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The Ministry file on Remus Lupin was kept in the office of the Head of the Muggle-Born Registration Commission, Dolores Umbridge, along with files on most other wizards in Great Britain. It contained such information as deemed relevant to the needs of the Muggle-Born Registration Commission. The file was created by the Administrative Registration Department and approved by F. L. Wakefield.
- His name (Remus Lupin)
- His identity number
- His date of birth
- His birthplace (unknown to Ministry records)
- His eye colour (green)
- His hair colour (light brown)
- His weight (169 pounds)
- His height (6 feet, 2 inches)
- Any relevant marks/scars (a large scar across his face)
- His schooling (Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, sorted into Gryffindor)
- His occupation (Former Defence Against the Dark Arts Professor)
- His current whereabouts (unknown to Ministry records)
- His blood status (Half-blood, with notation that he is a member of the Order of the Phoenix, and thus a potential blood traitor)
- His family (birth family unknown to Ministry records, currently married to Nymphadora Tonks and expecting a child. His status as a werewolf was also noted here.)
- His security status (tracked, with all movements monitored, as Undesirable No. 1 was deemed likely to contact him-- claimed, despite lack of knowledge regarding current whereabouts)
- This file misspelled "werewolf" as "warewolf."