Windrush case backlog remains at 3,700, Home Office reveals

Lawyers and campaigners have expressed concern about a large backlog of unresolved Windrush cases, revealed in new Home Office figures, two years after Amber Rudd resigned as home secretary amid the emerging scandal.

More than 12,000 people who were wrongly classified by the Home Office as illegal immigrants have now been given citizenship or some other form of documentation proving that they have – and always had – the right to live in the UK. But there are 3,720 outstanding cases with the Windrush taskforce, the body set up to consider applications from people who believe they were wrongly categorised as immigration offenders.

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