CEDTSCalifornia Electronic Data Transfer System
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(64) In effect, those born in Australia before 1901 could travel either with a CEDT or on their birth certificates with little apparent difference.
(80) By imposing heavy fines on shipping companies and demanding a valid CEDT, Australian officials could expect few people to arrive who did not have an entitlement to enter, their identification rather than their assessment taking place at the port.
(65.) For example, two Australian-born brothers, both raised in China and returned, chose to travel, one by CEDT, the other using his birth certificate.