This page provides an overview in figures of the Task Force workload. The Task Force workload consists of asylum applications submitted before 1 April 2020. This page also gives an overview of the extent
to which first asylum applications (submitted on or after 1 April 2020) are decided on within the legal decision period. The figures on this
page will be updated every month.
Last updated: 12 April 2021
The figures on this page are about:
Below is a bar chart with an overview of progress with the Task Force workload.
Below is an overview of progress regarding timely processing of first asylum applications submitted on or after 1 April 2020. It concerns applications which have not yet been decided on and are subject to a legal decision period. Timely processing is the extent to which the IND completes asylum applications within the legal decision period. The legal decision period is the time that the IND legally has to decide on an asylum application (6 months). Read more information about the legal decision periods for various applications to the IND.
If the IND claims an asylum application under the Dublin procedure from another EU Member State, then there is no legal decision period. On 1 April 2021 this counts for 560 first asylum applications.
NB: The Task Force workload is not included in this overview.
Number undecided within legal decision period
Number undecided outside legal decision period
Total within legal decision period
% within legal decision period
|1 May 2020||230||0||230||100%|
|1 June 2020||490||0||490||100%|
|1 July 2020||890||0||900||100%|
|1 August 2020 ||1,700||10||1,700||100%|
|1 September 2020 ||2,500||10||2,500||100%|
|1 October 2020||3,230||10||3,240||100%|
|1 November 2020 ||3,720||30||3,750||99%|
|1 December 2020||4,030||60||4,090||99%|
|1 January 2021||4,110||160||4,260||96%|
|1 February 2021||4,030||340||4,380||92%|
|1 March 2021||3,800||580||4,380||87%|
|1 April 2021||3,580||870||4,440||80%|