Print Share E-mail Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Your case what happens to cases in UNE Norsk ( Norwegian ) English العربية ( Arabic ) پښتو ( Pashto ) Prs ( prs ) Soomaali (Soomaaliya) ( Somali (Somalia) ) ትግርኛ (ኤርትራ) ( Tigrinya (Eritrea) ) Case processing at the Immigration Appeals Board For people who have a case under consideration Preparatory meeting In some cases, we want to talk to the person the case concerns. If we do, we will call you in for a preparatory meeting. Which cases are considered at board hearings? Most of the cases considered by UNE are decided without a board hearing. However, if we believe that there is doubt about the correct outcome in a case, it will be decided by a board. For people attending board hearings Are you a child? Been invited to a board hearing? All children have the right to be heard If you disagree with UNE’s decision UNE's decision is final. You must comply with what the decision stipulates regardless of whether you disagree with what it entails. To defy it means you’re embarking on an illegal stay in Norway which could lead to serious consequences. Have you been told to leave Norway? If the UDI's decision states that you must leave Norway, it is important that you do so. How UNE processes your personal data In principle only the case officers working on your case, or related cases, have legal access to your personal data.