers — Home Office: Dungavel House Immigration Removal Centre (16 Jul 2019)

Caroline Nokes: The Home Office collects and maintains a range of personal information on immigration detainees on its caseworking databases, including former places of residence, if known. As was explained to the honourable member in response to her question of 10 June, the last known addresses of detainees are not included in the underlying datasets used to produce the Home Office’s published detention...

Written Answers — Home Office: Reagan Wamajji (16 Jul 2019)

Caroline Nokes: All UK Visa applications are considered on their individual merits and in line with the UK Immigration Rules https://www.gov.uk/guidance/immigration-rules/immigration-ru les-appendix-v-visitor-rules which set out the requirements to visit the UK. These requirements apply to all visitors to the UK and the onus is on the applicant to demonstrate that they satisfy the immigration rules. Under...

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Children (16 Jul 2019)

Caroline Nokes: The Home Office publishes data on the number of age disputes raised for main applicants who claim to be children are available, broken down by nationality for each quarter, in table as_10_q (Asylum, volume 3). The latest edition which includes data for 2018 is available at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/immigration-stati stics-year-ending-march-2019/list-of-tables.

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration: Windrush Generation (16 Jul 2019)

Caroline Nokes: There is no target for the time taken to make a decision on a claim submitted under the Windrush compensation scheme. We will aim to award compensation as quickly as possible, but the time it will take to process each claim will depend on the complexity of individual cases.

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration: Windrush Generation (16 Jul 2019)

Caroline Nokes: The Home Office will publish information on the number of claims submitted, number of claims paid and the overall amount paid out by the scheme in due course as part of our regular reporting to HASC. We do not intend to publish information on the time taken between a claim being submitted and a decision being made on that claim.

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration: Windrush Generation (16 Jul 2019)

Caroline Nokes: When an offer of compensation is made the Home Office will write to the claimant setting out the reasons for that decision.

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration: Windrush Generation (16 Jul 2019)

Caroline Nokes: The immigration exemption in the Data Protection Act 2018 is not a blanket exemption and may only be used on a case by case basis where the prejudice test and the proportionality test have been applied. It is not targeted at any individual cohort or schemes.

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration: Windrush Generation (16 Jul 2019)

Caroline Nokes: The Home Office does not intend to keep up a running commentary on payments made. We will publish information on the number of claims submitted, number of claims paid and the overall amount paid out by the scheme in due course as part of our regular reporting to HASC. The criteria used to calculate loss of income are set out in the scheme rules available on gov.uk

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Children (16 Jul 2019)

Caroline Nokes: Child asylum seekers housed in asylum accommodation only if they are part of a family group. Unaccompanied asylum seeking children are housed by the local authorities.

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Children (16 Jul 2019)

Caroline Nokes: The exact information requested is not held centrally and could only be provided at disproportionate cost.

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Children (16 Jul 2019)

Caroline Nokes: The Government ended the routine detention of children in immigration removal centres in 2010. Individuals under the age of 18 are not detained for consideration of their asylum claim. In cases where new information comes to light or concerns are raised, which indicate that a person who has been detained as an adult may be a child, we would seek to release them into the care of local...

Written Answers — Home Office: Sleeping Rough: Oxfordshire (15 Jul 2019)

Caroline Nokes: The Rough Sleeping Support Service does not undertake any enforcement action. It has an administrative role, conducting status checks, identifying cases for prioritisation and ensuring that other parts of the Home Office are able to provide assistance to those who require evidence of their lawful status or assistance in leaving the UK.


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