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Published 06/06/2019  
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.
Published 07/02/2018   Afghanistan Asylum/protection Statements
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.
Published 16/01/2018   Statements
Before Christmas 2017, the Storting adopted a legislative amendment that revoked the Ministry’s extended right of instruction, which has been in effect for two years.
Published 15/01/2018   Statements Afghanistan Asylum/protection
Some of the applicants who came to Norway as unaccompanied minor asylum seekers will now have their cases reconsidered.
Published 24/11/2017   Statements Identity Court cases
Refusing to issue travel documents to refugees whose identity has not been substantiated is in accordance with the UN Refugee Convention, determines a new Supreme Court judgment.
Published 20/09/2017   Grand Board Revocation Asylum/protection
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.
Published 22/06/2017   Statements Service
Information from UNE you can get here on our website, or you can call the case information service on 21 08 50 00.
Published 28/05/2017   Service Statements
For just over twelve months, we have been working hard to produce our brand new website. We are now proud to present the new; in a new design, with new content and a modern, flexible and user-friendly interface.
Published 09/03/2017   Security under the law Statements
The Special Court of Law Committee submitted its recommendation on Thursday 9 March 2017.
Published 16/12/2016   Case processing Statements
The Immigration Appeals Board (UNE) has hired a medical adviser to assist in case processing and work in relation to court cases.