Section 83. Obligation of foreign nationals to appear and to provide information

In connection with a case under the Act, the police and the Directorate of Immigration may order the foreign national involved in the case to appear in person to provide information that may be of significance to the administrative decision; see section 93, fourth paragraph.
Upon entry, and until correct identity is registered, foreign nationals are obliged to assist in clarifying their identity to the extent that the immigration authorities require. The immigration authorities may also subsequently impose such an obligation on a foreign national if there is reason to presume that the registered identity is not the correct identity. A foreign national may not be ordered to assist in clarifying his or her identity in a manner which comes into conflict with a need for protection.
The King may issue regulations containing further provisions on what foreign nationals may be ordered to do to fulfil the obligation under the first and second paragraphs.