Immigration: Reviews:Written question - 249360

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Asked by Afzal Khan
(Manchester, Gorton)
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Asked on: 30 April 2019
Home Office
Immigration: Reviews
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To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many reviews his Department is undertaking into immigration issues; and what the topic is of each of those reviews.
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Answered by: Caroline Nokes
Answered on: 07 May 2019

The Home Office is conducting a number of reviews across the immigration system, including, the Wendy Williams lessons learned review, the forward-looking Borders, Immigration and Citizenship System review and Darra Singh’s assessment of the Home Office’s response to the use of DNA evidence in immigration cases.

It is important that we reflect very closely on our policies and our rules to ensure we have an immigration system that provides control but is also fair and humane. Therefore at any time, as a matter of routine, the Home Office will be reviewing aspects of the performance and operation of the immigration system.

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