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Identity Cards Bill
Schedule 1 — Information that may be recorded in Register

 

Schedules

Schedule 1

Section 3

 

Information that may be recorded in Register

Personal information

1          

The following may be recorded in an individual’s entry in the Register—

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(a)   

his full name;

(b)   

other names by which he is or has been known;

(c)   

his date of birth;

(d)   

his place of birth;

(e)   

his gender;

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(f)   

the address of his principal place of residence in the United

Kingdom;

(g)   

the address of every other place in the United Kingdom where he has

a place of residence;

(h)   

addresses (whether in the United Kingdom or elsewhere) where he

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has previously resided at any time during a prescribed period.

Identifying information

2          

The following may be recorded in an individual’s entry in the Register—

(a)   

a photograph of his head and shoulders;

(b)   

his signature;

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(c)   

his fingerprints;

(d)   

other biometric information about him.

Residential status

3          

The following may be recorded in an individual’s entry in the Register—

(a)   

his nationality;

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(b)   

his entitlement to remain in the United Kingdom;

(c)   

where that entitlement derives from a grant of leave to enter or

remain in the United Kingdom, the terms and conditions of that

leave.

Personal reference numbers etc.

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4     (1)  

The following may be recorded in an individual’s entry in the Register—

(a)   

his National Identity Registration Number;

(b)   

the number of any ID card issued to him;

(c)   

any national insurance number allocated to him;

 

 

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(d)   

the number of any immigration document relating to him;

(e)   

the number of any United Kingdom passport (within the meaning of

the Immigration Act 1971 (c. 77)) that has been issued to him;

(f)   

the number of any passport issued to him by or on behalf of the

authorities of a country or territory outside the United Kingdom or

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by or on behalf of an international organisation;

(g)   

the number of any document that can be used by him (in some or all

circumstances) instead of a passport;

(h)   

the number of any identity card issued to him by the authorities of a

country or territory outside the United Kingdom;

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(i)   

any reference number allocated to him by the Secretary of State in

connection with an application made by him for permission to enter

or to remain in the United Kingdom;

(j)   

the number of any work permit (within the meaning of the

Immigration Act 1971) relating to him;

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(k)   

any driver number given to him by a driving licence;

(l)   

the number of any designated document which is held by him and is

a document the number of which does not fall within any of the

preceding sub-paragraphs;

(m)   

the date of expiry or period of validity of a document the number of

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which is recorded by virtue of this paragraph.

      (2)  

In this paragraph “immigration document” means—

(a)   

a document used for confirming the right of a person under the

Community Treaties in respect of entry or residence in the United

Kingdom;

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(b)   

a document which is given in exercise of immigration functions and

records information about leave granted to a person to enter or to

remain in the United Kingdom; or

(c)   

a registration card (within the meaning of section 26A of the

Immigration Act 1971);

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and in paragraph (b) “immigration functions” means functions under the

Immigration Acts (within the meaning of the Asylum and Immigration

(Treatment of Claimants, etc.) Act 2004 (c. 19)).

      (3)  

In this paragraph “driving licence” means—

(a)   

a licence to drive a motor vehicle granted under Part 3 of the Road

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Traffic Act 1988 (c. 52); or

(b)   

a licence to drive a motor vehicle granted under Part 2 of the Road

Traffic (Northern Ireland) Order 1981 (S.I. 1981/154 (N.I. 1)).

Record history

5          

The following may be recorded in an individual’s entry in the Register—

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(a)   

information falling within the preceding paragraphs that has

previously been recorded about him in the Register;

(b)   

particulars of changes affecting that information and of changes

made to his entry in the Register;

(c)   

his date of death.

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Registration and ID card history

6          

The following may be recorded in an individual’s entry in the Register—

 

 

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(a)   

the date of every application for registration made by him;

(b)   

the date of every application by him for a modification of the

contents of his entry;

(c)   

the date of every application by him confirming the contents of his

entry (with or without changes);

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(d)   

the reason for any omission from the information recorded in his

entry;

(e)   

particulars (in addition to its number) of every ID card issued to him;

(f)   

whether each such card is in force and, if not, why not;

(g)   

particulars of every person who has countersigned an application by

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him for an ID card or a designated document, so far as those

particulars were included on the application;

(h)   

particulars of every notification given by him for the purposes of

regulations under section 13(1) (lost, stolen and damaged ID cards

etc.);

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(i)   

particulars of every requirement by the Secretary of State for the

individual to surrender an ID card issued to him.

Validation information

7          

The following may be recorded in the entry in the Register for an

individual—

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(a)   

the information provided in connection with every application by

him to be entered in the Register, for a modification of the contents

of his entry or for the issue of an ID card;

(b)   

the information provided in connection with every application by

him confirming his entry in the Register (with or without changes);

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(c)   

particulars of the steps taken, in connection with an application

mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b) or otherwise, for identifying the

applicant or for verifying the information provided in connection

with the application;

(d)   

particulars of any other steps taken or information obtained

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(otherwise than in connection with an application mentioned in

paragraph (a) or (b)) for ensuring that there is a complete, up-to-date

and accurate entry about that individual in the Register;

(e)   

particulars of every notification given by that individual for the

purposes of section 12.

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Security information

8          

The following may be recorded in the entry in the Register for an

individual—

(a)   

a personal identification number to be used for facilitating the

making of applications for information recorded in his entry, and for

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facilitating the provision of the information;

(b)   

a password or other code to be used for that purpose or particulars

of a method of generating such a password or code;

(c)   

questions and answers to be used for identifying a person seeking to

make such an application or to apply for or to make a modification

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of that entry.

 

 

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Records of provision of information

9          

The following may be recorded in the entry in the Register for an

individual—

(a)   

particulars of every occasion on which information contained in the

individual’s entry has been provided to a person;

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(b)   

particulars of every person to whom such information has been

provided on such an occasion;

(c)   

other particulars, in relation to each such occasion, of the provision

of the information.

Schedule 2

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Section 45

 

Repeals

 

Short title and chapter

Extent of repeal

 
 

Forgery and Counterfeiting Act

In section 5—

 
 

1981 (c. 45)

(a)   

subsection (5)(f) and (fa); and

 
   

(b)   

subsections (9) to (11).

 

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Asylum and Immigration

Section 3.

 
 

(Treatment of Claimants, etc.)

In section 14(2), the word “and” at the end of

 
 

Act 2004 (c. 19)

paragraph (o).

 
 

 

 
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