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FOIA 2005 Request

FOIA 2005 Request

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Date Created:September 22, 2006

Date Uploaded to the Library:February 20, 2014

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U.S. Department Homeland Security 2nd Floor, FOIA Section 111 Mass Avenue, 

Washington, 20529 
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services 
August 24, 2006 
Christopher Farrell Judicial Watch 501 School Street, Suite 500 Washington, 20024 
Dear Christopher Farrell: 
This response your Freedom Information Act (FOIA) request the United States Border Patrol office received this office November 16, 2005, regarding the subject: Case And Consequences Unlawful Incursions Into The U.S. Employees Agents The Mexican Government. have completed the review all documents responsive your request and have identified pages, which are responsive your request. Enclosed are pages their enti,ety, and pages part. are withholding pages full. our review these pages have determined that they contain reasonable segregable po1iions non-exempt information. The withheld information pertains names law enforcement personnel, internal codes, rules and practices the gency, and internal telephone numbers. This information exempted from mandatory disclosure pursuant U.S.C. 552 (b)(2), (b)(5), (b)(6), (b)(7)(C) and (b)(7)(E) the Freedom oflnformation Act. 
Exemption )(2) exempts from mandatory disclosure records that are "related solely the internal personnel rules and practices agency. 
Exemption (b)(5) protects inter-agency intra-agency documents reflecting the pre-decisional deliberative process agency. 
Exemption (b)(6) permits the government withhold all information about individuals personnel, medical and similar files where the disclosure such information would constitute clearly unwarranted invasion personal privacy. 
Exemption (b)(7)(C) protects from disclosure records information compiled for law enforcement purposes, but only the extent that the production such law enforcement records information could reasonably expected constitute unwarranted invasion personal privacy. 
Exemption )(7)(E) protects from disclosure records information compiled for law enforcement purposes that would disclose techniques and procedures for law enforcement investigations disclosed could reasonably expected risk circumvention the law. have also referred six pages United States Customs Border Protection Office for direct response you. 

COW2005005 Christopher Farrell Page the event you wish appeal this determination, you may write the USCIS FOIA/PA Appeals
Office, 111 Massachusetts Ave., NW, 211cFloor, Washington, 20529, within days ofreceipt this letter. Both the letter and the envelope should clearly marked "'Freedom Information Act Appeal." you should have any additional questions about your request, please direct your inquiries this office the above address. You may also call 202-272-8273 fax any correspondence 202-272-8329. 

Valerie McKeithan Chief,
FOIA/PA Section Enclosure(s)