You will receive a written reply from UNE
When we have finished considering your case, you will receive our decision in writing. How long it takes for you to receive a reply depends on the type of case.
The decision must always contain grounds for the outcome of the case.
We will send the decision to you or your lawyer
If you have a lawyer or authorised representative, we will send the decision to them. The lawyer will then inform you about the content of the decision.
If you do not have a lawyer or authorised representative, we will send the decision to you. The decision is sent by digital mail, which means that you will be notified more quickly if you have a digital mailbox. If you do not have a digital mailbox, the decision is printed on paper and will take longer to reach you.
It is important that we have your address, and that you notify us if you move. If you have a valid residence permit, you must notify the Population Register of any change of address. If you do not have a valid residence permit, you must notify the police of any change of address.
Your case is closed when you have received the decision
A decision from UNE means that your case has been finally decided, after both the UDI and UNE have considered the case. You must then comply with what is stated in the decision. You can read more here about what you have to do and what options you have if you disagree with UNE's decision.