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Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal) & GDPR: manage your data

Rightly is a free service that helps you have more control over your data. Find out whether Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal) has your personal data, and tell them what to do with it.

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Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal) provides the following services:

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How sending requests can help

Locate your data

Send a Subject Access Request (SAR)

If you want to know whether Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal) has your personal data, what they have, and what they’re doing with it, we can help. Send a request to Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal) via Rightly and quickly find out.

Delete your data

Request to partially or fully delete your data

If you want Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal) to delete all of your personal data, or only some of it, you can let Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal) know via Rightly in a deletion request. Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal) then has 30 days to reply, by law.

Adjust marketing

Change your Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal) marketing preferences

Want to change how Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal) communicates with you? You can easily alter your email marketing settings through Rightly, too. Just let Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal) know in your request.

Rejected applications

Understand why decisions were made

Has Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal) rejected an application of yours, or made an unfair decision? You can request all of the paperwork relating to how they made that decision through Rightly.

Employment disputes

Tackle an employment dispute with Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal)

If you are, or have been, an employee of Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal), you can send a data access request to view all emails and documents that mention you, as well as your personal files.

Data breaches

Act if there’s a Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal) data breach

If Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal) has had a data breach, you can use requests to see if you’ve been affected, and to delete your data to prevent it happening again.

Pensions

Locate your Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal) pension

Find out whether you have a pension with Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal), as well as its associated details, by sending a subject access request. Our support team is also here to help.

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Contact Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal)

Making a subject access request without Rightly Alternatively you can send a subject access request to Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal) in writing at the following address:

Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal)
Priory Courts
33 Bull Street
Birmingham
B4 6DS

Please include your:
Full name
Any previous names
Your address

If you have moved whilst you have had the service we would recommend putting in all your previous addresses for the last 3 years.

Because requests must be in writing, you can’t make one over the phone. However, if you need to contact Birmingham Immigration and Asylum Chamber (First Tier Tribunal) for anything else, their contact number is 0300 123 1711.

You can also read more about how to send a subject access request in our blog.

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