Does UK record entries in SIS, FRONTEX if a third party national was removed from their country
I understand that UK does have access to SIS and FRONTEX for purpose of identifying visa applicants who have previously been refused entries to Schengen Countries , what I am trying to ascertain is the fact that if a third party national (NON-EU national) was served with a Removal Notice in UK, and the third party national decided to voluntarily depart depart from UK at his own expense, can that third party national apply for a Schenegen Country Visa within a year from his departure from the UK ?
The third party national was served with one year mandatory ban for entering UK illegally which ends in August 2017, cause he paid for his own ticket from UK to his home country.
Will SIS contain a alert for this applicant if he applies for an Schengen country tourist visa?
As per SIS manual the entries are valid for 3 years, while UK's own national law stipulate the ban for 1 year for cases of voluntary departure.
If its ascertained for sure that there is an entry for SIS against the applicant, then he would not bother applying for a Schengen Visa, unless there is a way to overcome this barrier.
How do I know if there is an alert in SIS for this applicant, without applicant actually applying for a Schengen visa?
Obtaining data from UK Home Office under data protection act may be very labour intensive and may ultimately be denied because applicant no longer is in EU.
By alert I specifically mean a record of entry made by UK for the purpose of refusing entry of stay as stipulated below in :-
REGULATION (EC) No 1987/2006 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL
of 20 December 2006
on the establishment, operation and use of the second generation Schengen Information System (SIS II)
I understand the nature of this query is complex, I would like to say thanks for reading it advance and would be happy to hear your opinion on this matter