Posted on August 10, 2017

Last updated on July 11, 2022
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  1. The Hong Kong British National (Overseas) Visa Inspection has been sent to the Home Secretary for publication.

  2. The Chief Inspector has today sent the Home Secretary his report on an inspection of the use of hotels to house unaccompanied asylum-seeking children (UASC).

  3. David Neill, the Independent Chief Inspector of Border and Immigration Services, has launched three new inspections: – Brief re-inspection of Napier Barracks – Inspection of the use of hotels for unaccompanied asylum-seeking children – Inspection of electronic GPS monitoring of foreign nationals

  4. On Thursday 24 February 2022, the Chief Inspector’s report on the inspection of the initial processing of migrants arriving by small boat at Tug Haven was sent to the Home Secretary.

  5. The Independent Chief Inspector of Border and Immigration Services has submitted to the Home Secretary his report on an inspection of the Home Office’s use of emergency accommodation.

  6. Update – The ICIBI report, following an inspection of the effectiveness of the Border Force’s role in Project Kraken in small seaports, has been handed over to the Home Secretary.

  7. The Chief Inspector’s report on his “brief inspection of Border Force queue management at Birmingham Airport” has been sent to the Home Secretary.

  8. The following ICIBI inspection reports were sent to the Home Secretary: 1. Inspection of Asylum Work 2. Brief inspection of reports of events at the Beckett House Immigration Reporting Center based on on-site observations 3. Inspection of UK Visas and Immigration Services.

  9. The EU Settlement Scheme 3 has been referred to the Home Secretary.

  10. Inspection reports are sent to the Minister of Internal Affairs.

  11. Added “Using hotels and barracks as contingency shelter” check to real-time checks.

  12. The Chief Inspector presented his latest report on the inspection of country of origin information (El Salvador and Sudan) to the Secretary of the Interior.

  13. Added update on Intelligence Inspection

  14. The Chief Inspector sent his report on the Home Office’s use of sanctions and punishments to the Minister of Internal Affairs.

  15. The Senior Inspector sent to the Home Secretary his report on the inspection of the Home Office’s country of origin information products relating to sexual orientation and gender identity or expression, September 2020 (13 October 2020)

  16. On Thursday 14 May 2020, the Chief Inspector presented his review of the Home Office’s use of language services in the asylum process to the Home Secretary.

  17. The ongoing ICIBI webpage has been updated following the presentation to the Home Secretary of the Chief Inspector’s report on the Home Office’s response to clandestine arrivals into the country (“trucking”) and illegal migrants arriving in “small boats”.

  18. The report on the administrative review is sent to the Minister of Internal Affairs.

  19. Reflects the publication of the Glasgow and Edinburgh airport inspection report, the right of residence re-inspection report to the Home Secretary and the launch of sanctions and fines and resettlement schemes: VPRS inspections, VCRS and community sponsorship

  20. Two reports were sent to the Home Secretary, and the violation and prosecution of perpetrators of modern slavery was added to the list of live checks.

  21. The page has been amended to reflect reports that have been published and sent to the Home Secretary.

  22. The work is updated.

  23. Update work in progress

  24. The ICIBI submits its report on the Home Office (Borders, Immigration and Citizenship) co-operation with other government departments and agencies to the Home Secretary.

  25. Work in progress is updated with new checks.

  26. Change to reflect South Coast Ports and Asylum Placement Reports being sent to the Secretary of the Interior.

  27. Added a new check “Accrual of Service Fees”.

  28. Change to the list of work in progress following the publication of the Inspection of the Resettlement of Vulnerable Persons Scheme

  29. Updated inspection work.

  30. Page updated with current work

  31. Published for the first time.

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/work-in-progress

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