For example, there are monthly updates on asylum applications, the latest being http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/publications/science-research-statistics/research-statistics/immigration-asylum-research/asylum-dec-2011?view=Standard&pubID=1009249
The Home Office also publishes research reports, many of which relate to migration and the settlement of refugees:
Report on the profiles of Tier 2 applications for settlement (2012) www.homeoffice.gov.uk/publications/science-research-statistics/research-statistics/immigration-asylum-research/occ100/?view=Standard&pubID=1010018
Research Report 57 (2010) on migrant journeys and settlement:
Occasional Paper 96 (2011) brings together evidence on marriage-related migration and settlement.
Occasional Paper 94 (2011) brings together previously published statistics, new management information from the UK Border Agency, and additional data and analysis on family migration to the UK.
Control of Immigration: Quarterly Statistical Summary Fourth Quarter (2010) provides an overview of aspects such as employment, study visas and asylum applications; settlement decisions and data on the worker registration scheme. The summary also contains a commentary on trends since 2007.
Home Office Research Report 43 The Migrant Journey (2010) provides evidence on the behaviour of migrants entering the UK immigration system through major non-visit visa routes; and the common pathways through the immigration system that result in settlement.
Home Office Research Report 36 (2010) Helping New Refugees Integrate into the UK: Baseline Data Analysis from the Survey of New Refugees presents findings from the baseline survey (5,678 respondents) on the characteristics of new refugees, their previous education, employment and qualifications, English language ability, physical and emotional health, and their social support and service needs.
Home Office Research Report 37 Spotlight on refugee integration: findings from the Survey of New Refugees in the United Kingdom (2010) presents findings from the Survey of New Refugees, a longitudinal study of refugee integration in the UK. Integration was considered in terms of the English language skills, employment and housing of new refugees.