Active Client Border Alerts
The request was successful.
From: John Harpley
Dear Associate Minister of Immigration,
Upon denial of entry into New Zealand, by INZ at Auckland International Airport, is there an automatic Active Client Border Alert, Client Branch Warning and or Travel Document Alert placed within the said Client's file.
From: C Foss
On behalf of Hon Craig Foss, thank you for your e-mail.
While the Minister considers all correspondence to be important and all
messages are carefully read and considered, it is not possible to provide
a personal response to every e-mail which is received.
Where the Minister has portfolio or MP for Tukituki responsibility for the
issues that you have raised, your correspondence will be considered and
responded to where appropriate.
If you are inviting the Minister to attend an event you are organising,
our office will be in touch shortly.
From: Diana Loughnan
I refer to your Official Information Act request dated 09 June 2015 received by the Office of Hon Craig Foss, Associate Minister of Immigration, on the 09 June 2015.
This letter is to notify you that I am transferring your request to Immigration New Zealand. This transfer is occurring because the information to which your request relates is not held by this office.
Further correspondence on this request will therefore come to you from Immigration New Zealand directly. Please note the time limit for responding will be 20 working days from when Immigration New Zealand receive it.
If you have further requests for Official Information you may like to direct them to Immigration New Zealand at: [MBIE request email]
Private Secretary (Immigration/Small Business)
Office of Hon Craig Foss
Private Bag 18041 | Parliament Buildings | Wellington 6160 | New Zealand
Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment
Dear Mr Harpley,
Please find attached an acknowledgement letter regarding your recent
Official Information Act request.
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
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