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<p>[holding answer 9 September 2013]: The requested figures are shown in the following tables:</p><p><table><thead><tr><td valign="top">Table 1: Top 5 highest allowed appeal rates by nationality—in-country appeals<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top" /><td valign="top">Overall<br /></td><td valign="top">Male<br /></td><td valign="top">Female<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top">Nationality<br /></td><td valign="top">Volume of appeals<br /></td><td valign="top">Allowed (%)<br /></td><td valign="top">Volume of appeals<br /></td><td valign="top">Allowed (%)<br /></td><td valign="top">Volume of appeals<br /></td><td valign="top">Allowed (%)<br /></td></tr></thead><tbody><tr><td valign="top">New Zealand<br /></td><td valign="top">18<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td><td valign="top">8<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td><td valign="top">10<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top">Cyprus<br /></td><td valign="top">3<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td><td valign="top">3<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top">Turkish controlled area of Cyprus<br /></td><td valign="top">3<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td><td valign="top">3<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top">Bhutan<br /></td><td valign="top">2<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td><td valign="top">1<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td><td valign="top">1<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top">Christmas Island<br /></td><td valign="top">2<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td><td valign="top">2<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td></tr></tbody></table></p><p><table><thead><tr><td valign="top">Table 2: Top 5 highest allowed appeal rates by nationality for out of country appeals<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top" /><td valign="top">Overall<br /></td><td valign="top">Male<br /></td><td valign="top">Female<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top">Nationality<br /></td><td valign="top">Volume of appeals<br /></td><td valign="top">Allowed (%)<br /></td><td valign="top">Volume of appeals<br /></td><td valign="top">Allowed (%)<br /></td><td valign="top">Volume of appeals<br /></td><td valign="top">Allowed (%)<br /></td></tr></thead><tbody><tr><td valign="top">Barbados<br /></td><td valign="top">3<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td><td valign="top">3<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top">Cyprus<br /></td><td valign="top">2<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td><td valign="top">1<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td><td valign="top">1<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top">Equatorial Guinea<br /></td><td valign="top">2<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td><td valign="top">1<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td><td valign="top">1<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top">Tajikistan<br /></td><td valign="top">2<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td><td valign="top">2<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top">Maldives<br /></td><td valign="top">1<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td><td valign="top">1<br /></td><td valign="top">100<br /></td></tr></tbody><tfoot><tr><td valign="top">Notes:<br />1. All figures quoted have been derived from management information and are therefore provisional and subject to change. This information has not been quality assured under National Statistics protocols.<br />2. The data relate to appeal outcomes between April 2012 and March 2013.<br />3. The ‘Allowed’ rate has been calculated based on the proportion of allowed cases over the total number of cases allowed and dismissed cases during the same period.<br />4. Figures relate to main applicants only.<br />5. The data relate to First Tier Appeal Outcomes only.<br /></td></tr></tfoot></table></p><p>In addition, the following tables provide the highest volume nationalities and their respective allowed rates for the same period.</p><p><table><thead><tr><td valign="top">Table 3: Top 5 highest volume nationalities for in-country appeals<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top" /><td valign="top">Overall<br /></td><td valign="top">Male<br /></td><td valign="top">Female<br /></td><td valign="top">Other<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top">Nationality<br /></td><td valign="top">Volume of appeals<br /></td><td valign="top">Allowed (%)<br /></td><td valign="top">Volume of appeals<br /></td><td valign="top">Allowed (%)<br /></td><td valign="top">Volume of appeals<br /></td><td valign="top">Allowed (%)<br /></td><td valign="top">Volume of appeals<br /></td><td valign="top">Allowed (%)<br /></td></tr></thead><tbody><tr><td valign="top">Pakistan<br /></td><td valign="top">5,630<br /></td><td valign="top">35<br /></td><td valign="top">4,206<br /></td><td valign="top">35<br /></td><td valign="top">1,423<br /></td><td valign="top">35<br /></td><td valign="top">1<br /></td><td valign="top">0<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top">Nigeria<br /></td><td valign="top">3,475<br /></td><td valign="top">32<br /></td><td valign="top">1,960<br /></td><td valign="top">31<br /></td><td valign="top">1,511<br /></td><td valign="top">32<br /></td><td valign="top">4<br /></td><td valign="top">0<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top">India<br /></td><td valign="top">3,297<br /></td><td valign="top">36<br /></td><td valign="top">2,231<br /></td><td valign="top">35<br /></td><td valign="top">1,065<br /></td><td valign="top">39<br /></td><td valign="top">1<br /></td><td valign="top">0<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top">Bangladesh<br /></td><td valign="top">1,910<br /></td><td valign="top">38<br /></td><td valign="top">1,551<br /></td><td valign="top">36<br /></td><td valign="top">358<br /></td><td valign="top">47<br /></td><td valign="top">1<br /></td><td valign="top">0<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top">Sri Lanka<br /></td><td valign="top">1,727<br /></td><td valign="top">47<br /></td><td valign="top">1,309<br /></td><td valign="top">45<br /></td><td valign="top">418<br /></td><td valign="top">52<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td></tr></tbody></table></p><p><table><thead><tr><td valign="top">Table 4: Top 5 highest volume nationalities for out of country appeals<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top" /><td valign="top">Overall<br /></td><td valign="top">Male<br /></td><td valign="top">Female<br /></td><td valign="top">Other<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top">Nationality<br /></td><td valign="top">Volume of appeals<br /></td><td valign="top">Allowed (%)<br /></td><td valign="top">Volume of appeals<br /></td><td valign="top">Allowed (%)<br /></td><td valign="top">Volume of appeals<br /></td><td valign="top">Allowed (%)<br /></td><td valign="top">Volume of appeals<br /></td><td valign="top">Allowed (%)<br /></td></tr></thead><tbody><tr><td valign="top">Pakistan<br /></td><td valign="top">12,099<br /></td><td valign="top">44<br /></td><td valign="top">6,921<br /></td><td valign="top">39<br /></td><td valign="top">5,178<br /></td><td valign="top">50<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top">India<br /></td><td valign="top">3,247<br /></td><td valign="top">50<br /></td><td valign="top">1,787<br /></td><td valign="top">48<br /></td><td valign="top">1,460<br /></td><td valign="top">52<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top">Nigeria<br /></td><td valign="top">3,011<br /></td><td valign="top">28<br /></td><td valign="top">1,459<br /></td><td valign="top">24<br /></td><td valign="top">1,552<br /></td><td valign="top">32<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top">Bangladesh<br /></td><td valign="top">2,708<br /></td><td valign="top">49<br /></td><td valign="top">1,580<br /></td><td valign="top">44<br /></td><td valign="top">1,127<br /></td><td valign="top">54<br /></td><td valign="top">1<br /></td><td valign="top">0<br /></td></tr><tr><td valign="top">Iran<br /></td><td valign="top">1,120<br /></td><td valign="top">41<br /></td><td valign="top">432<br /></td><td valign="top">39<br /></td><td valign="top">688<br /></td><td valign="top">42<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td><td valign="top">—<br /></td></tr></tbody><tfoot><tr><td valign="top">Notes:<br />1. All figures quoted have been derived from management information and are therefore provisional and subject to change. This information has not been quality assured under National Statistics protocols.<br />2. The data relate to appeal outcomes between April 2012 and March 2013.<br />3. The ‘Allowed’ rate has been calculated based on the proportion of allowed cases over the total number of cases allowed and dismissed cases during the same period.<br />4. Figures relate to main applicants only.<br />5. The data relate to First Tier Appeal Outcomes only.<br /></td></tr></tfoot></table></p>
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