Delegations for IAA and AAT decision makers

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From: Jay Doe

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Dear Department of Immigration and Border Protection,

Can you please provide a document which shows what powers that the Minister for Immigration has delegated to the IAA and AAT, and the positions within the IAA and AAT that have the ability to exercise those powers.

Thanks

Yours faithfully,

Jay Doe

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UNCLASSIFIED

 

Our references: FA 18/01/00473 ADF2018/6915

 

Dear Mr Doe

 

I refer to your FOI request received on 11 January 2018, seeking access to

 

“Can you please provide a document which shows what powers that the
Minister for Immigration has delegated to the IAA and AAT, and the
positions within the IAA and AAT that have the ability to exercise those
powers.”

 

This email is to advise you that documents requested under this FOI
request are more closely connected with the functions of the AAT and IAA
than those of the Department. Accordingly your FOI request has been
transferred to AAT and IAA under section 16 of the FOI Act.

 

The FOI team at AAT and IAA will get in contact with you as soon as
possible in relation to the processing of your request.

 

Kind Regards

Reetu Kakkar

FOI Officer

Freedom of Information, Privacy and Records Management Branch | Corporate
Support Division

Corporate Group
Department of Home Affairs

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Dear Jay Doe,

I am writing to you in relation to a Freedom of Information request
regarding the review conducted by the Immigration Assessment Authority
(IAA).

Please read the attached correspondence carefully.

If you have problems opening the document/s attached to this email
message, please contact us at [1][email address] or call 1800 205
919.

Yours sincerely

Immigration Assessment Authority

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Dear Mr Doe,

 

I refer to your email below.

 

As your request was partially transferred to the AAT, please find attached
our Notice of Decision and document released in response to your FOI
request.

 

Kind regards,

 

Angela

 

Angela Leung

Legal & Policy Officer        

 

Administrative Appeals Tribunal

Principal Registry, Sydney

Legal & Policy

E: [1][email address]

 

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