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This BAILII case law database contains determinations of the Immigration and Asylum Chamber of the Upper Tribunal (18 February 2010 - ); the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal (June 2005 - 18 February 2010) and the Immigration and Asylum Tribunal (1973 - June 2005) are found here.
The Upper Tribunal Immigration and Asylum Chamber (UTIAC) is a superior court of record and forms part of the Tribunals Service, an executive agency of the Ministry of Justice. The former Asylum and Immigration Tribunal (AIT) was superseded by the implementation of the UTIAC in Feb 2010.
Its purpose is to hear and decide appeals against decisions made by the First-tier Tribunal in matters of immigration, asylum and nationality. For mor information go to the UTIAC website
The BAILII case law database contains determinations of the Immigration and Asylum Chamber of the Upper Tribunal (18 February 2010 - ) the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal (June 2005 - 18 February 2010) and the Immigration and Asylum Tribunal (1973 - June 2005). Although BAILII maintains a complete collection the only authoritative public source of IAC / AIT / IAT determinations is on the UTIAC website.
The inclusion of a determination in the database should not be taken as an indication that it represents current law. Determinations marked ‘CG’, however, are to be treated as current country guidance.
In accordance with, ‘Practice Statement on Form of decisions and neutral citation First-tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal on or after 3 November 2008 (31 October 2008)’, a determination of the IAC will be numbered in the following way:
Starred determinations (indicated as such with STARRED being the first word in the title of the determination) have a special status. They are to be treated as binding by all Adjudicators and the Tribunal unless inconsistent with authority binding on the Appellate Authorities. Important: This is simply a list of starred determinations. The inclusion of a determination on this list does not indicate that it is still good law.
Listed below are the Country Guideline (CG) determinations (indicated as such by CG indicated as the word before the citation date in the title of the determination) are selected determinations that represent current trends in decisions for the given country.
The material for this database has been obtained from the Tribunals Service website.
Country Guidelines Determinations
|STARRED Country Guidelines|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|British Overseas Citizens (BOC)|
|Congo - Republic Of (DRC)|
|Congo - Republic Of - Brazzaville|
|Democratic Republic of Congo|
|Federal Republic of Yugoslavia|
|Serbia and Montenegro|
|United States of America|