Number of people awaiting to attend an Australian Citizenship ceremony at Ipswich City Council

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Dear Department of Home Affairs,

I would like to know the total number of applicants, as at 8 November 2021, that have been approved for Australian Citizenship and are now waiting to attend a Citizenship Ceremony in the Ipswich City Council.

Yours faithfully,
AJ

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Dear AJ,
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I refer to your correspondence received on 7 November 2021 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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I would like to know the total number of applicants, as at 8 November 2021, that have been approved for Australian Citizenship and are now waiting to attend a Citizenship Ceremony in the Ipswich City Council.

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FOI Request:      FA21/11/00356

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Dear AJ,

 

I refer to your FOI request received on 7 November 2021.  

 

The Department has made a decision on this request. Please find attached
the decision record and any documents released under the FOI Act.  

 

This request has been closed in our system. 

 

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