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Request for international movement records
Department of Home Affairs
Important – Please read this information carefully before you
complete your request. Once you have completed your request
we strongly advise that you keep a copy for your records.
Who should complete this request
Complete this request if you are seeking:
• your own international movements record(s) (where the
request includes records after 1981);
• another person’s international movements record(s)
(where the request includes records after 1981) AND you
have their written authorisation.
If you require movements records prior to 1981 please contact
the National Australian Archives www.naa.gov.au
Proof of identity
All requests should attach a scanned colour copy or a certified
copy of a photographic identity document, such as a passport
or drivers licence. Certified copies are stamped as being true
copies of the original by an authorised person.
An authorised person includes a solicitor, migration agent,
Justice of the Peace or a Commonwealth Public Servant with
5 years service.
Can another person make a request on your behalf?
If you ask another person, such as a solicitor or migration agent
to make a request on your behalf, you will need to provide
written authority, by completing Part C, allowing that person
to act on your behalf. The Department of Home Affairs (the
Department) can contact that person about your request and
send that person your documents.
If you change your solicitor or migration agent, it is important
that you advise the Department. If you nominate a solicitor or
migration agent to act on your behalf, the documents will be
sent to that person.
Are you seeking information about another person?
To assist the Department in providing information about
another person to you, you should seek that person’s written
consent at Part C. As the applicant your details will need to
be provided at Part A, and Part B should be completed with
details of the movement information you are seeking for the
named person at Part C. Both parties must provide scanned
colour copies or certified copies of the photographic identity.
Where to submit the request
Requests should be emailed to
email@example.com for records
If you are living overseas, send it to the closest Australian
mission. These offices will arrange for your request to be
processed. For international movement records before 1981,
please contact the National Australian Archives
Please ensure all required documents are submitted with your
request. See Part E – Checklist.
Important information about privacy
Your personal information is protected by law, including the
Privacy Act 1988. Important information about the collection,
use and disclosure (to other agencies and third parties,
including overseas entities) of your personal information,
including sensitive information, is contained in form 1442i
Privacy notice. Form 1442i is available from the Department’s
website www.homeaffairs.gov.au/allforms/ or offices of the
Department. You should ensure that you read and understand
form 1442i before completing this form.
Compliments and complaints
Your compliments, complaints and suggestions are valuable to
the Department and will improve our products and services.
To provide compliments or complaints about any of the
Department’s services, telephone the Global Feedback Unit
on 133 177 (toll free in Australia) during business hours,
visit the Department’s website www.homeaffairs.gov.au
or contact the Department directly at your nearest office or
Australian mission overseas.
If you are not happy with how the Department has handled
your complaint you can contact the Commonwealth
Telephone 1300 362 072 (local call charge) 9am to 5pm,
Monday to Friday
Telephone 131 881 during business hours
in Australia to speak to an operator (recorded
information available outside these hours).
If you are outside Australia, please contact
your nearest Australian mission.
Please keep this information page for your reference