Letter seen by the Guardian discusses travel options to return home before asylum case has been heard

The Home Office has begun encouraging asylum seekers to return home before officials have considered their cases, the Guardian has learned.

The department’s move is part of the drive to create a “hostile” environment for illegal immigrants in Britain, and comes despite a 14% decline in the number of asylum claims made last year, to 26,350. Germany, in contrast, received approximately 200,000 applications in 2017.

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