Information related to Right to Know

Ben Fairless made this Freedom of Information request to Department of Home Affairs

This request has been withdrawn by the person who made it. There may be an explanation in the correspondence below.

From: Ben Fairless

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Dear Department of Immigration and Border Protection,

Can you please provide all emails that relate to the processing of requests from applicants via Right to Know?

Can you also provide any documents that relate to the use of the below quote in emails:

"I am not satisfied that the web address you have provided meets the requirement of ‘details of how notices under the FOI Act may be sent to the applicant’ (s.15(2)(c) of the FOI Act). Rather, the address you have provided appears to be an address for publication of correspondence on the internet."

I limit the timeframe of the request to the last 6 months, and specifically exclude duplicates.

It would be appreciated if the Department could consider processing this request under Administrative Access, as the Department has been warned by the OAIC for using this reason to unreasonably delay applicants making requests via Right to Know.

I'm happy to agree to an extension of 14 days, taking into account the Christmas Period.

Yours faithfully (and Merry Christmas),

Ben Fairless

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Information updated 17 November 2015

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Your email has been received by the Department of Immigration and Border
Protection’s Freedom of Information (FOI) Section.  This response is
verification that we have received your email. Please be aware that if
your query is addressed by this email, you will not receive a further
individual response.  Please do not send duplicate emails as this may
cause delays in processing.

 

If your request is a valid FOI request, the Department will contact you to
acknowledge your request. Please be aware that there has been a
significant increase in the number of FOI requests received and there may
be delays in the processing of your request.

 

Please note that the Department’s FOI Section does not process the
following types of requests:

 

Notification of Change in Circumstances

The FOI Section does not process these forms. You should resubmit Form
1022 to the office where you lodged your visa application or to the
nearest office of the Department.

 

Notification of incorrect answers

The FOI Section does not process these forms. You should resubmit Form
1023 to the office where you lodged your visa application or to the
nearest office of the Department.

 

Australian Citizenship Enquiries

The Department has an administrative process to assist individuals with
this type of request.  Please complete form 119, by clicking on the
following link:
[1]http://www.border.gov.au/Forms/Documents...
You may return the completed form and attachments to the Department by
mail. Please refer to page 8 of form 119 for details on where to send your
request.

 

Movement Records

The Department has an administrative process to assist individuals with
this type of request.  Please complete form 1359, by clicking on the
following link:
[2]http://www.border.gov.au/FormsAndDocumen....
You may return the completed form to the Department either by mail; or in
person, to your nearest office. Please refer to page 1 and 2 for details
on where to send your request.

 

Superannuation – Evidence of Immigration Status

The Department has an administrative process to assist individuals with
this type of request. Please complete form 1194, by clicking on the
following link:
[3]http://www.border.gov.au/Forms/Documents...
You may return the completed form to the Department either by email; post;
or fax. Please refer to page 1 for details on where to send your request.

 

Update Passport Details

If your query relates to a updating your address or passport details,
please refer to the following link:
[4]http://www.border.gov.au/Lega/Lega/Form/....

 

General Enquiries

If your enquiry is about visas, trade, or is general in nature, and does
not relate directly to a Freedom of Information request, you should
contact the department’s general enquiries line at the following link:
[5]http://www.border.gov.au/about/contact/m....

 

If your request does not relate directly to a Freedom of Information
request, and alternative contact details have been provided above, your
email will not be actioned by the FOI Section.

 

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Department of Immigration and Border Protection

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References: FA 15/12/01765; ADF2015/70046

 

Dear Mr Fairless

 

I refer to your recent FOI request seeking access to:

 

1.    Can you please provide all emails that relate to the processing of
requests from applicants via Right to Know?

 

2.    Can you also provide any documents that relate to the use of the
below quote in emails:

 

"I am not satisfied that the web address you have provided meets the
requirement of ‘details of how notices under the FOI Act may be sent to
the applicant’ (s.15(2)(c) of the FOI Act). Rather, the address you have
provided appears to be an address for publication of correspondence on the
internet."

 

I limit the timeframe of the request to the last 6 months, and
specifically exclude duplicates.

 

For reference purposes I have numbered your request. The purpose of this
email is to seek clarification from you on the extent of the scope for
this request.

 

Part 1

This part of your request can be read quite broadly and the Department is
unsure as to what documents/information it is you seek to access in
connection to this part. In particular it is not clear if it is your
intention to seek; copies of attachments to emails; internal Department
emails; and/or external emails i.e. between the Department and the Right
to Know applicants.

 

If you could provide some further clarification surrounding the specific
documents it is you wish to access this would be of assistance.

 

For your information the process involved in identifying these requests,
and the relevant documents attached to each of these requests would be
resource intensive. This is because there is no report available to
identify these types of request within our case management system. As a
result a key word search within a free text field would need to occur to
firstly identify any right to know email accounts, the results of this
largely depend on the data being entered into the free text field and
would only capture those requests where the email was not latter updated.
Secondly each entry identified with a right to know email account would
need to be reviewed to identify if the request fell within the specified
timeframe. Finally a search for the request TRIM file would need to be
conducted and relevant documents extracted from this file.

 

Therefore, if there were specific types of requests that you were
interested in and you could identify the FA reference numbers this would
assist in identifying relevant documents.

 

Part 2

This part of your request is specific and although the search and
retrieval process would take some time (as I have described above) there
are possibly two requests that I can recall that may be subject to this
part of your request. These requests involved individuals seeking access
to their personal records and/or the personal records of third parties
that they may have been representing.

 

I do not believe that these requests remain on the Right to Know website
and should you continue to seek access to these records I would ask that
you agree to remove the personal information from the scope of your
request. As a result this would mean that any personal information within
the emails could be redacted under s.22 of the FOI Act.

 

Alternatively, I can suggest that you revise this part of your request to
seek access to the updated template that the Department is using for these
cases.

 

Next Steps

Please consider the advice I have provided above and notify the
Department, in writing, how you would like to proceed with your request,
in particular please specify the types of emails you wish to access in
connection to this request. Please provide your response by close of
business Friday 8 January 2016.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Janelle Raineri

A/g Assistant Director | Freedom of Information Section

Access to Information | Information Management Task Force

Corporate Group

Department of Immigration and Border Protection

P: 02 6264 1580 

E: [email address]

 

Please note I am out of the office from 2:30 PM

 

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From: Ben Fairless

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Hi Janelle,

Thanks for coming back to me. I'll address each part in turn.

Part 1 Clarification
------------------------
- The request is for internal documents, including documents between the department and it's contractors, agents or solicitors that relate to how the Department handles FOI requests via the Right to Know website.
- The request specifically excludes documents that I have been provided in the past.

Part 2 Clarification
------------------------
I have performed a search using the Right to Know website using the search term "I am not satisfied that the web address you have provided" (the first part of the statement mentioned in Part 2. The search can be run by clicking this link: https://www.righttoknow.org.au/search/%2...

5 of these responses were sent on the 15h of June 2015. Of these, none of the applications relate to personal information:
https://www.righttoknow.org.au/request/m...
https://www.righttoknow.org.au/request/d...
https://www.righttoknow.org.au/request/u...
https://www.righttoknow.org.au/request/d...
https://www.righttoknow.org.au/request/c...

The above emails, sent by the Department, are in direct contradiction to a letter sent by Abigail Bradshaw, National Manager, Parliamentary and Executive Coordination Branch to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner on 25 July 2014 in response to a complaint that I made regarding this behaviour. In that letter, she states that "FOI officers have been instructed that RTK email addresses are to be treated as valid addresses for notice, as required by s.15(2)(c) of the FOI Act".

If it assists me in revising Part 2, I seek:
- Documents which relate to the decision to send emails to FOI applicants via Right to Know with the below statement:

"I am not satisfied that the web address you have provided meets the
requirement of ‘details of how notices under the FOI Act may be sent to
the applicant’ (s.15(2)(c) of the FOI Act). Rather, the address you have
provided appears to be an address for publication of correspondence on the
internet."

- A copy of the template(s) used to respond to requests that are not for personal information via Right to Know
- A copy of the template(s) used to respond to requests only for personal information via Right to Know
- A copy of any internal documents created which relate to the alteration of the instructions mentioned by Abigail Bradshaw in her letter of 25 July 2014.

Can you advise if this assists the Department in processing this request?

Yours sincerely,

Ben Fairless

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Your email has been received by the Department of Immigration and Border
Protection’s Freedom of Information (FOI) Section.  This response is
verification that we have received your email. Please be aware that if
your query is addressed by this email, you will not receive a further
individual response.  Please do not send duplicate emails as this may
cause delays in processing.

 

If your request is a valid FOI request, the Department will contact you to
acknowledge your request. Please be aware that there has been a
significant increase in the number of FOI requests received and there may
be delays in the processing of your request.

 

Please note that the Department’s FOI Section does not process the
following types of requests:

 

Notification of Change in Circumstances

The FOI Section does not process these forms. You should resubmit Form
1022 to the office where you lodged your visa application or to the
nearest office of the Department.

 

Notification of incorrect answers

The FOI Section does not process these forms. You should resubmit Form
1023 to the office where you lodged your visa application or to the
nearest office of the Department.

 

Australian Citizenship Enquiries

The Department has an administrative process to assist individuals with
this type of request.  Please complete form 119, by clicking on the
following link:
[1]http://www.border.gov.au/Forms/Documents...
You may return the completed form and attachments to the Department by
mail. Please refer to page 8 of form 119 for details on where to send your
request.

 

Movement Records

The Department has an administrative process to assist individuals with
this type of request.  Please complete form 1359, by clicking on the
following link:
[2]http://www.border.gov.au/FormsAndDocumen....
You may return the completed form to the Department either by mail; or in
person, to your nearest office. Please refer to page 1 and 2 for details
on where to send your request.

 

Superannuation – Evidence of Immigration Status

The Department has an administrative process to assist individuals with
this type of request. Please complete form 1194, by clicking on the
following link:
[3]http://www.border.gov.au/Forms/Documents...
You may return the completed form to the Department either by email; post;
or fax. Please refer to page 1 for details on where to send your request.

 

Update Passport Details

If your query relates to a updating your address or passport details,
please refer to the following link:
[4]http://www.border.gov.au/Lega/Lega/Form/....

 

General Enquiries

If your enquiry is about visas, trade, or is general in nature, and does
not relate directly to a Freedom of Information request, you should
contact the department’s general enquiries line at the following link:
[5]http://www.border.gov.au/about/contact/m....

 

If your request does not relate directly to a Freedom of Information
request, and alternative contact details have been provided above, your
email will not be actioned by the FOI Section.

 

Yours Sincerely

FOI Helpdesk

Freedom of Information Section

Department of Immigration and Border Protection

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References: FA 15/12/01765; ADF2015/70046

Dear Mr Fairless

Thank you for your clarification.

The Department will provide you with acknowledgement of this request shortly.

Yours sincerely

Janelle Raineri
A/g Assistant Director | Freedom of Information Section Access to Information | Information Management Task Force Corporate Group Department of Immigration and Border Protection
P: 02 6264 1580
E: [email address]

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Our references: FA 15/12/01765; ADF2015/70046

 

Dear Mr Fairless

 

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

 

Please be aware that the Department of Immigration and Border Protection
(the Department) has seen a significant increase in the number of FOI
requests received by this agency. As a result there are expected delays
involved with the processing of FOI requests at the present time.
Generally, requests will be processed in the order that they are received.
The Department will endeavour to finalise your request as quickly as
possible.

 

Exclusion of non-SES staff personal details and SES telephone contact
details

 

The Department’s policy is to exclude the personal details of officers not
in the Senior Executive Service (SES), as well as the mobile and work
telephone numbers of SES staff, contained in documents that fall within
scope of an FOI request. If you require names and contact details of
non-SES officers, or direct telephone numbers of SES staff, please inform
us so the decision maker may consider your request. Otherwise we will take
it that you agree to that information being excluded from the scope of
your request.

 

Please do not hesitate to contact me should you wish to discuss.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Janelle Raineri

A/g Assistant Director | Freedom of Information Section

Access to Information | Information Management Task Force

Corporate Group

Department of Immigration and Border Protection
P: 02 6264 1580 

E: [1][email address]

 

Please note I am out of the office from 2:30 PM

 

 

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From: Ben Fairless

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Dear FOI,

Can you advise how this request is coming along? I think I'm due a decision on Monday?

Yours sincerely,

Ben Fairless

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Our references: FA 15/12/01765; ADF2015/70046

Dear Mr Fairless

I refer to your enquiry below.

I apologise for the delay in the processing of your FOI request. The Department has seen a significant increase in the number of requests received. While I note that the request is outside the processing timeframes of the FOI Act the Department will continue to process the request.

To update you on the progress of the request I can advise that I have identified 9 FOI requests that would be subject to the scope of the request. Each of the these requests has a FOI file and I am awaiting an available officer to conduct a search of each of these files to identify the specific documents subject to your request.

The request will then be allocated to the next available FOI officer to undertake and assessment and a decision in accordance with the FOI Act.

Please feel free to contact me if you wish to seek an update on the status of your request.

Yours sincerely

Janelle Raineri
A/g Assistant Director | Freedom of Information Section Access to Information | Corporate Support Division Corporate Group Department of Immigration and Border Protection
P: 02 6264 1580
E: [email address]

Please note I am out of the office from 2:30 PM

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Our reference: MR16/00059

Your reference: FA 15/12/01765

 

Dear Mr Fairless

 

I write to provide you with an update with regards to your application for
IC review of a deemed refusal decision made by the Department of
Immigration and Border Protection. I apologise for the delay in contacting
you regarding this matter.

 

In response to your application for IC review, our office has been
corresponding with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection to
clarify the status of your FOI request. The Department has recently
advised that they expect a decision will be made on your request by 29
April 2016.

 

I will follow up with you following the Department’s substantive decision
to see if it satisfies your request.

 

Please contact me on 02 9284 9731 should you have any questions at this
stage.

 

Kind regards

 

Timothy Fleming| Investigations Officer

Office of the Australian Information Commissioner

Level 3, 175 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2000

GPO Box 5218 Sydney NSW 2001 |www.oaic.gov.au

Phone:  +61 2 9284 9731

Fax: +61 2 9284 9666

Email: [email address]

 

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Our reference: MR16/00059

Agency reference: FA 15/12/01765

Ben Fairless

Dear Mr Fairless

Your application for IC review of an FOI decision

I write with regards to your application for IC review of a deemed access
refusal decision by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection
(DIBP) under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (the FOI Act).

The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) is currently
considering your IC review application and conducting inquiries with the
DIBP. The Office has sent a notice to the DIBP requiring that they provide
you with an actual decision by 30 June 2016.

Once the decision is made our office will follow up with you to see if the
decision satisfies your request.

 

If you would like to discuss this matter in the meantime, please contact
the Enquiries Line on 1300 363 992 and quote the reference number above.

Yours sincerely

 

Timothy Fleming| Investigations Officer

Office of the Australian Information Commissioner

Level 3, 175 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2000

GPO Box 5218 Sydney NSW 2001 |www.oaic.gov.au

Phone:  +61 2 9284 9731

Fax: +61 2 9284 9666

Email: [1][email address]

 

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Our references: FA15/12/01765; ADF2015/70046

 

Dear Mr Fairless

 

I refer to your FOI request received on 25 December 2016, seeking access
to documents about the processing of FOI requests from applicants via the
Right to Know website.  (Please see the attached letter for the full scope
of the request).

 

The Department has made a decision on this request. Please see attached
the signed decision letter, decision record and documents released under
the FOI Act.

 

This request has now been closed.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Regards,

 

Karen Tulloch
Freedom of Information Section

Department of Immigration and Border Protection
Email: [1][email address]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Our reference: MR16/00059

Agency reference: FA 15/12/01765

 

Dear Mr Fairless

 

I refer to your application for IC review of a deemed decision made by the
Department of Immigration and Border Protection under the Freedom of
Information Act 1982 (FOI Act).

 

I wish to inform you that I have been allocated as the case officer for
your matter.

 

We understand that the Department provided you with a decision on 28 June
2016, releasing 1 document to you in full.

 

We would be grateful if you could advise by COB 19 July 2016:

ž   whether this decision satisfies your FOI request and you wish to
withdraw your IC review application; or

ž   whether you wish to continue with your IC review, and if so provide an
explanation as to which aspects of the decision you disagree with.

 

Kind regards

 

Shelley Napper | Investigation and Review Officer | FOI Dispute Resolution

Office of the Australian Information Commissioner

GPO Box 5218 SYDNEY NSW 2001 | [1]www.oaic.gov.au

Phone:  +61 2 9284 9721 | Email: [2][email address]

 

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Our reference: MR16/00059

Agency reference: FA 15/12/01765

 

Dear Mr Fairless

 

Please find attached our letter of today’s date.

 

Kind regards,

 

Shelley Napper | Investigation and Review Officer | FOI Dispute Resolution

Office of the Australian Information Commissioner

GPO Box 5218 SYDNEY NSW 2001 | [1]www.oaic.gov.au

Phone:  +61 2 9284 9721 | Email: [2][email address]

 

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From: Shelley Napper
Sent: Tuesday, 5 July 2016 4:11 PM
To: '[FOI #1454 email]'
<[FOI #1454 email]>
Subject: RE: MR16/00059 [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

 

Our reference: MR16/00059

Agency reference: FA 15/12/01765

 

Dear Mr Fairless

 

I refer to your application for IC review of a deemed decision made by the
Department of Immigration and Border Protection under the Freedom of
Information Act 1982 (FOI Act).

 

I wish to inform you that I have been allocated as the case officer for
your matter.

 

We understand that the Department provided you with a decision on 28 June
2016, releasing 1 document to you in full.

 

We would be grateful if you could advise by COB 19 July 2016:

ž   whether this decision satisfies your FOI request and you wish to
withdraw your IC review application; or

ž   whether you wish to continue with your IC review, and if so provide an
explanation as to which aspects of the decision you disagree with.

 

Kind regards

 

Shelley Napper | Investigation and Review Officer | FOI Dispute Resolution

Office of the Australian Information Commissioner

GPO Box 5218 SYDNEY NSW 2001 | [4]www.oaic.gov.au

Phone:  +61 2 9284 9721 | Email: [5][email address]

 

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Our reference: MR16/00059

Agency reference: FA 15/12/01765

 

Dear Mr Fairless

 

Please find attached our letter of today’s date.

 

Kind regards,

 

Shelley Napper | Investigation and Review Officer | FOI Dispute Resolution

Office of the Australian Information Commissioner

GPO Box 5218 SYDNEY NSW 2001 | [1]www.oaic.gov.au

Phone:  +61 2 9284 9721 | Email: [2][email address]

 

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