Results 161–180 of 3427 for speaker:Caroline Nokes

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration Controls: Airports (11 Sep 2018)

Caroline Nokes: The Home Office publishes quarterly transparency data on the proportion of passengers cleared at the border within published service standards. Performance data is not published in respect of individual ports.

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration Controls: Airports (11 Sep 2018)

Caroline Nokes: Border Force engages with key stakeholders, across sectors, on a variety of subjects on a regular basis, this includes performance at the border.

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration Controls: Airports (11 Sep 2018)

Caroline Nokes: Border Force is taking a number of steps to ensure passengers are dealt with quickly, including through investment in technology. We regularly review the impact of new technology at the border and the effect seen on passenger flows to ensure that genuine passengers move through the border as quickly and effectively as possible. Since their introduction in 2008 ePassport gates have processed...

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration Controls: Airports (11 Sep 2018)

Caroline Nokes: Border Force will be working with the Air Operators Association Report to discuss the issues raised and will continue to work with industry to deliver a good service at the UK Border As set out in DfT’s Next Steps to an Aviation Strategy, we are considering whether there are any additional or alternative funding models that could be introduced to improve the service for passengers at...

Written Answers — Home Office: Visas: Turkey (11 Sep 2018)

Caroline Nokes: New Immigration Rules were announced on 15 June that enable Turkish business persons, workers and their family members who are in the UK under the European Communities Association Agreement (ECAA) to apply for indefinite leave to remain (ILR). The new rules which took effect from 6 July, mean that Turkish workers and business persons can now apply to settle in the UK after five years’...

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration (11 Sep 2018)

Caroline Nokes: Where a decision is taken to grant leave, documents will be returned in accordance with current processes. These processes act as a checklist to ensure that relevant documents are collected and returned in a timely manner. Home Office officials have worked with Royal Mail to ensure the process to return documents is secure and timely. Section 17 of the Asylum & Immigration (Treatment of...

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration: Low Incomes (11 Sep 2018)

Caroline Nokes: The Home Office does not provide direct financial support for people applying for indefinite leave to remain. However, no fee is payable for Indefinite Leave to Remain children in Local Authority care and children are also eligible for fee waivers in a set of specified Human Rights cases.

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Liverpool (11 Sep 2018)

Caroline Nokes: The Home Office continue to provide accommodation and support to those failed asylum seekers and their dependents who are temporarily unable to leave the UK because of a practical or legal obstacle through the Section 4 provisions. Information on numbers of cases who have been refused S4 support broken down by area of the UK, is unavailable and could be produced only at a disproportionate...

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration: Windrush Generation (11 Sep 2018)

Caroline Nokes: The Home Office has been working with departments across Government to introduce additional safeguards to ensure members of the Windrush generation can access services and are not impacted by measures designed to prevent illegal migration. This includes strengthening our immigration status checking enquiry services to ensure potential Windrush cases are referred to the taskforce so their...

Written Answers — Home Office: Members: Correspondence (11 Sep 2018)

Caroline Nokes: I apologise for the delay in responding to your letters of 21 June 2018. As you are aware, the Home Office is required to respond to correspondence within 20 working days; however, given the complexities of your constituent’s case, it was not possible to provide a full reply within that timeframe. A response is in hand and a substantive reply will be sent within the week.

Written Answers — Home Office: Home Office: Written Questions (11 Sep 2018)

Caroline Nokes: The response for UIN 143223 was answered on the 13 August 2018.

Written Answers — Home Office: Deportation: Zimbabwe (11 Sep 2018)

Caroline Nokes: The number of enforced returns from the UK to Zimbabwe is published in table rt_05 (returns data tables, volume 5) in ‘Immigration Statistics, year ending June 2018’, available from the GOV.uk website at: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachm ent_data/file/734186/returns5-jun-2018-tables.ods The term 'deportations' refers to a legally-defined subset of...

Written Answers — Home Office: Deportation: Zimbabwe (11 Sep 2018)

Caroline Nokes: All asylum and human rights claims from Zimbabwean nationals are carefully considered on their individual merits in accordance with our international obligations. Each individual assessment is made against the background of the latest available country of origin information and any relevant caselaw. These are reflected in country policy and information notes, which are published on the gov.uk...

Written Answers — Home Office: British Nationality: Republic of Ireland (11 Sep 2018)

Caroline Nokes: An Irish citizen whose parent was born in Ireland prior to 1949 would be a British citizen at birth if they were born in the UK before 1983; or born in the UK thereafter at a time when their parent was ordinarily resident here. If born outside of the UK after 1949, they would be a British citizen only where their parent retained an ongoing ability to pass on British nationality. Where the...

Written Answers — Home Office: Visas: Young People (11 Sep 2018)

Caroline Nokes: The Tier 5 Youth Mobility Scheme enables nationals from participating countries to work and stay in the UK for up to two years. British Nationals (Overseas) are eligible to apply under these arrangements. The scheme is temporary and therefore does not lead to settlement.

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Finance (11 Sep 2018)

Caroline Nokes: Newly recognised refugees can continue to claim asylum support for a further 28 days after the grant of their status. There are no plans to extend this period. The grant of refugee status means refugees are eligible to apply for mainstream benefits. If they would like assistance with the application an early appointment at a local job centre is arranged for them. This process is designed to...

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Interpreters (11 Sep 2018)

Caroline Nokes: All asylum interviews are carried out by an impartial interviewing officer. All interpreters engaged by the Home Office must demonstrate they have the required skills and qualifications. They must also:be a full member of the National Register of Public Services Interpreters (NRPSI), orhold a Diploma in Public Services Interpreting (DPSI) (Law) or a letter of Credit in all oral components...

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Advisory Services (11 Sep 2018)

Caroline Nokes: The Home Office has provided grant-funding on a national level to Migrant Help for the provision of independent advice to asylum seekers since April 2014.

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Interviews (11 Sep 2018)

Caroline Nokes: All asylum claimants have the opportunity to be legally represented during the consideration of their asylum claim; the Legal Aid Agency ensures that legal aid funding is provided to those who need it. Free independent guidance is available to claimants provided by Migrant Help, including on finding legal representation. The straightforward nature of the screening interview means that...

Written Answers — Home Office: Passports: Windrush Generation (11 Sep 2018)

Caroline Nokes: British citizens must pay for a passport and it would not be fair to existing British citizens to provide a free passport to those applying for British Citizenship under the Windrush Scheme.


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