(1) In this regulation:
"officer " includes a clearance officer.
(2) This regulation applies to:
(a) a person who is an overseas passenger:
(i) arriving on board a vessel at a port in Australia in the course of, or at the conclusion of, an overseas flight or an overseas voyage; or
(ii) leaving Australia on board a vessel bound for or calling at a place outside Australia; and
(b) a person on board an aircraft arriving at, or departing from, an airport in Australia, being an aircraft operated by an international air carrier;
(c) a person included in a class of persons set out in an item in Part 1 of Schedule 9, being an item in which the word "no" appears in column 4; and
(d) a person who, under regulation 3.06, is not required to complete a passenger card; and
(e) a person who enters Australia:
(i) on a non-military ship; and
(ii) as a member of the crew of that non-military ship, or as a member of the family unit of a member of the crew of that non-military ship.
(3) A person to whom this regulation applies who is arriving in Australia must:
(a) complete a passenger card:
(i) in relation to the person and to any other person that person is in charge of on the relevant flight or voyage; and
(ii) in accordance with directions set out on the passenger card; and
(b) provide the completed passenger card to an officer.
(4) An officer may require a person to whom this regulation applies to provide to the officer information about that person in respect of any of the following matters:
(b) date of birth and country of birth;
(d) sex, and marital or relationship status;
(e) usual occupation;
(f) passport number;
(g) if the person is not:
(i) an Australian citizen; or
(ii) a person who is eligible for the grant of a Special Category visa; or
(iii) a person who will on entry be taken to hold a special purpose visa;
the number of the Australian visa held by the person;
(h) flight number of aircraft or name of ship in relation to the relevant flight or voyage;
(i) country in which the person boarded, or intends to disembark from, the aircraft or ship;
(j) if the person is entering Australia--the intended address of the person in Australia.