Immigration Appeal UK | Tribunal Decisions | Success Rate 2010-18

This relates to UK Immigration Appeal Tribunal Decisions and provides the details of First Tier Tribunal Immigration Decisions and Upper Tribunal Immigration Appeal Decisions from Feb 2010 to Q3 2017/18 relating to Managed Migration, Entry Clearance, Family Visit Visa, Deportation Appeals, Deprivation of Citizenship, Asylum, Protection, Revocation of Protection, EEA Free Movement.

UK Immigration Appeal Tribunal Decisions During 2010-18

Immigration Appeal UK | Tribunal Decisions | Success Rate 2010-18

According to Official Statistics, from 2010/11 to Q3 2017/18, the First Tier Tribunal Immigration & Asylum Chamber (FTTIAC) determined 580,851 immigration at hearing/papers with the following break-up:

  1. Managed Migration: 203,390 immigration appeals
  2. Entry Clearance- 100,918
  3. Family Visit Visa- 127,430
  4. Deport and others- 6,743 (Note 1)
  5. Deportation Appeals- 2,012 (Note 2)
  6. Deprivation of Citizenship- 90
  7. Asylum/Protection/Revocation of Protection- 98,817 (Note 5 & 6)
  8. Human Rights- 28,268 (Note 5)
  9. EEA Free Movement- 13,183 (Note 5)

Upper Tribunal Immigration Appeal Determinations 2010-18

During the same period i.e. from 2010/11 to Q3 2017/18, the Upper Tribunal Immigration & Asylum Chamber (UTIAC) determined 51,454 immigration at hearing/papers with the following break-up:

  1. Managed Migration: 23,535 immigration appeals determined at hearing/papers
  2. Entry Clearance- 9,101
  3. Family Visit Visa- 3,072
  4. Deport and others- 1,278 (Note 1)
  5. Deportation Appeals- 615 (Note 2)
  6. Deprivation of Citizenship- 18
  7. Asylum/Protection/Revocation of Protection- 12,713 (Note 5 & 6)
  8. Human Rights- 872 (Note 5)
  9. EEA Free Movement- 250 (Note 5)

Immigration Appeal Success Rate | First Tier Upper Tribunal

During 2010-18, the UK Immigration Appeal Success Rate for FTTIAC and UTIAC was 45.10% and 37.70% as approx. 318,868 and 32,056 immigration appeals were refused by the First Tier Tribunal and Upper Chamber, respectively.

Here it is important to understand that an appellant can file an Appeal against First Tier Tribunal Decision in the UTIAC. Therefore, the immigration appeals decided by UTIAC largely represents the refused immigration appeals in the FTTIAC. Consequently, the UK Visa Appeal Success Rate is approx. close to 48.44% during 2010-18.

The First Tier Tribunal Immigration Appeal Success Rate was highest 50% during 2012/13 and Q3 2017/18, after reaching its lowest ebb 39% during 2015/16; whereas the Upper Tier Tribunal Immigration Appeal Success Rate was highest 48% during 2010/11 and lowest 29% during 2015/16 and Q3 2017/18.

FTTIAC Yearly Determinations and Immigration Appeal Success Rate

During Q1, Q2 and Q3 of 2017/18, the First Tier Tribunal Immigration & Asylum Chamber (FTTIAC) determined 14,170, 14,113 and 12,395 immigration appeals and approx. 7,510, 7,198 and 6,198 appeals were refused, respectively. Accordingly, immigration appeal success rate during Q1, Q2 and Q3 of 2017/18 remained at 47%, 49% and 50%, respectively.

During the preceding seven years i.e. 2010/11, 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16 and 2016/17 FTTIAC determined 130,880, 100,720, 68,187, 67,471, 66,262, 52,068 and 54,585 immigration appeals and approx. 68,058, 55,396, 34,094, 37,784, 39,757, 31,761 and 31,113 appeals were refused, respectively. The annual immigration appeal success rate during 2010/11, 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16 and 2016/17 was 48%, 45%, 50%, 44%, 40%, 39% and 43%, respectively.

UTIAC Yearly Determinations and Immigration Appeal Success Rate

During Q1, Q2 and Q3 of 2017/18, the Upper Tier Tribunal Immigration & Asylum Chamber (UTIAC) determined 1,173, 970 and 986 immigration appeals and approx. 809, 679, and 700 appeals were refused, respectively. Accordingly, immigration appeal success rate during Q1, Q2 and Q3 of 2017/18 hovered in the range of 31%, 30% and 29%, respectively.

During the preceding seven i.e. 2010/11, 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16 and 2016/17 UTIAC determined 6,621, 8,380, 8,086, 7,407, 6,875, 5,854 and 5,102 immigration appeals and approx. 3,443, 4,525, 4,932, 4,666, 4,675, 4,156 and 3,469 appeals were refused, respectively. The annual immigration appeal success rate during 2010/11, 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16 and 2016/17 was 48%, 46%, 39%, 37%, 32%, 29% and 32%, respectively.

Note 1) Includes Deportation and Deprivation of Citizenship appeals up to and including 2014/15. Due to the introduction of the Immigration Act 2014, this category was discontinued in Q1 2015/16
Note 2) Deportation appeal is now for Foreign National Offenders who are EEA nationals only following the introduction of the Immigration Act 2014. Foreign National Offenders who are not EEA nationals can only now lodge appeals against deportation orders using one of the new appeals rights introduced by the Immigration Act 2014.
Note 3) The Immigration Act 2014 removed a number of appeal rights against Home Office and introduced new categories: Protection, Human Rights, EEA Free Movement and Revocation of Protection
Note 4) In addition to Asylum appeals, this column includes appeals relating to Protection and Revocation of Protection which were introduced as part of the Immigration Act 2014

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