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IMMI 15/021 Approvals as made
This instrument specifies the fall-back reporting systems for the purposes of reporting on passengers of international passenger aircraft.
Administered by: Home Affairs
Registered 30 Jun 2015
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR10-Aug-2015
Tabled Senate10-Aug-2015


Commonwealth of Australia

Migration Act 1958

INSTRUMENT OF APPROVAL OF FALL-BACK REPORTING SYSTEMS

(INTERNATIONAL PASSENGER AIRCRAFT - PASSENGERS) 2015

(Section 245K)

I, MICHAEL PEZZULLO, Secretary of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection, acting under section 245K of the Migration Act 1958 (the Act):

1.         REVOKE the Instrument of Approval of Fall-back Reporting System (International Passenger Aircraft - Passengers) (F2006B00352), signed on 19 December 2003; and

2.         APPROVE the following systems:

(a)                reporting to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection's Entry Operations Centre by telephone to either of the following telephone numbers in Australia:

(i)     (02) 6264 1301; or

(ii)     1300 368 970; or

(b)                reporting to the Entry Operations Centre by email: EOC@immi.gov.au; or

(c)                reporting to the Entry Operations Centre by SITATEX to the address CBRIXCR; or

(d)               APPchat;

as the systems of reporting, for the purposes of fall-back reporting under Division 12B of Part 2 of the Act, for each passenger of an international passenger aircraft as defined in subregulation 3.13 of the Migration Regulations 1994 (the Regulations); and

3.         SPECIFY the information that is to be reported in respect of passengers of international passenger aircraft in Schedule 1 to this Instrument; and

4.                  SPECIFY the information that is to be reported in respect of passengers of international passenger aircraft in Schedule 2 to this Instrument.

This Instrument, IMMI 15/021 commences immediately after the commencement of Migration Legislation Amendment (2015 Measures No. 2) Regulation 2015.

Dated: 26th June 2015

 

 

Michael Pezzullo

Secretary of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection


SCHEDULE 1

International Passenger Aircraft – Passenger

(Flights Arriving – Australia)

 

Item

Description

1

The flight number, port of arrival of the aircraft and the expected date of arrival of the aircraft.

2

Where the Operator has confirmed that the passenger has boarded the aircraft, each person holds:

(a)           a travel document, other than an Australian or New Zealand passport, and a visa which is in effect that permit the person to travel to and enter Australia; or

(b)          a current Australian or New Zealand passport.

3

For each passenger who the Operator has not confirmed as falling within Item 2, whether the Operator has obtained up-lift approval from the Department of Immigration and Border Protection's Entry Operation Centre.

 


SCHEDULE 2

International Passenger Aircraft – Passenger

(Flights Departing - Australia)

 

Item

Description

1

The flight number, port of departure of the aircraft and the expected date of departure of the aircraft.