When we provide you with advice and assistance, we collect personal data about you. In many instances, data is also collected about and from third parties that are linked to your case. Third parties may be witnesses in the form of friends, previous au pairs, and other parties such as immigration authorities, doctors, police, etc.
5.1 Data and purposes
Necessary and relevant data is collected for use in providing you with assistance and advice in the particular case.
The data processed includes both non-sensitive data covered by Article 6 of the General Data Protection Regulation and by Section 6 of the Danish Data Protection Act, as well as CPR numbers regulated by Section 11 of the Danish Data Protection Act, and sensitive data covered by Article 9 of the General Data Protection Regulation (such as health data relating to a particular case) and by Sections 7 and 8 of the Danish Data Protection Act.
Data about other parties connected with your case may also include both general data and data that falls under the special category regulated by Article 9 of the General Data Protection Regulation and Sections 7 and 8 of the Danish Data Protection Act.
The scope and nature of data about third parties will depend entirely on their role in the case. For example, data about representatives, case officers, doctors and consultants, etc., will largely only include their name and job title, as their involvement in the case is generally connected solely with their function and not with any other relationship.
In the vast majority of cases, the data is collected by email from you or from your host family. In individual cases, the files are received by post.
When the case is in progress, data is also collected from external parties, such as via secure mail from the immigration authorities.
5.2 Exchange of data
During the processing of your case, data is exchanged with all parties involved. These may include employers, work injury authorities and other government authorities, insurance companies, external lawyers and any witnesses. This also includes FOA’s partners in the Au Pair Network, i.e. KIT – Churches’ Integration Ministry and Caritas.