A person being examined by an immigration officer, a medical inspector or other designated person1 is under a duty to furnish all such relevant information in his possession as is required by the person carrying out the examination2. This duty includes:
(1) producing either a valid passport with photograph or some other document satisfactorily establishing his identity and nationality or citizenship3; and
(2) declaring whether or not he is carrying or conveying, or has carried or conveyed, documents of any relevant description4 specified by the immigration officer or designated person, and producing any such documents which he is carrying
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