Due to a technical data error, appellants have not received automatic notifications from us in a number of family immigration cases. This problem is now solved.
The amendment to the regulations give a group of people who have been granted time-limited permits as unaccompanied minors the right to re-apply for protection. The applications are to be submitted to UDI.
Some of the applicants who came to Norway as unaccompanied minor asylum seekers will now have their cases reconsidered.
In June 2017, the Grand Board found that UDI was right to revoke the refugee status of two Somali nationals because they no longer needed protection.
Information from UNE you can get here on our website, or you can call the case information service on 21 08 50 00.
For just over twelve months, we have been working hard to produce our brand new website. We are now proud to present the new une.no; in a new design, with new content and a modern, flexible and user-friendly interface.
The Special Court of Law Committee submitted its recommendation on Thursday 9 March 2017.
The Immigration Appeals Board (UNE) has hired a medical adviser to assist in case processing and work in relation to court cases.
The duty to leave Norway has been suspended for foreign nationals who in 2015 applied for protection in Norway having entered the country at Storskog border crossing.
As a result of the rapid growth in the number of asylum seekers arriving via Storskog border crossing in autumn 2015, the Immigration Appeals Board (UNE) established a special fast-track project to deal with this portfolio.