To [name of person or organisation, address]
I, [name], an immigration officer, have good cause to suspect that you are in possession of a passport/certificate of identity/or other documentary evidence of identity* relating to [full name], who is, or who I have good cause to suspect is, liable for deportation or turnaround under the Immigration Act 2009.
If you are in possession of the above document(s), then, pursuant to section 281A of the Immigration Act 2009, I require you to surrender it/them* by—
giving it/them* to me now; or
delivering it/them* personally to the address below within 7 days of the date of this certificate; or
posting it/them* by registered post to the address below within 7 days of the date of this certificate.†
|†Note: If you use registered post, you must keep evidence that you have posted the document(s).|
Attention of: [name of immigration officer]
If you are in possession of the above document(s) and you do not surrender it/them* to me in accordance with this certificate, you are liable to prosecution and a fine under section 344(a) of the Immigration Act 2009.
Surrendering a document in accordance with this certificate does not expose you to any legal liability. This is because, under section 281A(2) of the Immigration Act 2009, no action lies in any court in respect of the surrender of a document that you are required by this certificate to surrender.