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Dear Department of Home Affairs,

M5 countries share anonymous fingerprints with their partners. 1) Please clarify which data elements are shared automatically when there is a positive match. 2) Please provide screens displayed for Australian caseworkers for a positive match (Australia initiated queries).

Yours faithfully,

Sumsi Timonda

Department of Home Affairs

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FOI Request:         FA 21/05/00289

File Number:          OBJ2021/13763 

Dear Sumsi Timonda

Acknowledgement of Freedom of Information Access request

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M5 countries share anonymous fingerprints with their partners. 1) Please
clarify which data elements are shared automatically when there is a
positive match. 2) Please provide screens displayed for Australian
caseworkers for a positive match (Australia initiated queries).

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Dear Department of Home Affairs,

 

M5 countries share anonymous fingerprints with their partners. 1) Please
clarify which data elements are shared automatically when there is a
positive match. 2) Please provide screens displayed for Australian
caseworkers for a positive match (Australia initiated queries).

 

Yours faithfully,

 

Sumsi Timonda

 

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