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125. Deputy Richard Boyd Barrett asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the avenue for complaint that exists for a naturalised citizen when they are constantly being stopped by immigration officers when coming through Irish airports (details supplied). [48481/17]

Answer

Minister for Justice and Equality (Deputy Charles Flanagan): I refer to my response to the Deputy's question of 26 October 2017 (Dáil Question No. 118) when I made it clear that racial profiling is not a feature of Irish immigration control. I want to reiterate that position.
A person who wishes to make a complaint at Dublin Airport in respect of frontline immigration checks may do so by submitting details of the subject matter of the complaint to Border Management Unit at bmu@justice.ie.
At an airport outside of Dublin, where immigration officers are members of An Garda Síochaná, complaints may be made to the Garda Síochaná Ombudsman Commission.