Data are collected centrally and published showing the number of applications refused on non-compliance grounds as a whole. This is not broken down into specific reasons for non-compliance. This information could be obtained only at a disproportionate cost. However, anecdotal evidence suggests that the main reasons for refusing an asylum claim on non-compliance grounds are:
1. Failure to attain the screening interview;
2. Failure to return or late return of the statement of evidence form (SEF);
3. Failure to attend or late attendance at an asylum interview.