Access VBA - Append query to append only records with 'new' ID

Access 2016. I have a table tblVolunteers, which is a permanent table of people. I need to import to it a new CSV I get every day. The new CSV has some new people, as well as some of the people already in tblVolunteers. I import The new CSV into another (helper) table tblVolunteers_NewCSV temporarily.

So I need to do an Append query to append records from tblVolunteers_NewCSV to tblVolunteers. But how do I only append those with new IDs? (There's a primary key field of ApplicationID in both tables. The structure of the two tables is the same)

Thanks for any help.
hindersalivaAsked:
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John TsioumprisSoftware & Systems EngineerCommented:
It would be helpful to have some info on the structure of you table but your query should be
INSERT INTO YourTable[(field1[, field2,field3...) VALUES ('Value1','Value2','Value3') WHERE [TheFieldToMatch] NOT IN (SELECT [TheFieldToMatch] From YourTable

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INSERT INTO YourTable[(field1[, field2,field3...) SELECT (Fields From TheOtherTabel) WHERE  [TheFieldToMatch] NOT IN (SELECT [TheFieldToMatch] From YourTable

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hindersalivaAuthor Commented:
Thanks great, John!

I needed all the fields so deleted the Field List. That worked too.
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hindersalivaAuthor Commented:
I hadn't thought of NOT IN
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