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Solihull Council decided he was already 18 - and judges at the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal ruled he was probably around 20 when he arrived in the country.
Nathaniel Munford of The Asylum and Immigration Tribunal Service said: "I can't comment on the case, it's a matter for the judge of the tribunal.
At the time the Home Office said Wilders was turned back to stop him spreading "hatred and violent messages", a decision he appealed to an asylum and immigration tribunal in London which ruled in his favour on Tuesday.
Around 60 firefighters were at the scene where the fifth floor and roof of the building housing the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal was ablaze.
The spokeswoman said three 15kg propane cylinders were on the roof of the building which houses the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal, but the fire, which started at 3.
We are pleased that the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal has agreed with our view and found that conditions in Iraq are such that an ordinary individual Iraqi civilian is not at serious risk from indiscriminate violence,' a spokesman for the Home Office said.
The Asylum and Immigration Tribunal (AIT) ruled in August that Chindamo no longer posed a serious threat to society.
Christopher Jacobs, representing them, argued the removals should not go ahead until after an Asylum and Immigration Tribunal hearing in September which will evaluate whether the DRC is a fit country to return asylum seekers.