Dear Home Office

What data is captured in the fields on the UKBA Case Information Database (CID)?

BritCits

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Dear BritCits

28720 Freedom of Information request - CID (174415)

Thank you for your recent e mail concerning the above matter. We are dealing with your enquiry and will respond in due course.

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-----Original Message-----
From: BritCits [mailto:[FOI #174415 email]]
Sent: 25 August 2013 14:09
To: FOI Requests
Subject: Freedom of Information request - CID

Dear Home Office

What data is captured in the fields on the UKBA Case Information Database (CID)?

BritCits

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Freedom Of Information Team ( IND ), Home Office

Dear BritCits,

Thank you for your below enquiry, which as a general enquiry has been answered outside of the Freedom of Information Act.

The Case Information Database (CID) began in 2000. Both after-entry operational and caseworking actions are recorded on it.

The database contains personal data submitted as part of the application, and includes the main applicant's data and their dependants. The database also records outcomes of applications along with caseworking notes taken as part of the decision making process.

Yours sincerely,

Information Access Team

Information Management Services (IMS) | Home Office 12th Floor | Lunar House | 40 Wellesley Road | Croydon | CR9 2BY

 

-----Original Message-----
From: BritCits [mailto:[FOI #174415 email]]
Sent: 25 August 2013 14:09
To: FOI Requests
Subject: Freedom of Information request - CID

Dear Home Office

What data is captured in the fields on the UKBA Case Information Database (CID)?

BritCits

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Dear Freedom Of Information Team ( IND ),

My question - to be answered within the FOI Act, or outside if you prefer, is for details of this data.

So for applicant and their dependants, what does the CID capture: First name, Surname, Sex, Nationality, DOB etc.

And any other such information e.g. decision (when made, sent to applicant, details of sponsor) etc.

Yours sincerely,

BritCits

Freedom Of Information Team ( IND ), Home Office

Thank you for contacting the UK Border Agency Freedom of Information Team.

The Freedom of Information (FoI) Act 2000 provides public access to any
recorded information held by public authorities
If you have submitted a valid FoI request, we will acknowledge your
request within 24 hours, and aim to provide the information requested
within 20 working days as specified under the FoI Act.

The Act does not give people access to their own personal data
(information about themselves). If you require information that a public
authority holds about you, you must make a Subject Access Request under
the Data Protection Act 1998. You can find further details on how to do
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http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/naviga...

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comprehensive website at www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk.

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Freedom Of Information Team ( IND ), Home Office

Dear BritCits,

I believe we have answered your question.

Personal data would include the details you have listed.

And the outcome would include details of the outcome.

Yours sincerely,

Information Access Team

-----Original Message-----
From: BritCits [mailto:[FOI #174415 email]]
Sent: 30 August 2013 14:45
To: Freedom Of Information Team ( IND )
Subject: Re: 28720: Freedom of Information request - CID

Dear Freedom Of Information Team ( IND ),

My question - to be answered within the FOI Act, or outside if you prefer, is for details of this data.

So for applicant and their dependants, what does the CID capture: First name, Surname, Sex, Nationality, DOB etc.

And any other such information e.g. decision (when made, sent to applicant, details of sponsor) etc.

Yours sincerely,

BritCits

-----Original Message-----

Dear BritCits,

Thank you for your below enquiry, which as a general enquiry has been answered outside of the Freedom of Information Act.

The Case Information Database (CID) began in 2000. Both after-entry operational and caseworking actions are recorded on it.

The database contains personal data submitted as part of the application, and includes the main applicant's data and their dependants. The database also records outcomes of applications along with caseworking notes taken as part of the decision making process.

Yours sincerely,

Information Access Team

Information Management Services (IMS) | Home Office 12th Floor | Lunar House | 40 Wellesley Road | Croydon | CR9 2BY

 

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Dear Freedom Of Information Team ( IND ),

You have not answered my question. From your response, I understand what some of the cells contain information on. I am asking for information on all the cells within the CID. No doubt there is also an address cell, which is not mentioned by you, indicating you are not providing me with a complete answer as I suspect there are others like that - which is exactly what I am seeking clarification on.

Yours sincerely,

BritCits

Freedom Of Information Team ( IND ), Home Office

Thank you for contacting the UK Border Agency Freedom of Information Team.

The Freedom of Information (FoI) Act 2000 provides public access to any
recorded information held by public authorities
If you have submitted a valid FoI request, we will acknowledge your
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within 20 working days as specified under the FoI Act.

The Act does not give people access to their own personal data
(information about themselves). If you require information that a public
authority holds about you, you must make a Subject Access Request under
the Data Protection Act 1998. You can find further details on how to do
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http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/naviga...

We are unable to respond to other types of immigration enquiries or
general correspondence. For further information please visit our
comprehensive website at www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk.

Freedom of Information Act Policy Team
UK Border Agency

 

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Dear Home Office,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Home Office's handling of my FOI request 'CID'.

Several months and still no response. I have asked for data captured within CID which should be a list of the column/row headings.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/cid

Yours faithfully,

BritCits

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Dear FOI Requests,

I would like to cancel this internal review request.

Yours sincerely,

BritCits

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I will like to know when you are removed from UK, thus that mean you can't travel to any country again? A person who was removed without criminal records but overstayed and by Home Office Expenses

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