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IMMI 15/024 Approvals as made
This Instrument specifies the fall-back reporting systems for the purposes of reporting on passengers and crew of international passenger cruise ships.
Administered by: Home Affairs
Registered 01 Jul 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 CRUISE SHIP – PASSENGERS AND CREW) 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 Cruise Ship – Passengers and Crew) (F2005B02642), signed on 19 December 2003; and

2.         APPROVE the following systems of reporting:

(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 and each crew member of an international passenger cruise ship, 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 all passengers and crew of international passenger cruise ships in the Schedule to this Instrument.

This Instrument, IMMI 15/024 commences on 1 July 2015.

 

Dated:  26th June 2015

 

 

 

 

Michael Pezzullo

Secretary of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection


SCHEDULE

 

INTERNATIONAL PASSENGER CRUISE SHIP – PASSENGERS AND CREW

 

Item

Description

1

The Lloyd’s Shipping Number (the unique seven digit number assigned by the Lloyd’s Register of Ships), port of arrival of the ship and the expected date of arrival of the ship.

2

Where the Operator has confirmed that each passenger and each crew member who has boarded the ship, 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 passengers and each crew member whom 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.