A person who is or will be refused admission to a State by its authorities.
- Definition by IATA
Inadmissible Persons are largely AIRLINE RESPONSIBILITY..
- Source: ICAO Regional Facilitation Seminar 2014
IACO BEST PRACTICE
“Contracting States that have reason to believe that an inadmissible person might offer resistance to his removal shall inform the aircraft operator concerned as far in advance as possible of scheduled departure so that the aircraft operator can take precautions to ensure the security of the flight”.
- ICAO Annex 9 Standard
AIRLINE SECURITY BY ASHTREE INTERNATIONAL
CHECK & BALANCE
Generally, individuals resort to illicit means to circumvent normal document control measures implemented by the operating carrier and / or controls implemented by States at their borders.
Using genuine travel documents issued to another person and as such will be considered as undocumented upon arrival at the port of entry.
STATE REFUSED ENTRY
States can still refuse admission to persons who are
in possession of all required documents, and who
appear to the operating carrier to meet all other
conditions for entry and these reasons may include
for example, lack of funds and confidential information contained in a State’s border control database, and/or other pertinent factors.
WHY CHOOSE ASHTREE?
1. HIGHLY TRAINED
ASHTREE travel escorts are highly trained security individuals with a vast experience of law enforcement
and knowledge of air travel and ICAO/IATA regulations.
2. HIGHLY DIPLOMATIC & CUSTOMER ORIENTED
ASHTREE travel escorts both high and low profile targets.
3. COMPLIANT & SAFE
ASHTREE travel escorts carries out both security and safety functions. For the security role, this can mean regulatory compliance with immigration checkpoint authority by the airlines or investigations with the airport police with the airlines. For the safety role, this can mean for the remaining passengers on board and also for the inadmissible passenger returning to the country of origin.