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Immigration: Tribunals

Volume 477: debated on Thursday 12 June 2008

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what the average number of cases presented in asylum and immigration tribunals by each of her Department’s presenting officers was in 2007. (209079)

Information on the average number of cases presented by a presenting officer is not available. However, a full-time presenting officer is expected to go to court 11 days per month and present a scheduled list of cases on each of those days. Depending on the different types of cases listed (asylum, managed migration, entry clearance) and the time they take to be heard, the number to be presented can vary from one to eight per day.