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MINISTRY OF THE INTERIOR

Pursuant to Article 68 of the Asylum Act (OG 103/03.), the Minister of the Interior hereby passes the

ORDINANCE

ON FORMS AND RECORD-KEEPING ON ASYLUM SEEKERS, ASYLEES AND ALIENS UNDER TEMPORARY PROTECTION

I. GENERAL PROVISIONS

Article 1

This Ordinance regulates the content and appearance of the application form for asylum, aslyees’ personal identity cards, asylum seekers’ identity cards, identity cards for aliens under temporary protection, asylees’ travel documents, the certificate of the expressed intention to submit an application for asylum, the certificate of submitting an application for asylum, as well as the manner of keeping records on asylum seekers, asylees and aliens under temporary protection, records on travel and other documents issued, and records on fingerprints taken and photographs of asylum seekers and aliens under temporary protection.

Article 2

The application form for asylum shall be printed in Croatian and English.

The application form for asylum shall be translated into a language the asylum seeker understands.

The application form for asylum shall be completed in the language it is printed in or the language it is translated into.

Personal identity cards for asylees, identity cards of aliens under temporary protection, application forms for the issuance/replacement of personal identity cards for asylees, certificates of submitting an application for the issuance of a personal identity card for an asylee, the application form for the issuance/replacement/extension of a travel document for an asylee, and the application form for registration/cancellation of residence, the town and address - shall be printed in two languages: Croatian and English.

Travel documents for asylees shall be printed in three languages: Croatian, English and French.

Article 3

The details on the identity card for asylum seekers, identity cards for aliens under temporary protection, travel documents for asylees and personal identity cards for asylees shall be completed by machine.

II. CERTIFICATE ON THE EXPRESSED INTENT TO SUBMIT
AN APPLICATION FOR ASYLUM

Article 4

The certificate shall be issued to a alien who expresses his/her intent to submit an application for asylum, as defined in Article 8 paragraphs 2 and 3 of the Asylum Act,  and an official record shall be made of this .

The certificate referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article shall contain the name and surname of the alien, his/her date of birth, place and state  of birth, citizenship, sex, the town, address and the deadline within which the alien is obliged to report in order to submit the application for asylum, and the signature of an official person.

Article 5

The official note referred to in Article 4, paragraph 1 of this Ordinance shall be drawn up by a police officer from the local police administration/police station (hereinafter: competent authority).

The official note shall contain the name and surname, sex, place and state of birth, citizenship, the address of the last residence, information on identification documents that are owned by the alien, the place, date and time of entry, or when found, the manner of crossing the state border, information on possessions and documents owned by the alien, and other relevant information discovered in the course of the procedure.

The official note shall be submitted, without delay, to the Reception Centre for Asylum Seekers (hereinafter: the Reception Centre), and the information from the official note shall be recorded in the prescribed records of the competent authority.

If necessary, in dealings with the alien who expresses his/her intent to submit an application for asylum, the presence of an interpreter shall be ensured if he/she does not understand the local language.

After the official note has been drawn up, the alien shall be sent to the Reception Centre.

If the alien does not possess any financial resources, the competent authority shall provide transportation costs to the Reception Centre.

III. APPLICATION FOR ASYLUM

Article 6

The application form for asylum (hereinafter: Form 1) shall be white-coloured and 21x29.7 cm in size.

Form 1 shall contain space for entering  the surname, former surname, name, nickname, date of birth, sex, place and state of birth, citizenship, mother tongue and other languages he/she speaks, nationality, tribe affiliation, religion/religious affiliation, last permanent residence and residence address in the country of origin, information on the persons from his/her  household, occupation and vocation, information on military conscription, information on marital status, the spouse, children, parents, brothers and sisters, relatives and acquaintances in the Republic of Croatia, family members accompanying the asylum seeker, other persons who have come to the Republic of Croatia together with him/her, members of his/her family who live outside the country of origin, information on his/her reasons for leaving the country of origin, details on punishment, affiliation to a political party or organization, consequences of any return to the country of origin, details on the manner of leaving the country of origin, date of leaving the country of origin, information on the documents that he/she had with him/her when leaving the country of origin, information on previous applications  for asylum, on the countries  that he/she stayed in after leaving the country of origin, date of entry into the Republic of Croatia, place and manner of entry, identity documents, financial resources, health problems, text on the final statement, the date and place of submitting application, the signature of the asylum applicant, the signature of the official person, space for information to be completed  by the official person and space for a photograph.

The application for asylum shall be submitted personally and filled in in the presence of an official person from the Reception Centre.

The application for asylum can be also recorded as minutes. Recording the application for asylum as minutes is obligatory when the objective circumstances prevent the receipt of the application using Form 1.

The application form for asylum shall be printed in Croatian and English along with this Ordinance, and shall be an integral part of it.   

Article 7

A certificate, completed by the Reception Centre, shall be issued to an asylum seeker who has submitted an application for asylum. 

The certificate referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article shall contain space for entering the name of the competent authority issuing the certificate, the date of issue, the surname, name, sex, date of birth, place and state of birth, the citizenship of the asylum seeker, the date of submitting the application, accommodation address, signature of the official person and a space for the official seal.

The certificate referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article shall also serve as evidence that an application for asylum has been submitted. 

IV. TRAVEL AND OTHER DOCUMENTS

1. Asylum Seekers’ Identity Card

Article 8

The form of the asylum seekers’ identity card (hereinafter: Form 2) shall be polychromous, be rectangular in shape, and 10.5x7 cm.

Form 2 shall contain the coat of arms of the Republic of Croatia, the title “The Republic of Croatia”, the title “Asylum Seeker Identity Card ”, the identity card serial number, space for entering the surname, name, sex, citizenship, date of birth, place and state of birth and space for a coloured-photograph, sized 3x3.5 cm.

The reverse side of Form 2 shall contain space for entering the place and residence address, the name of the issuing authority, the date of issue, expiry date, area or the address to which the asylum seeker’s movement is restricted, the signature of the identity card owner and space for the official seal.

The Asylum Seeker Identity Card shall be issued by the Reception Centre within three days from the day of the submission of the application for asylum. 

The Asylum Seeker Identity Card of shall be issued with an expiry date of up to twelve months.

If there is any change in the information contained in the asylum seeker identity card, a new identity card shall be issued.

The official identifying seal, made of metal pigment, shall be stamped into the plastic foil of the asylum seeker identity card, across the photograph. The official identifying seal shall contain the title “The Republic of Croatia” and the coat of arms of the Republic of Croatia.

Article 9

For every asylum seeker identity card issued the file-card of the issued identity card should be filled (hereinafter: Form 3).

Article 10

Form 3 shall be white in colour and sized 10x15 cm.

Form 3 shall contain space for a photograph, a print of the right forefinger of the asylum seeker or of his/her immediate family member, the name of the issuing authority of the identity card, the surname, name, identity card serial number, date of birth, place and state of birth, sex, citizenship, place and address, date of issue, expiry date, and number and type of identification document.

For the purposes of this Ordinance, the immediate family member of an asylum seeker are considered to be spouses, minor children that have not established their own families, as well as the parents or legal representatives of minor children.

On the reverse side of Form 3 there shall be space for entering the date of delivery of the identity card, the signature of the identity card recipient, the signature of the official person and a space for remarks.

2. Asylee Personal Identity Cards

Article 11

Asylee Personal Identity Cards shall be issued by the competent authority according to the asylee`s place of residence within thirty days from the day of submitting the application.

The form of the asylee personal identity card (hereinafter: Form 4) shall be multicoloured, rectangular in shape, sized 8.56x5.38 cm and made of a polycarbonate material.

Form 4 shall contain the coat of arms of the Republic of Croatia, the title “The Republic of Croatia”, the title “Identity Card for Foreign Nationals ”, the personal identity card serial number, space for entering the surname, name, sex, citizenship, date of birth, date of expiry of the identity card and space for a photograph and the person’s signature.

The reverse side of Form 4 shall contain space for entering the place and state of birth, residence and address, status of the alien, the name of the issuing authority of the personal identity card, the date of issue and details for machine reading.

On the reverse side of Form 4, in the section “status of the alien”, the word “asylee” should be entered.

On the reverse side of Form 4, there is the sign for the asylee personal identity card Braille: “PICA”.

Article 12

Form 4, shall contain information on gender with the sign “F” for females, and “M” for males.

Entering information into Form 4 shall be performed in accordance with the international standards for machine reading of documents.

Article 13

The application form for the issuance or replacement of an asylee personal identity card for (hereinafter: Form 5) shall be light-green in colour and sized 21x29.7 cm.

Form 5 shall contain space for entering the surname, name, surnames and names of parents, date of birth, place and state of birth, citizenship, sex, place of residence and address, place and date of submitting application, the number and date of the document recognising asylee status and the asylee`s signature.

The reverse side of Form 5 shall contain space for entering enclosures with the application, reasons for replacement of the identity card, the signature of the official person and remarks.

When the asylee personal identity card is handed over to the asylee, the competent authority shall cancel his/her asylum seeker identity card.

The reverse side of Form 5 shall be filled in by an official person of the competent authority.

Article 14

With the application form referred to in Article 13 of this Ordinance, two coloured photographs should be enclosed of 3.5x4.5 cm in size, a copy of the document recognising asylee status and a copy of the asylum seeker identity card when submitting the application for the first time. 

The photographs shall be made on white, glossy, thin photo-paper. They shall not be corrected (retouched) or made using self-photographing equipment. 

Person shall be photographed in full face, with a bare forehead, without any headwear (hat, cap, head scarf), and in such a way that 70-80% of height of the photograph shall show the person’s head from the chin to the top of the head.

By means of an exception to paragraph 3 of this Article, persons who, according to their folk customs, wear a headscarf or a cap as an integral part of their folk costume, can enclose a photograph in which they are wearing a headscarf or  cap. 

Article 15

The application form for the technical production of an asylee personal identity card (hereinafter: Form 6) shall be white in colour and sized 21x29.7 cm.

Form 6 shall contain space for entering the registration number, the serial number of the asylee personal identity card, the name of the competent authority, the surname, name, date of birth, place and state of birth, citizenship, date of issue, sex, place of residence and address, asylee status, the expiry date of the asylee personal identity card, the asylee`s signature and a space for a photograph.

Article 16

For each asylee personal identity card, issued or replaced,  record shall be made on a file-card  on the asylee personal identity card issued (hereinafter: Form 7).

Form 7 shall be white in colour and sized 10x21.5 cm.

Form 7 shall contain space for a photograph and a print of the asylee`s right hand forefinger, and space for entering the name of the competent authority, the surname, name, the serial number of the personal identity card, number and date of the document on recognition of asylee status, date of birth, sex, citizenship, place of residence and address, date of issue, expiry date and the number and type of identification document.

The reverse side of Form 7 shall contain space for entering the date of handing over the personal identity card, the signature of the recipient of the personal identity card, the signature of the official person and remarks.

Article 17

The competent authority shall issue a certificate of an application submitted for an asylee personal identity card to the applicant.

The certificate referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article shall be valid 30 days from the day of submitting the application for the asylee personal identity card , and the asylee shall be obliged to return this certificate to the competent authority upon receipt of his/her asylee personal identity card.

The certificate shall contain information about the asylee`s surname and name, his/her place of residence and address, the name of the competent authority, registration number, the date of issuance of the certificate, a note  on the expiry date of the certificate, the signature of the official person and a space for the official seal.

The certificate shall be an integral part of Form 7 and shall be separated from this form by perforations.

Article 18

The print of the right-hand-forefinger papillary lines of the applicant shall be taken for issuance or replacement of the asylee personal identity card.

If the applicant from paragraph 1 of this Article does not have a forefinger, the print of the middle finger or some other finger of the right hand shall be taken, and if he/she does not have a right hand, the print of the forefinger or some other finger of the left hand shall be taken, and a remark to this effect shall be made on the reverse side of Form 7.

Article 19

After the technical production of the asylee personal identity card, Form 6 shall be kept by the competent authority in their official records, according to the registration number, for one year from the day of receiving the application for the asylee personal identity card.

After the deadline referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article has expired, Form 6 shall be destroyed by a Commission appointed by the Minister of the Interior.

The Commission referred to in paragraph 2 of this Article shall consist of a president and four members. The president of the Commission must be a police officer dealing with the crime suppression activities.

The Commission shall write a record of the destruction of the documentation referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article.

Article 20

The competent authority shall be obliged to annul the asylee personal identity card that, for any reason, cannot serve its purpose (the validity date has expired, it has been damaged or replaced due to changes to personal details etc.) and it shall be obliged to enter the reason for the annulment into the computer system of the Ministry of the Interior.

The annulment of the asylee personal identity card shall be performed by puncturing it.

Article 21

The asylee shall be obliged to report to the competent authority, without delay, the loss of his/her personal identity card, and state all the circumstances of the loss, disappearance or theft of the identity card.

The competent authority shall issue a certificate of the reported loss, disappearance or theft of the personal identity card to the asylee.

The fact of disappearance, loss or theft of personal identity card shall be announced in the Official Gazette. The cost of the announcement shall be paid by the asylee.

Article 22

After the announcement of the disappearance, loss or theft of the asylee personal identity card in the Official Gazette, the competent authority shall issue another personal identity card to the asylee.

Article 23

The asylee`s personal identity card, whose disappearance was reported and which is subsequently found, shall be returned to asylee if the document has not been declared invalid, and the procedure, which has been initiated on the basis of the report of the disappearance, shall be suspended. 

3. Asylee Travel Documents

Article 24

Asylee travel document shall be issued by the competent authority according to asylee`s place of residence.

The application form for the issuance, replacement and extension of asylee travel documents (hereinafter: Form 8) shall be light-green in colour and sized 21x29.7 cm.

Form 8 shall contain space for entering the surname, name, surname and name of parents, date of birth, place and state of birth, citizenship, sex, place of residence and address, number of personal identity card for asylee, the place and date of submitting the application, the applicant’s signature and children’s surnames, names, dates of birth, places and states of their birth, their citizenship and sex.

The reverse side of Form 8 shall contain space for entering information on the result of the application procedure, travel document number, its expiry date, the date of its delivery, the signature of the recipient, the signature of the official person who delivered the document and space for a photograph.

Article 25

With the application for issuance or replacement of an asylee travel document, the asylee personal identity card and two colour photographs, sized 3x3.5 cm, which must not be altered (retouched) or made by self-photographing equipment shall be submitted for consideration.    

The person must be photographed full face, with his/her forehead uncovered, without headwear (hat, cap, head scarf), and in such a way that 70-80% of the height of the photograph shows the person’s head from the chin to the top of the head.

By way of an exception to paragraph 2 of this Article, persons who, according to their folk customs, wear a headscarf or a cap as an integral part of their folk costume, can enclose a photograph in which they are wearing a headscarf or a cap.

Article 26

Asylee travel documents shall be issued by the competent authority according to the asylee`s place of residence.

The asylee travel document (hereinafter: Form 9) shall be rectangular in shape, sized 8.8x12.5 cm, light-blue in colour and contain 32 pages.

The title “Travel Document” shall be written in the upper half of the cover of Form 9,. Under the title, (“Convention of July 28th, 1951”) shall be printed.

In the lower half of the cover, the title “Republic of Croatia” shall be written.

Besides the information given on the cover, the title page of Form 9 shall contain serial code and serial number of the document, in the lower part.

The second page and the third page of the Form 9 shall contain information on how to use the document as well as details on the document owner’s rights.

The fourth page of the Form 9 shall contain space for entering the occupation, the wife’s maiden surname and her name, the husband’s surname and name, details on height, eye colour, face shape, distinguishing marks, and hair, nose and skin colour details.

The fifth page of Form 9 shall contain space for entering the title “Convention of July 28th, 1951”, the passport number, the name, surname, nationality, date of birth, place and state of birth, place of residence and address, personal signature, date of issue, name of the issuing authority, the expiry date, a space for a photograph and space for filling in details for machine – reading.

The sixth page of Form 9 shall contain space for entering the surnames, names, places and dates of birth, and sex of the children accompanying the document holder.

The seventh page of Form 9 shall contain space for entering the countries in which the travel document is valid, the documents on the basis of which the travel document has been issued, the place of issuance, date of issue, signature of the official and space for the official seal.

The eighth and ninth page of Form 9 shall contain space for entering the date of validity extension of the travel document.

The remaining pages of Form 9 shall contain space for visas.

At the bottom of each page, starting from page 3, with the exception of pages 4 and 5, the title “Convention of July 28th, 1951” shall be printed. 

Article 27

In Form 9, in the space for machine – reading, the following easily readable information shall be listed:

- abbreviation for type of Travel Document for Asylee - PII

- abbreviation of the state - HRV

- surname

- name

- date of birth

- sex

- expiry date

- series and serial number.

Article 28

The asylee shall report the loss, disappearance or theft of the travel document to the competent authority without delay .

When reporting, the asylee shall explain all the circumstances concerning the loss, disappearance or theft of the asylee travel document.

The competent authority shall collect all the information on the lost, disappeared or stolen asylee travel document.

Article 29

The competent authority shall issue a certificate on the reported loss, disappearance or theft of the asylee’s travel document to the asylee after it has determined the asylee`s identity and the authenticity of the statement.

The certificate referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article shall serve as evidence to the competent authority for the issuance of a new asylee travel document. .

Article 30

After the announcement of the disappeared, lost or stolen asylee travel document in the Official Gazette, the competent authority shall issue another travel document to the asylee. The cost of the announcement shall be paid by the asylee.

Article 31

The aslyee’s travel document, which was reported as lost, missing or stolen but which has been found in the meantime, shall be returned to the asylee, and the procedure, which was started on the basis of the report of the disappearance, will be suspended if the document has not been declared invalid. 

4. Identity Cards Aliens under Temporary Protection

Article 32

Identity cards for aliens under temporary protection shall be issued by the competent authority according to the alien’s place of residence.

The form of the identity card for an alien under temporary protection (hereinafter: Form 10) shall have three parts and contain six pages. The unfolded part of Form 10 shall be 22.2x10.5 cm in size and the folded part of Form 10 shall be 7.4x10.5 cm in size.

The first page of Form 10 shall contain the coat of arms of the Republic of Croatia, the title “Republic of Croatia”, the title “Ministry of Interior”, the title “Identity Card for an Alien under Temporary Protection”, and space for entering the identity card serial number.

The second page of Form 10 shall contain space for entering the surname, name, sex, citizenship, date of birth, place and state of birth and space for a photograph sized 3x3.5 cm. 

The third page of Form 10 shall contain space for entering the place and residence address, the name of the competent issuing authority, the date of issue, expiry date, the signature of the alien under temporary protection and space for the official seal. 

The fourth page of Form 10 shall contain six sections with the expiry date or date of extension of the identity card, the signature of the official person and space for the seal written in them.

The fifth and sixth page of Form 10 shall contain space for remarks.

Article 33

For each identity card issued for a alien under temporary protection, a file-card for the identity card issued shall be completed (hereinafter: Form 11).

Form 11 shall be white in colour and 10x15 cm in size.

Form 11 shall contain space for a photograph and the print of the right hand forefinger of the alien under temporary protection and space for entering the name of the issuing authority, the surname, name and parent’s surname and name, identity card serial number, the date of birth, place and state of birth, sex, citizenship, place and address, date of issue, expiry date, number and type of the identification document.

The reverse side of Form 11 shall contain the date of delivery of the identity card, the signature of the recipient of the identity card, the signature of the official person, a space envisaged for extension of the validity of the identity card and space for remarks.

5. Registration/Cancellation of Residence, Place and Change of Address

Article 34

The application form for registration/cancellation of place of residence and/or address of asylees, registration/cancellation of place and/or address of asylum seekers and registration/ cancellation of place and/or address of aliens under temporary protection (hereinafter: Form 12) shall be white in colour and 21x29.7 cm in size.

Form 12 shall contain space for entering the surname, name, sex, date of birth, place and state of birth, citizenship, number of the asylee personal identity card or travel document, the number of the asylum seeker identity card, the number of the identity card of an alien under temporary protection, place of residence, the place and address that he/she is cancelling, place of residence, the place and address where he/she is registering himself/herself, the registration date, the cancellation date, the signature of applicant, the signature of the official person and a space for remarks.

The registration form referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article shall be submitted to the competent authority according to the place of residence within three days from the day of delivery of the formal decision on recognition of asylee status or from the day of the change of place of residence or address.

Article 35

The competent issuing authority shall issue a certificate to the applicant referred to in Article 34 of this Ordinance.

The certificate shall contain space for entering the surname, name, place and state of birth, the type and number of the identification document, the registration or cancellation of place of residence/place/address, the registration date and cancellation date, space for the signature of the official person and space for the official seal.

The certificate shall be an integral part of Form 12 and it shall be separated from this form by perforations.

V. RECORDS

Article 36

The competent authority shall keep records on:

1. aliens who have expressed their intention to submit an application for asylum,

2. asylees,

3. aliens under temporary protection,

4. asylee travel documents issued

5. asylee personal identity cards issued,

6. identity cards issued for aliens under temporary protection,

7. registration/cancellation of place of residence and/or address of  asylees, and registration/ cancellation of place and/or address of asylum seekers and aliens under temporary protection,

8. fingerprints and photographs taken of aliens under temporary protection.

Article 37

The Reception Centre shall keep records on:

1. asylum seekers,

2. identity cards issued to asylum seekers,

3. fingerprints and photographs taken of asylum seekers.

Article 38

The records referred to in Article 36, paragraph 1, items 1–7 and Article 37, paragraph 1, items 1 and 2 of this Ordinance shall be kept in the computerised information system of the Ministry of the Interior.

The records referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article can be also kept in registers or in the form of files.

The records referred to in Article 36, paragraph 1, item 8 and Article 37, paragraph 1, item 3 of this Ordinance shall be kept in the form of files in plastic, transparent foils.

The files shall be kept in alphabetical order and according to years. 

Article 39

Records on aliens who have expressed their intention to submit an application for asylum shall contain:

- surname and name,

- date, place and state of birth,

- citizenship,

- data on the identification document that the alien has in his/her possession,

- place and time of the alien’s entry into the Republic of Croatia, or when he/she was found,

- information on possessions and documents found in his/her possession or confiscated from him/her,

- the deadline for registration at the Asylum Seekers Reception Centre ,

- the means of arriving at the Reception Centre (accompanied, public transport and similar),

- space for remarks.    

Article 40

Records on asylum seekers shall contain:

- surname and name,

- sex,

- surname and name of father or mother,

- date, place and state of birth,

- citizenship,

- marital status,

- information on immediate family members in the Republic of Croatia,

- information on administrative procedures,

- vocation,

- educational qualifications,

- language knowledge,

- information on travel or other documents,

- information on tribe, national and religious affiliation,

- date, place and manner of entry into the Republic of Croatia,

- place and address,

- information on the asylum seeker identity card,

- information on restriction of movement.

Article 41

Besides the information referred to in Article 40, paragraph 1, items 1 – 12, records on asylees shall contain:

- place of residence and address,

- information on their asylee personal identity cards.

Article 42

Besides the information referred to in Article 40, paragraph 1, items 1 – 15, records on aliens under temporary protection shall contain:

- information on the identity card for a alien under temporary protection.

Article 43

Records on travel documents issued for asylees shall contain:

- surname and name,

- date, place and state of birth,

- citizenship,

- date of issue,

- document serial number,

- expiry date,

- name of the competent issuing authority,

- date of delivery,

- information on annulment,

- information on the application for issuance,

- information on temporary retention.

Article 44

Besides the information referred to in Article 43, paragraph 1, items 1–10, records on personal identity cards issued for asylees shall contain:

- place of residence and address.

Article 45

Besides the information referred to in Article 43, paragraph 1, items 1–9, records on identity cards issued for aliens under temporary protection and records on identity cards issued for asylum seekers shall contain:

- place and address.

Article 46

Records on the registration/cancellation of place of residence and/or address of asylees, records on registration/cancellation of place and/or address of asylum seekers and records on registration/cancellation of place and/or address of aliens under temporary protection contain:

- surname and name,

- date, place and state of birth,

- citizenship,

- type and number of travel or other identity document,

- date and place of entry into the Republic of Croatia,

- previously registered place of residence/place/address in the Republic of Croatia,

- current place of residence/place/address in the Republic of Croatia,

- registration date and cancellation date,

- space for remarks.

Article 47

Special records on the fingerprints taken of asylum seekers and aliens under temporary protection shall be contained in the form “European Sending of Fingerprints” and the form “Supporting Document for European Sending of Fingerprints”.

The forms referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article shall be kept in the way and according to the procedure for taking prints of the papillary lines of citizens of the Republic of Croatia and foreign citizens.

A portrait photograph is an integral part of the form “Supporting Document for European Sending of Fingerprints”, and it shall contain the name of the constitutional unit in which the alien was photographed, the photograph number and the date the photograph was taken.

VI.  TRANSITIONAL AND FINAL PROVISIONS

Article 48

Forms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 shall be printed along with this Ordinance and they shall be an integral part of it.

The Minister of the Interior shall render a formal decision on the price of forms referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article.

Article 49

On the day this Ordinance enters into force, the Ordinance on the Manner of Issuing Documents and Visas to Aliens and on Forms of These Documents and Visas (OG 54/91 and 4/97), in the part referring to refugees, shall cease to be valid.

Article 50

This Ordinance shall enter into force on the eighth day from its publication in the Official Gazette, and it shall be applied from 1 July 2004.

Number: 511-01-52-26550/04-3722
Zagreb, 26 May 2004.

The Minister
Marijan Mlinarić, m.p.