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Immigration compliance function, follow up audit : Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs
Bib ID 1688104
Format BookBook
Author
Australian National Audit Office
 
Description [Canberra] : Australian National Audit Office, c1997 
xvi, 65 p. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0644389362
Series

Australian National Audit Office. Audit report ; 1997-98, no. 7.

Notes

At head of title: The Auditor-General.

"Audit team : Paul Nicoll, Roger FitzGerald"--P. iv.

Includes index.

AGPS cat. no. 9707107.

Subjects Australia. - Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs - Auditing.  |  Illegal aliens - Australia.  |  Emigration and immigration law - Australia.  |  Compliance auditing - Australia.
Other authors/contributors Nicoll, Paul  |  Fitzgerald, Roger (Joseph Roger)  |  Australian National Audit Office

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