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Home Office's capacity to deliver immigration services examined

10 October 2017

The Home Affairs Committee examines the impact of Brexit on the Home Office's immigration services.

Witnesses

Tuesday 10 October 2017, Wilson Room, Portcullis House

At 2.30pm

  • John Vine CBE QPM, former Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration
  • David Wood, former Director General of Immigration Enforcement, Home Office

At 3.15pm

  • Danielle Cohen, Danielle Cohen Immigration Law Solicitors
  • Ian Robinson, Partner, Fragomen LLP
  • Colin Yeo, Garden Court Chambers

Purpose of the session

In this session, the Committee explores:

  • The current capacity of the Home Office to deliver immigration services effectively
  • Its ability to deliver accurate and timely decisions within its available resources
  • The potential impact of Brexit on the Department’s ability to provide effective services in the future.

Further information

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