UK Immigration & Liaison officer / Power to offload/ data protection act/ SOP and Rules to justify offloading

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Dear European Commission Data Protection Officer,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

Subject: UK Immigration & Liaison officer / Power to offload/ data protection act/ SOP and Rules to justify offloading

Sir,

1) Please share the rules/SOPs and power to offload at overseas airport for
UK bound passenger who are travelling back to UK with valid UK Visa and valid travel document .

2) What are the checks / SOPs that need to consider before replying / endorsing the visa validity inquire made by out of UK / EU country initiated by third country's/ out of UK /EU , Immigration Authority.

3) What are the powers and mandate / SOPS of Immigration Liaison Office in relation to verify the UK bound passenger who is travelling to UK with valid visa

4) Under what authority Immigration Liaison Office operate and accountable

5) Can they endorse after the event for e.g. 15 days after the offloading / detention of a UK bound passenger that the UK visa was not valid. without physical examination of passport and without considering important to consider the accurate information as appear on passport / visa like for example visa valid from date / and visa valid till date.

Yours faithfully,

Syed Kamran

Dear European Commission Data Protection Officer,

Sir,
I am still looking for your kind reply on my general request.
The items are General Rules, Powers, SOPs and Data Protection Rules
related to, UK bound passenger's

1) Who are already holding UK valid Visa, checks at third country's Airport .
2) - Please share Rules / Guidance and mandate to offloading a passenger at overseas airport / out of UK.
3) - Effective in time duration, Jan - Mar 2015.
4) - Rules of visa verification and what data [for example visa issuance date]
is required to justify that the passenger's visa is valid or not
5) How the communication under data protection act can be challenged, if it is sent to overseas -out of UK third country. and where this information can be challenge if one feel that visa verification on e-mail process and information out come its not correct .

Thank You
Yours faithfully,
Syed Kamran

Data Protection Officer

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Dear M Kamran,
 
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Best regards,
 
ACCESS TO DOCUMENTS TEAM
European Commission
Secretariat General
Unit B4 - Transparency
 
 

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- UK Immigration & Liaison officer / Power to offload/ data protection
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Dear Mr Kamran,

 

Your request to the Data Protection Officer has been transferred to me for
replying to you.  Please note that your request will be treated as a
request for information, and has been transferred to the relevant
department which will give you an answer within 15 working days, in
accordance with the code of good administrative conduct.

 

I have noticed that you made a similar request on 12.01.2017 to the
European agency FRONTEX which replied to you on the same day.  You also
made a similar request to the Directorate-General Migration and Home
Affairs on 30.01.2017, which then asked you to provide a valid address to
register your request.  To our knowledge, you have not replied yet and the
Directorate-General Migration and Home Affairs could thus not register
your request.  On 21.02.2017, you have made a similar request to the Data
Protection Officer who is now sending your request to us, at DG Migration
and Home Affairs.

 

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Best regards,

European Commission

DG Migration and Home Affairs

Access to Documents Team

 

 

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