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IMMI 15/016 Approvals as made
This instrument specifies the primary reporting systems for the purpose of reporting on the crew of international passenger aircrafts.
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 PRIMARY REPORTING SYSTEMS

(INTERNATIONAL PASSENGER AIRCRAFT - CREW) 2015

(Section 245J)

 

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

 

1.         REVOKE the Instrument of Approval of Primary Reporting System (International Passenger Aircraft - Crew) (F2005B02631); signed on 19 December 2003; and

2.         APPROVE the interactive Advance Passenger Information (iAPI) system called the Advance Passenger Processing System (APP), as provided by C P S Systems Pty Ltd (ABN 64 000 965 551, ACN 000 965 551), part of the Société Internationale de Télécommunications Aéronautiques NaamlozeVennootschap (SITA N.V.), as the system of reporting, for the purposes of Division 12B of Part 2 of the Act, for each crew member of 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 each crew member who hold appropriate travel documents in Schedule 1 to this Instrument; and

4.         SPECIFY the information that is to be reported in respect of each crew member who has obtained up-lift approval in Schedule 2 to this Instrument.

This Instrument, IMMI 15/016 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

 

The information set out below is to be reported in respect of each crew member who holds:

             i.        an Australian passport;

           ii.        a New Zealand passport; or

         iii.       a travel document, other than an Australian or New Zealand passport, with a Crew Travel Authority as provided by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.

 

Item

Short Field Title

Description

1

Crew Type

The type of crew person, either:

(C) Operating Crew; or

(X) Positioning Crew.

2

Document Type

The type of travel document, either:

(P) Passport;

(O) Other; or

(N) None.

3

Document Number

The assigned number of an official identification document issued by a state or organisation to a person for the purposes of international travel.

Blank only if Document Type is (N).

4

Traveller’s Nationality Code

As documented in the travel document, the three-letter country code assigned by the International Civil Aviation Organisation.

5

Family Name

The first four characters of the person’s family name.

6

Trans-Border Flight

The flight number used by the Operator of the air service on which the person will cross the Australian border.

7

Check-In Port

The port at which the person commences an international movement and at which advance passenger information for the person is collected.

8(a)

Expected Port

The Australian port at which the person will be cleared by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection or the Australian Border Force for movement into Australia.

8(b)

Expected Port

The Australian port at which the person will be cleared by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection or the Australian Border Force for departure from Australia.

9

Check-in Date

The check-in date and time (according to Greenwich Mean Time) used to locate the person.

10(a)

Trans-Border Port

The first port in Australia at which the person will arrive when travelling to Australia.

10(b)

Trans-Border Port

The last port in Australia at which the person will depart when travelling from Australia.

11

Transit Indicator

An indicator that the person is transiting at origin or destination (if applicable).

 


SCHEDULE 2

The information set out below is to be reported in respect of each crew member who has obtained up-lift approval from the Department of Immigration and Border Protection's Entry Operations Centre.

Item

Short Field Title

Description

1

Crew Type

The type of crew person, either:

(C) Operating Crew; or

(X) Positioning Crew.

2

Document Type

The type of travel document, either:

(P) Passport;

(O) Other; or

(N) None.

3

Document Number

The assigned number of an official identification document issued by a state or organisation to a person for the purposes of international travel.

Blank only if Document Type is (N).

4

Traveller’s Nationality Code

As documented in the travel document, the three-letter country code assigned by the International Civil Aviation Organisation.

5

Family Name

The person’s full family name, as stated in the person’s passport or other relevant travel documentation.

6

Given Names

The person’s full given names, as stated in the person’s passport or relevant travel documentation.

7

Date of Birth

The person's date of birth.

8

Sex

The person's gender, either:

(M) Male;

(F) Female;

(U) Unknown; or

(X) Unknown.

9

Trans-Border Flight

The flight number used by the Operator of the air service on which the person will cross the Australian border.

10

Check-In Port

The port at which the person commences an international movement and at which advance passenger information for the person is collected.

11(a)

Expected Port

The Australian port at which the person will be cleared by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection or the Australian Border Force for movement into Australia.

11(b)

Expected Port

The Australian port at which the person will be cleared by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection or the Australian Border Force for departure from Australia.

12

Check-in Date

The check-in date and time (according to Greenwich Mean Time) used to locate the person.

13(a)

Trans-Border Port

The first port in Australia at which the person will arrive when travelling to Australia.

13(b)

Trans-Border Port

The last port in Australia at which the person will depart when travelling from Australia.

14

Transit Indicator

An indicator that the person is transiting at origin or destination (if applicable).