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Immigration and Naturalization Service-Continued
Immigration regulations Continued
Transportation lines—Continued
Responsibilities, expenses, etc. Continued
Removal, temporary, of aliens for examination upon arrival, 8 Part

233
Treaty traders, admission of, as nonimmigrants, 8 Part 214e
Vessels:

See also Transportation lines.
Crewmen of. See Crewmen.
Ports of entry for aliens arriving by vessel; designation of, and require-

ments for manifests and lists for arrival and departure, 8 Part 231 Visas; documentary requirements for immigrants and nonimmigrants,

8 Parts 211, 212 Visitors, temporary, admission of, for business or pleasure, as nonimmi

grants, 8 Part 214b Mail addressed to Service, relating to naturalization; free matter in mails,

39 $ 27.4
Mexico, aliens from; admission and deportation. See Immigration regulations.
Nationality regulations:
Armed forces, certain veterans of and persons serving in; naturalization.

See Classes of persons who may be naturalized.
Certificate of citizenship. See Citizenship papers.
Certificate of naturalization. See Naturalization papers.
Children of citizen parent, or adopted by United States citizens; naturaliza-

tion of, 8 Parts 322, 323
Children of naturalized parent, or who claim to be citizens at birth outside

United States; citizenship certificates, 8 Part 341
Citizenship papers:
Certificate of citizenship, persons eligible, application, fee, etc.; persons

claiming citizenship under section 341 of Immigration and Na

tionality Act, 8 Part 341 Repatriation certificate, for persons who resumed citizenship under

section 323 of Nationality Act of 1940 or section 4 of Act of June 29,

1906, 8 Part 343 Replacement of citizenship papers; lost, mutilated or destroyed papers,

new certificates in changed name, and certified copy of repatriation

proceedings, 8 Part 343a
Classes of persons who may be naturalized, special:
Armed forces; certain veterans and persons serving in:
Aliens enlisted in United States armed forces under act of June 30,

1950, as amended by section 402 (e) of Immigration and

Nationality Act, 8 Part 402a
Former United States citizens who lost citizenship through service

in armed forces of foreign country during World War I or II,

8 Parts 327, 343 Persons with three years service in United States armed forces,

8 Part 328
Veterans of United States armed forces who served during World

War I or II, 8 Part 329
Veterans or members of United States armed forces who served

after June 24, 1950 and before July 1, 1955:
Not within jurisdiction of naturalization court, 8 Part 411

Within jurisdiction of naturalization court, 8 Part 410 Children of citizen parent or adopted by United States citizens, 8 Parts

322, 323
Enemies, alien, 8 Part 331
Former United States citizens who lost citizenship by voting in foreign

country, 8 Part 343
Nationals, but not citizens of United States, 8 Part 325
Seamen, 8 Part 330
Spouses of United States citizens, 8 Part 319
Virgin Islanders, 8 Part 306
Women who lost United States citizenship by marriage, 8 Part 324

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Immigration and Naturalization Service-Continued
Nationality regulations-Continued
Courts, naturalization:

Certifications from records, 8 Part 3430
Clerks of naturalization courts:

Fees collected by clerks, 8 Part 344
Functions and duties of, 8 Part 339

Requisition of forms by clerks, 8 Part 310
Proceedings before naturalization court, 8 Part 336
Danish citizens; residents of Virgin Islands, acquisition of United States

citizenship, 8 Part 306
Declaration of intention. See Naturalization papers.
Depositions:
At preliminary examination on petition for naturalization; procedure,

8 $ 335b.12
Designation of employees to take, 8 Part 332d
Disabled petitioners for naturalization:

Filing of petition, 8 $ 334.14
Final hearing, 8 § 336.15

Oath of renunciation and allegiance, appearance for, 8 337.11
Educational requirements for naturalization, 8 Part 312

Instruction and training in citizenship responsibilities, 8 Part 332b
Examination and interrogation of petitioners, applicants, and their

witnesses: Certificate of citizenship, applicants for; applicants under section 341

of Immigration and Nationality Act, 8 § 341.13 Naturalization, petitioners for: Preliminary interrogation and examination by officer or employee

of Service:
Depositions; procedure, 8 $ 335b.12
Proof of residence and other qualifications for naturaliza-

tion, 8 Part 335b
Waiver of examination; authority, 8 Part 3350

Witnesses, substitution of, 8 § 335b.11
Interrogation by officer prior to filing of petition, 8 Part 332
Preliminary examination by Service employee, immediately

after petition filed, 8 Part 335
Proceedings before naturalization court; final hearing, 8 Part 336
Replacement of lost, mutilated, or destroyed naturalization or citizen-

ship paper, applicants for, 8 § 343a.13 Fees: Accounting for and reporting of fees collected by clerks of naturaliza

tion courts, 8 Part 344 Certificates of citizenship or of nationality, fees for, 8 $$ 341.11, 341a.11,

343.11, 343a.12, 343b.11 Declaration of intention, fees for, 8 $ 334a.14 Forms, official, prescribed for naturalization proceedings; acquisition by

clerks of court, etc., 8 Parts 310, 332a, 499 Instruction and training of naturalization applicants in citizenship re

sponsibilities; textbooks, schools, and organizations, 8 Part 332b Investigations of petitioners for naturalization. See Examination and in

terrogation of petitioners. Naturalization papers: Declaration of intention; preliminary form, filing, execution, fee, etc.,

8 Part 334a
Naturalization, certificate of, 8 Part 338
Persons who resumed citizenship under section 323 of Nationality

Act of 1940, or section 4 of Act of June 29, 1906, 8 Part 343
Special certificate for recognition by foreign state, 8 Part 343b
Official forms, 8 Part 332a
Petitions for naturalization. See Petitions for naturalization.
Replacement of naturalization papers; lost, mutilated or destroyed

papers, new certificates in changed name, and certified copy of

repatriation proceedings, 8 Part 343a Requisition of forms by clerks of court, 8 Part 310

Immigration and Naturalization Service Continued
Nationality regulations—Continued
Nobility, order of, or title; renunciation of, by petitioner for naturalization,

8 $ 337.3
Oaths:

Allegiance, oath of, 8 Part 337
Declarations of intention and petitions; oaths to, 8 $ 339.1
Designation of employees to administer oaths and take depositions,

8 Part 332d
Oath or affirmation of petitioner for naturalization and witnesses,

8 $ 334.2
Petitions for naturalization, and petitioners:

Examination and interrogation of petitioners. See Examination.
Filing, amendment, transfer, withdrawal, verification of petitions, etc.,

8 Parts 334, 335a
Transfer, withdrawal or failure to prosecute petition, 8 Part 335a
Photographs:

Establishment of welfare photographic studios, 8 Part 332c

Requirements, 8 Part 333
Qualifications for naturalization:
Educational requirements, 8 Part 312

Instruction and training in citizenship responsibilities, 8 Part 332b
Good moral character, 8 Part 316
Proof of qualifications for naturalization, 8 Part 335b
Residence, physical presence and absence, 8 Part 316a
Temporary absence of persons performing religious duties, 8 Part

317
Records:

Certifications from, 8 Part 3430
Copies of and information from, 8 Part 344a
Revocation of certificates, documents, or records issued or made by

administrative officers, 8 Part 5
Religious duties, temporary absence of persons performing, 8 Part 317
Residence, period of, prior to naturalization; physical presence and absence,

8 Parts 316a, 317
Revocation of naturalization, 8 Part 340
Schools, public; classes of instruction and training of naturalization appli-

cants in citizenship responsibilities, 8 Part 332b
Seamen, naturalization of, 8 Part 330
Spouses, alien, of United States citizens;
Certificate of citizenship under section 341 of Immigration and

Nationality Act, 8 Part 341
Naturalization of, 8 Part 319
Veterans, naturalization of. See Classes of persons who may be naturalized:

armed forces.
Virgin Islanders, naturalization of, 8 Part 306
Welfare organizations:

Cooperation of, in preparing applicants for naturalization, 8 § 332b.5

Photographic studios, 8 Part 332c
Witnesses for petitioners for naturalization:

Oath; verification of petition, 8 $$ 334.2, 334.21

Substitution of witnesses at final hearing, 8 $ 335b.11
Women; naturalization of:

Alien spouses of United States citizens, 8 Parts 319, 341
Women who lost United States citizenship by marriage; naturalization,

8 Part 324 Records, Service:

Copies, certifications, and information from, 8 Parts 2, 343C, 344a
Creation of record of lawful admission for permanent residence, 8 Part 249

Revocation of records, etc., 8 Part 5
Immoral aliens. See Good moral character, requirement for admission of aliens.
Immoral or indecent articles or matter:

Customs entry, prohibitions respecting, 19 $$ 12.40, 12.41
Mailing of, prohibitions respecting, 39 $ 14.3

Imports:
General provisions:
Agricultural programs, effects on, of imports; investigations by Tariff Com-

mission, 19 Part 204
Consular officers, duties of, respecting import control, 22 Part 114
Costs of production of comparable domestic and foreign articles; investi-

gations by Tariff Commission, 19 Part 202
Customs regulations. See Customs Bureau.
Dumping of imported merchandise:

Customs regulations, 19 $ $ 14.6–14.13, 16.21, 16.22, 17.9
Injury to domestic industry; investigations by Tariff Commission,

19 Part 208
Entry of imported merchandise; customs duties on, etc. See Customs

Bureau.
Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, enforcement of, in connection with imports,

21 $ $ 1.315–1 322
Foreign assets control; prohibitions, licenses, and authorizations with

respect to transactions with designated countries (China and North

Korea), 31 $ $ 500.202, 500.204, 500.512, 500.533, 500.534, 500.536–500.538 Foreign countries participating in International Cooperation Administration

program, assistance to, 22 Part 201 Foreign trade statistics respecting imports, 15 $ $ 30.1–30.29 Free time and demurrage charges on import property at Port of New York,

46 $ 226.1 Importers and suppliers: Books, records, etc., of importers, inspection of, by customs investigating

officer, 19 $ 23.28 Credit to importers, regulations of Export-Import Bank of Washington,

12 Parts 401, 402 Responsibilities of importers and suppliers under International Co

operation Administration program, 22 $$ 201.10–201.13
Mail; imports by:

Customs treatment, 39 Part 161
Parcel post, 39 Part 115

Plants and plant products, 39 Part 162
Moneys, foreign, values of, in terms of United States money in estimating

value of imports, 31 Part 129
Mutual assistance on imports of strategic materials into United States;

declaration of destination of selected imports, 15 $ 368.1 Overtime work relating to imports of agricultural commodities, at border

ports, seaports, airports, etc., 7 Part 354; 9 Part 97, § 102.78 Panama Canal Zone; importation into, 35 $$ 9.14-9.18, 24.100–24.104 Philippine articles, quotas on; investigations by Tariff Commission, 19 Part

205 Quarantine on movement of plants and plant products, to prevent spread of

insect pests and plant diseases. See Agriculture Department. Quarantine regulations for importation or interstate shipment of certain

things (lather brushes, cats, dogs, monkeys, psittacine birds, etiological agents and vectors, dead persons dying of quarantinable diseases, etc.),

42 $$ 71.151-71.157, 72.21-72.24 Rail transportation in connection with import shipments; charges for,

49 $8 144.41-144.43 Reimportation of articles exported for repairs, under lease, etc.; customs

regulations, 19 $ $ 8.2 (e), 10.8, 10.108 Surplus property originally produced in the United States, importation of,

44 $ 308.15 Tariff concessions in trade-agreement negotiations, etc.; investigations re

specting, by Tariff Commission, 19 Parts 206, 207 Unfair practices in import trade; investigations by Tariff Commission,

19 Part 203
Vessels;
Free time and demurrage charges on import property at Port of New

York, 46 $ 226.1
Repairs made abroad to vessels under bareboat charter; consumption

entry, 46 § 237.3

Imports Continued
Specific commodities, articles, products, etc.:

See also Customs Bureau.
Agricultural commodities, certain; import quotas and fees, 7 Part 6
Aircraft and related products, imported; type and airworthiness certifi-

cates, and other approvals, 14 Part 10
- Animals, 9 Parts 92, 94
Arms, ammunition, and implements of war, international traffic in, 22

Part 75
Bauxite, calcined; customs regulations, 19 $ 10.102
Bees, adult honeybees, 7 Part 322
Biological products (viruses, serums, toxins, organisms and vectors), 9

Parts 102, 122
Books or periodicals, copyrighted, of foreign origin:

Customs regulations, 19 $ 11.21
In English language; import statement to be issued by Copyright Office,

37 & 201.8
Canal Zone; quarantine restrictions on importations of animals, etiological

agents and vectors, dead bodies, etc., 35 $ $ 24.100–24.104
Caustic poisons, 21 $8 285.20–285.32
Crabmeat, imported; labeling of, 21 $ 3.34
Dairy products, certain; import quotas and fees, 7 Part 6
Domestic articles previously exported without payment of excise tax, 26

$$ 451.36–451.38
Explosives and other dangerous articles, import shipments of:

By rail or motor carriers, 49 88 73.18, 77.803

By vessels, 46 $$ 146.02–11
Films and filmstrips, American-made; duty-free return of, 22 $ 502.11
Fruits and vegetables (eggplant, green peppers, cucumbers, grapefruit,

limes, tomatoes, Irish potatoes); prohibitions, inspection and cer

tification, etc., 7 Part 1060
Avocados, 7 Part 1067
Grapefruit, 7 Part 1068
Limes, 7 Part 1069

Potatoes, Irish, 7 Part 1066
Gas, natural; application for authorization to import, 18 Part 153
Gold, coin, bullion, etc., 31 Part 54
Liquors and other articles subject to excise tax. See Internal Revenue

Service.
Livestock, 9 Parts 92, 94
Meat products, treatment after admission, 9 Parts 27, 92, 94, 95, 96
Milk; regulations under Federal Import Milk Act, 21 Part 290
Narcotic drugs, 21 Part 302
Peruvian canned fish (bonito and tuna); labeling, 21 $ 3.6
Plants and plant products; restrictions on importation to prevent spread

of insect pests or plant diseases. See Agriculture Department. Rubber, crude, and latex, 32A Chapter XIV, Regulation 1 and Supplement 1 Tea; regulations under Tea Importation Act respecting standards, tests,

samples, customs custody, etc., 21 Part 281 Wheat, unfit for human consumption; customs entry, 19 $ 10.106 Wild animals, wild birds and their eggs, and wild bird feathers, 50 Parts

9, 10 Incentive Awards Program for Government employees, 5 Part 32 Inciting to violence; matter in mails, 39 $ $ 14.3 (c), 14.7, 132.1 (h) Income accounts; uniform system of accounts for various companies. See Accounts. Income and excess profits taxes regulations. See Internal Revenue Service. Income tax funds withheld from wages:

Deposits by employers; regulations of Accounts Bureau, 31 Parts 212, 213

Withholding; employment tax regulations, 26 Part 406 Indebtedness of military personnel; assistance to creditors, policy:

Army personnel, 32 § 513.1

Naval personnel, 32 § 765.9
Indecent matter, mailing of, prohibitions respecting, 39 $ 14.3
Indemity:

See also Insurance.
Bonds, indemnity or surety. See Bonds.

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