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Immigration

Question for Home Office

UIN 580, tabled on 11 May 2022

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many people held valid leave to remain at the most recent date for which data is available, irrespective of whether the person’s first recorded leave was in-country or out-of-country; and of those people how many (i) were main applicants, (ii) were dependants and (iii) held visas in each category.

Answered on

23 May 2022

Due to the cross cutting nature across the department, the cost would be disproportionate due to manual trawl required.

Answered by

Home Office
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