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SUBCHAPTER B-IMMIGRATION REGULATIONS

105 Head Tax.

107 Manifests.

110 Primary Inspection and Detention.

112 Admission of Holders of Certificates of Identity to Prosecute an

Action Under Section 503 of the Nationality Act of 1940.

114 Inspection of Citizens and Aliens Entering From or Through Con-

tiguous Territory.

115 Admission of Agricultural Workers Under Special Legislation.

116 Civil Air Navigation.

118 Aliens in Transit.

120 Alien Seamen.

122 Laborers from Countries Granting Limited Passports.

124 Allen Contract Laborers.

125 Students.

128 Persons Arriving by Way of or From Hawaii; Centificates.

130 Boards of Special Inquiry.

132 Readmission and Temporary Admission,

134 Assistance to Admitted Aliens.

136 Appeals From Decisions by Board of Special Inquiry.

140 Medical Officers and Hospital Treatment.

142 Preexamination of Aliens Within the United States.

145 Exclusion and Deportation.

150 Arrest and Deportation.

153 Deportation of Insane and Diseased Aliens.

154 Holding as Witnesses Aliens Ordered Deported.

155 Detention Expenses.

160 Imposition and Collection of Fines.

163 Subpenaing Witnesses.

165 Formal Petitions and Applications.

168 Field Service Officers' Powers and Duties.

170 Registration and Fingerprinting of Aliens in Accordance with the

Alien Registration Act, 1940.

172 Immigration, Exclusion, and Deportation of Certain Filipinos.

175 Control of Persons Entering and Leaving the United States Pursuant

to the Act of May 22, 1918, as Amended.

178 Posting of Immigration Laws by Transportation Companies.

formed as to Their Citizenship Status.

334 Special Classes of Persons who may be Naturalized: Veterans of the

United States Armed Forces.

335 Special Classes of Persons who may be Naturalized : Alien Enemies.

337 Special Classes of Persons who may be Naturalized : Seamen.

345 Special Classes of Persons who may be Naturalized : Nationals but not

Citizens of the United States.

347 Special Classes of Persons who may be Naturalized: Puerto Ricans.

348 Special Classes of Persons who may be Naturalized : Virgin Islanders.

350 Racial Limitations upon Naturalization,

352 Attachment to the Principles of the Constitution and Favorable Dis-

position Toward the Good Order and Happiness of the United States.

353 Good Moral Character.

354 Residence and Absence.

356 Educational Requirements and Education for Citizenship.

360 Clerks of Naturalization Courts and Their Duties.

361 Official Forms.

362 Registry of Aliens Under Nationality Act of 1940.

363 Certificate of Arrival.

364 Photographs.

365 Declaration of Intention.

370 Petition for Naturalization.

373 Naturalization Hearings and Proof of Naturalization Requirements.

375 Oath of Renunciation and Allegiance.

377 Certificate of Naturalization.

378 Certificate of Naturalization for Veteran of First or Second World War

Allied Forces.

379 Certificate of Derivative Citizenship.

380 Special Certificate of Naturalization for Recognition by a Foreign

State.

382 Naturalization Papers Replaced; New Certificate in Changed Name.

383 Fees and Procedure to Obtain Certifications of or Information From

Records.

385 Revocation of Records Created and of Naturalization and Citizenship

Documents Issued by the Commissioner,

Subchapter A ADMINISTRATIVE

ORGANIZATION

PART 60—FIELD SERVICE DISTRICTS AND OFFICERS

Sec.

Sec.
60.1 Field districts.

document procured illegally 60.21 District directors and assist

or fraudulently. ant district directors; pow- 60.25 Investigation and report of ers and duties.

possible criminal offenses. 60.22 Divisional directors and as- 60.26 Authority to administer oaths sistant divisional directors;

and take depositions. powers and duties.

60.27 Authority of patrol inspectors, 60.23 Naturalization examiners and

special inspectors, naturalfoficers, powers and duties.

zation examiners, and other 60.24 Investigation and report

officers to act as immigrant where certificate or other

inspectors. 8 60.1 Field districts. The territory within which officals of the Immigration and Naturalization Service are located is divided into districts which are designated by numbers, have fixed headquarters, and are defined as follows:

1. St. Albans, Vermont. Includes the State of Vermont; that part of the State of Maine lying north and east of the counties of York, Cumberland, Androscoggin, Kennebec, Lincoln, and Knox; the counties of Grafton and Coos in the State of New Hampshire; and that part of the State of New York lying north of the counties of Oswego, Oneida, Herkimer, Fulton, and Warren; also jurisdic

! tion over the United States immigration stations located at Halifax, Nova Scotia, and Montreal and Quebec, Province of Quebec, Canada.

2. Boston, Massachusetts. Includes that part of the State of Maine lying south and west of the counties of Oxford, Franklin, Somerset, and Waldo; that part of the State of New Hampshire lying south of the counties of Grafton and Coos; and the States of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.

3. New York, New York. Includes that part of the State of New York lying south of the counties of Essex, Hamilton, and St. Lawrence, and east of the counties of Lewis, Oneida, Madison, Chenango, and Broome; and that part of the State of New Jersey lying north of the counties of Ocean, Burlington, and Mercer.

4. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Includes that part of the State of New Jersey lying south of the counties of Monmouth, Middlesex, Somerset, and Hunterdon; the State of Delaware; the State of Pennsylvania, except the counties of McKean, Warren, Erie, Crawford, and Mercer; that part of the State of Ohio lying south of the counties of Mahoning, Stark, and Wayne, and east of the counties of Ashland, Knox, Licking, Perry, and Athens; and that part of the State of West Virginia lying north of the counties of Jackson, Roane, Clay, Braxton, Webster, and Pocahontas, and west of the counties of Pendleton and Grant.

5. Baltimore, Maryland. Includes the States of Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina; the District of Columbia; and that part of the State of West Virginia lying east of the counties of Tucker and Randolph.

6. Atlanta, Georgia. Includes the States of Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Arkansas; also Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands of the United States.

7. Buffalo, New York. Includes that part of the State of New York lying west of the counties of Delaware, Otsego, and Herkimer, and south of the counties of Lewis and Jefferson; the counties of McKean, Warren, Erie, Crawford, and Mercer in the State of Pennsylvania; and that part of the State of Ohio lying north of the counties of Columbiana, Carroll, Tuscarawas, Holmes, Knox, and Morrow, and east of the counties of Crawford, Huron, and Erie.

8. Detroit, Michigan. Includes the States of Michigan, Indiana, and Kentucky; that part of the State of Ohio lying west of the counties of Lorain, Ashland, Richland, Holmes, Coshocton, Muskingum, Morgan, and Washington; and that part of the State of West Virginia lying south of the counties of Wood, Wirt, Calhoun, Gilmer, Lewis, Upshur, and Randolph.

9. Chicago, Illinois. Includes that part of the State of Illinois lying north of the counties of Edgar, Douglas, Platt, De Witt, Logan, Mason, Schuyler, McDonough, and Hancock; and the States of Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota; also jurisdiction over the United States immigration station located at Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

10. Spokane, Washington. Includes the States of Montana and Idaho; the counties of Wallowa, Baker, Union, Grant, Umatilla, and Morrow in the State of Oregon; and that part of the State of Washington lying east of the counties of Whatcom, Skagit, Snohomish, King, Pierce, Lewis, and Skamania.

11. Kansas City, Missouri. Includes the States of Missouri, Iowa, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, and Wyoming; and that part of the State of Illinois lying south of the counties of Henderson, Warren, Fulton, Tazewell, McLean, Champaign, and Vermilion.

12. Seattle, Washington. Includes that part of the State of Washington lying west of the counties of Okanogan, Chelan, Kittitas, Yakima, and Klickitat; the State of Oregon except the counties of Wallowa, Baker, Union, Grant, Umatilla, and Mor. row; and the Territory of Alaska ; also jurisdiction over the United States immigration stations located at Sydney, Vancouver, and Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

13. San Francisco, California. Includes that part of the State of California lying north of the counties of San Luis Obispo, Kern, and Inyo; the State of Nevada except the county of Clark; the State of Utah; and the Territory of Hawaii.

14. San Antonio, Texas. Includes that part of the State of Texas lying east and south of the counties of Terrell, Pecos, Upton,

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