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VIII.8. Council Directive 2004/82/Ec of 29 April 2004 on the Obligation of Carriers to Communicate Passenger Data Oj 2004 L261/24

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This chapter deals with the Council Directive 2004/82/EC of 29 April 2004 on the Obligation of Carriers to Communicate Passenger Data OJ 2004 L261/24. This Directive aims at improving border controls and combating illegal immigration by the transmission of advance passenger data by carriers to the competent national authorities. Member States shall take the necessary steps to establish an obligation for carriers to transmit at the request of the authorities responsible for carrying out checks on persons at external borders, by the end of check-in, information concerning the passengers they will carry to an authorised border crossing point through which these persons will enter the territory of a Member State. This Directive is addressed to the Member States in accordance with the Treaty establishing the European Community.

Keywords: European Community; Member State; passenger data



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