Asylum Seekers Arrangements

Zoe Vjestica made this Freedom of Information request to Department of Home Affairs

The request was refused by Department of Home Affairs.

From: Zoe Vjestica

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Dear Department of Immigration and Border Protection,

On the Commonwealth Freedom of Information Act 1982, I would like to see, regarding Asylum Seekers in Australia;
a. All documents regarding their process of immigration from the Department of Immigration and Border Patrol.
b. Photos or letters showing the living requirement of the Asylum Seekers and the state of their food intake.
c. Documents on the recorded amount of Asylum Seekers which arrive to Australia, including those who have died on arrival.

I would like this information to write an article for my college assignment.

Yours faithfully,

Zoe Vjestica

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Dear Zoe Vjestica

 

Please find attached the acknowledgement of receipt for your recent FOI
Request. 

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

 

 

 

Penelope Robb
FOI Helpdesk

Freedom of Information Section

Immigration and Border Protection Portfolio

E: [1][DIBP request email]

 

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Dear Zoe Vjestica

 

This email refers to your FOI request received on 21 February 2015
seeking access to:

 

“On the Commonwealth Freedom of Information Act 1982, I would like to see,
regarding Asylum Seekers in Australia;

a. All documents regarding their process of immigration from the
Department of Immigration and Border Patrol.

b. Photos or letters showing the living requirement of the Asylum Seekers
and the state of their food intake.

c. Documents on the recorded amount of Asylum Seekers which arrive to
Australia, including those who have died on arrival.”

 

The purpose of this email is to advise you, as required under s.24AB of
the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (FOI Act) that I consider a practical
refusal reason exists under s.24AA of the FOI Act in relation to your
request. I have set out my reasons and the actions required by you (to
consult on the scope of your request) in the attached notice. 

 

The current due date for your FOI request is Monday 23 March 2015. In
accordance with s.24AB(8) of the FOI Act the legislated processing time
for your request is suspended during the consultation period. Please refer
to the attached notice for further details.

 

Consultation period

The FOI Act requires that you respond to this notice before the end of the
consultation period, which is close of business Tuesday 24 March 2015.

 

You may consult with me by replying to this email: [1][DIBP request email]

 

Yours Sincerely

 

 

Simone Stanley

FOI Case Officer

Immigration and Border Protection Portfolio

Department of Immigration and Border Protection
Email: [2]foi @immi.gov.au

 

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Dear Zoe Vjestica

 

Thank you for your FOI request received on Saturday 21 February 2015 for:

 

“On the Commonwealth Freedom of Information Act 1982, I would like to see,
regarding Asylum Seekers in Australia;

a. All documents regarding their process of immigration from the
Department of Immigration and Border Patrol.

b. Photos or letters showing the living requirement of the Asylum Seekers
and the state of their food intake.

c. Documents on the recorded amount of Asylum Seekers which arrive to
Australia, including those who have died on arrival.”

 

Purpose of this email

I am writing to you about the s.24AB notice that I sent to you on Tuesday
10 March 2015. The consultation period under the FOI Act expired at close
of business on Tuesday 24 March 2015. As you did not respond to me by the
end of the consultation period, your request is deemed to have been
withdrawn by the operation of the FOI Act (s.24AB (6) and (7)).

 

 

The attached letter provides more detail.

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

Simone Stanley

FOI Case Officer

Immigration and Border Protection Portfolio

Department of Immigration and Border Protection

Telephone: 02 6264 1504
Email: [1]foi @immi.gov.au

 

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and/or copyright information.  Any review, retransmission, dissemination
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intended recipient is prohibited.  DIBP respects your privacy and has
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