The UK Border Agency have interpreted the question as asking for the number of asylum applications which were made before
The number of outstanding asylum applications which were made since the introduction of the new Asylum model (NAM) in 2006 and prior to
|Number of asylum applications( 1)||Number of cases yet to reach conclusion( 2)|
|(1) Numbers for Asylum Applications are from migration statistics published stats. |
(2) Please note that figures quoted are internal management information only and are subject to change. This information has not been quality assured under National Statistics protocols. This figure is the total number of unconcluded out of service standard cases. Cases within a six month period are considered in standard and therefore considered as work in progress, they are not considered to be outstanding applications.
The above figure (40,640) does not include cases being dealt with by the Case Resolution Directorate (CRD)(1).
(1) This is because the Agency is unable to accurately report on these outstanding cases. As reported in February 2010 to the Home Affairs Select Committee, 52 per cent. of the concluded cases were data errors and required no further action. Therefore, any such report would be unable to accurately represent CRD cases with outstanding applications.