In order to monitor the effectiveness of its Reports, the Home Affairs Committee maintains a colour-coded grid of its recommendations. Recommendations are coded green if, in it's view, the Government has accepted them, red if they have been rejected, and yellow if they have been partially accepted, or if the Government has undertaken to give them further consideration. This Report covers the Committee's work in the 2012-13 Session. The Committee will use the grid to inform its choice of inquiries over the course of the Parliament, returning to earlier recommendations where it appears that there may be some merit in doing so, but avoiding reduplication of earlier work where it appears unlikely to prove beneficialHouse of Commons. Home Affairs Committee ... Where an application is refused it is accompanied by a comprehensive letter detailing the reasons for refusal, offering the applicant an opportunity to quickly identify and address any minor issues with their application. 17. There are a ... For example they ask for a#39;proof of funds instead of bank statements. We recommend that ... Work is already in hand to improve the quality of the guidance that both case owners and applicants can access.
|Title||:||HC 825 - Effectiveness of the Committee in 2012-13|
|Author||:||Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Home Affairs Committee|
|Publisher||:||The Stationery Office - 2014-11-28|