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MIGRATION REGULATIONS 1994 - REG 3.03AA

Evidence of identity and providing information--non-military ships (Act s 166)

             (1)  This regulation applies to a person who is the holder of a Maritime Crew (Temporary) (Class ZM) visa.

Note:          This regulation does not apply to holders of a Subclass 988 (Maritime Crew) visa who are petroleum export tanker crew members: see item 12 of Part 2 of Schedule 9.

             (2)  For paragraph 166(1)(b) of the Act, the information is as much of the information in the table as is required by a clearance officer:

 

Item

Information

If the person arrives in Australia on a non-military ship

101

a document that identifies the person as being a member of the crew of the non-military ship on which the person arrived (for example, a contract of employment, a crew list, a supernumerary crew list or a seafarer identity card)

102

a document that indicates that the person is a member of the family unit of a member of the crew of a non-military ship (for example, a marriage certificate, a birth certificate or an adoption certificate)

104

a statement from the master, owner, agent, charterer or operator of a non-military ship that the person is:

(a) a member of the crew of the non-military ship; or

(b) a member of the family unit of a member of the crew of the non-military ship; or

(c) a member of the family unit of a person who is under an offer to become a member of the crew of the non-military ship

105

any information mentioned in subregulation 3.01(4)

If the person arrives in Australia by air

201

a document that indicates the person is under an offer to become a member of the crew of a non-military ship (a prospective member of the crew )

202

a document that indicates that the person is a member of the family unit of:

(a) a member of the crew of a non-military ship; or

(b) a prospective member of the crew;

(for example, a marriage certificate, a birth certificate or an adoption certificate)

204

a statement from the master, owner, agent, charterer or operator of a non-military ship that the person is:

(a) a prospective member of the crew; or

(b) a member of the family unit of a member of the crew of the non-military ship; or

(c) a member of the family unit of a person who is a prospective member of the crew

205

any information mentioned in subregulation 3.01(4)

             (3)  For subsection 166(3) of the Act, if the person enters Australia as:

                     (a)  a member of the crew on a non-military ship; or

                     (b)  a member of the family unit of a member of the crew of a non-military ship;

the requirements relating to passenger cards in subregulations 3.03(3) and (4) do not apply in relation to the person.



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