FCC Data Sharing Statistics 2019

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From: Sumsi Timonda

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Dear Department of Home Affairs,

In 2019:

1) How many anonymous fingerprints were shared with each of the four FCC/Migration5 countries?

2) How many cases returned a positive match?

3) For how many cases was further information requested?

4) How many requests were received by the Australian authorities from each of the four FCC countries?

5) What is the maximum number of fingerprints that may be shared with each FCC member per annum?

Yours faithfully,

Sumsi Timonda

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FOI Request: FA 20/05/00980
File Number: OBJ2020/17353

Dear Sumsi Timonda

Acknowledgement of Freedom of Information Access request

I refer to your correspondence received on 25 May 2020 seeking access to documents held by the Department of Home Affairs (the Department) under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (the FOI Act).

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You have requested access to the following:
In 2019:

1) How many anonymous fingerprints were shared with each of the four FCC/Migration5 countries?

2) How many cases returned a positive match?

3) For how many cases was further information requested?

4) How many requests were received by the Australian authorities from each of the four FCC countries?

5) What is the maximum number of fingerprints that may be shared with each FCC member per annum?.
Your request was received by the Department on 25 May 2020 and has been allocated FOI request number FA 20/05/00980 . Please include your FOI request number in all correspondence with the Freedom of Information Section.
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Yours sincerely,

FOI Officer
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FOI and Records Management Branch | Data Division
Corporate and Enabling Group
Department of Home Affairs | Email: [DIBP request email]

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Good morning,

I refer to your request received on 25 May 2020 for access to documents under the FOI Act.

The current due date for your request is 24 June 2020.

Due to the number of requests currently being processed by our office, we will not be able to finalise your request by the original due date.

The Department seeks your agreement under section 15AA of the FOI Act to extend the timeframe for the processing of your request by 30 days. This would extend the due date for your request to 24 July 2020.

It would assist the Department in managing its FOI caseload if you could provide a response to this request by close of business, Friday 26 June 2020.

If you wish to discuss this matter further, please do not hesitate to contact the FOI section on the details below.

Yours sincerely,

FOI Officer
Freedom of Information
FOI and Records Management Branch | Data Division
Corporate and Enabling Group
Department of Home Affairs | Email: [DIBP request email]

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From: Sumsi Timonda

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Dear FOI Officer,

This is in reference to your email of June 22 (FOI FA 20/05/00980) requesting an extension of the timeframe. I have absolutely no problem in waiting until 24 July 2020.

Yours sincerely,

Sumsi Timonda

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