Dear Immigration Department,

Please can you confirm if people entering Hong Kong are screened against Interpol databases?

Yours faithfully,

Paul Leonard

CSS, Immigration Department

Our reference: ImmD RM/6-5/10/2017/184(R)

Dear Sir,

We acknowledge receipt of your email dated 2 June 2017.  A reply will be
sent to you in due course.

Best regards,

WONG Kam-yee
for Director of Immigration

CSS, Immigration Department

Our reference: ImmD RM/6-5/10/2017/184(R)

Dear Sir,

        Thank you for your email of 2 June 2017.

        After careful consideration of your request, I must advise you
that we are not prepared to provide the information requested for the
reasons set out in paragraphs 2.3(b) and 2.6(e) of the Code on Access to
Information which state,

        2.3 (b) : Information the disclosure of which would harm or
prejudice Hong Kong’s security;
        2.6 (e) : Information the disclosure of which would harm or
prejudice the prevention, investigation and detection of crime and        
                offences, the apprehension or prosecution of offenders, or
the security of any detention facility or prison.
       
        If you are not satisfied with the above decision, you may ask the
Department to review the decision by writing to the Director of
Immigration at the following address or email to [1][Immigration Department request email].

Access to Information Officer
Immigration Department
                        23/F, Immigration Tower,
                        7 Gloucester Road,
                        Wan Chai, Hong Kong

        Alternatively, you may complain to the Ombudsman, whose address is

30/F, China Merchants Tower
Shun Tak Centre
168-200 Connaught Road Central
Hong Kong

Telephone: 2629 0555
Fax: 2882 8149

 Best regards,

     (WONG Kam-yee)
for Director of Immigration

References

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