BRAIC handles your personal data with the utmost care. Personal data is information that can be traced to an individual, such as names, postal addresses and email addresses. Personal data is protected under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Processing of personal data
BRAIC processes personal data in order to carry out its public tasks.
These tasks may require BRAIC to share information, including your personal data, with other organisations. It does so on the basis of the principles set out in the GDPR. For instance, the ministry may need to share information with other government agencies for the purposes of consular processes, examining travel document irregularities, or in the context of a criminal investigation.
Information about data processing
In principle, BRAIC will inform you if it intends to process your data.
Protecting personal data
BRAIC will ensure that your personal data is appropriately protected.
Retention period for personal data
BRAIC will retain your personal data no longer than is necessary for the purpose concerned or is required under the Public Records Act.
Your privacy rights
You can submit a request in any of the following situations, if you wish to:
• know which personal data of yours the ministry is processing;
• amend your personal data;
• have your personal data deleted;
• limit the processing of your personal data;
• lodge an objection.