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110.3 Designated ports of entry by aircraft. The following have been designated as ports of entry for aliens arriving by aircraft:
(a) Permanent ports of entry:
Brownsville, Tex., Municipal Airport.
(b) Temporary ports of entry:
Bangor, Maine, Bangor Municipal
Bellingham, Wash., Graham Airport.
Burlington, Vt., Burlington Munici-
Cape Vincent, N. Y., Cape Vincent
Cut Bank, Mont., Cut Bank Airport.
Detroit, Mich., Ford Airport.
Miami, Fla., Pan American Airfield.
Ogdensburg, N. Y., Ogdensburg Har-
Pembina, N. Dak., Fort Pembina
Put-in-Bay, Ohio, Put-in-Bay Air-
Rouses Point, N. Y., Rouses Point
San Diego, Calif., San Diego Munici-
Swanton, Vt., Missiquoi Airport.
Fort Yukon, Alaska, Fort Yukon Airfield.
Havre, Mont., Havre Municipal Air-
Juneau, Alaska, Juneau Airport.
Malone, N. Y., Malone Airport.
Miami, Fla., Chalk's Flying Service
Miami, Fla., Dinner Key.
Ogdensburg, N. Y., Ogdensburg Mu-
Port Townsend, Wash., Port Town-
Portal, N. Dak., Portal Airport.
Rochester, N. Y., Rochester Municipal Airport.
Sandusky, Ohio, John G. Hinde Airport.
San Juan, P. R., Isla Grande Airport.
Skagway, Alaska, Skagway Munici-
Spokane, Wash., Felts Field (Spo-
Watertown, N. Y., Watertown Mu-
Wrangell, Alaska, Wrangell Seaplane
(Sec. 7 (d), 44 Stat. 572; 49 U. S. C. 177 (d))
110.4 Admissibility; prompt determination. The appropriate officer shall determine as promptly as circumstances permit the right to admission of each alien applying for entry into the United States.*
*For statutory citation, see note to §110.1
110.5 Admissibility of steerage passengers; determination. A steerage passenger who is in possession of an unexpired permit to reenter the United States issued pursuant to section 10 of the Immigration Act of 1924 (43 Stat. 158; 8 U. S. C. 210) shall be inspected and examined when practicable at the same time and place as the first and second cabin passengers, and if found to be admissible to the United States shall be permitted to enter in the same manner.*
110.6 Aliens coming for employment while residing in contiguous territory; classification. Aliens entering the United States to engage in existing employment or to seek employment in this country and who desire to continue to reside in foreign contiguous territory will be considered as aliens of the immigrant class. * (Sec. 3, 43 Stat, 154, 47 Stat. 607; 8 U. S. C. 203)
110.7 Inspection postponed; disability of alien. When an alien upon arrival or pending the determination of his right to land is found to be suffering from a disability which in the opinion of the immigration officials renders it impracticable to proceed with the examination under the immigration law, such alien may be placed in a hospital designated by the proper immigration official, and inspection shall be postponed during such disability.* (Sec. 16, 39 Stat. 885; 8 U. S. C. 152)
110.8 Inspection postponed; members of family. If in the opinion of the appropriate immigration officers the cases of members of a family are interdependent, and a member is detained in hospital from a disability of the character described in $ 110.7, the determination of such cases may be postponed until the member detained in hospital has been discharged therefrom.* (Sec. 16, 39 Stat. 885; 8 U.S. C. 152)
110.9' Inspection postponed; accompanying alien. Where it appears that a rejected alien is likely to be certified by the examining medical officer as helpless under the last proviso of section 18 of the Immigration Act of 1917 (39 Stat. 887; 8 U. S. C. 154), any alien accompanying such alien and whose protection or guardianship will be required, shall be detained and determination of his case postponed pending decision of the case of the alien likely to be rejected.* (Sec. 16, 89 Stat. 885; 8 U. S. C. 152)
110.10 Inspection not postponed. In cases arising under 8 110.8, when the member in hospital is in no manner necessary to the support of the remaining members of the family and presumably is eligible to land provided he recover, such remaining members may be forthwith inspected and, if found eligible, landed upon the deposit, (a) of a sum of money (or ticket covering transportation and money) sufficient to defray the expenses of conveying the detained member to final destination, and (b) if for infancy or any other cause he may require an attendant when traveling to his destination or in the process of deportation, unless satisfactory assurances are given that a proper attendant 'will be furnished without charge to the Government, of a further sum sufficient to cover the cost of the services and transportation to
•For statutory citation, see note to $110.1
and fro of such an attendant.* (Sec. 16, 39 Stat. 885; 8 U. S. C. 152)
CROSS REFERENCES: For officials, visitors, traders, admission of, see 88 110.28, 110.29. Lawful admission, when presumed, see $ 110.38. Admissibility of transit aliens, conditions of, see § 118.2. Diplomatic visas, see 22 CFR Parts 59, 60. Travel documents showing origin and identity, see 22 CFR 61.2. Waiver of passport and visa requirements for nonimmigrants, see 22 CFR 61.3. Entry contrary to public safety, see 22 CFR 61.4. Pass port visas, transit certificates, and immigration visas to aliens coming to the United States from the Canal Zone, American Samoa, and Guam, see 22 CFR 61.10. Requirements for admission of aliens to possessions outside the United States, with the exception of the Philippine Islands, see 22 CFR 61.11. Effect of Executive Order 7865 concerning aliens entering the United States on airships and alien seamen, see 22 CFR 61.14. Documents required of aliens entering the United States on airships, see 22 CFR Part 63. Alien seamen, documents required for entering the United States, see 22 CFR Part 65. Documents required of aliens entering the Philippine Islands, see 22 CFR Part 67.
110.13 Immigrants having expired documents. Where an immigrant arriving in the United States by water, or arriving by water at a port designated as a United States port of entry for aliens in foreign contiguous territory, is in possession of and presents an immigration visa or permit to reenter which has expired, such immigrant shall be excluded unless it shall satisfactorily appear that the immigrant embarked on the vessel by which he arrives prior to the expiration of the validity of such immigration visa or permit and that he has proceeded by continuous voyage to the United States.* (Sec. 2 (c), 43 Stat. 153; 8 U.S. C. 202 (c))
110.14 Visas and permits; record of action of immigration officer at port. The action of the immigration officer, either admitting an immigrant to the United States or holding such immigrant for examination by a board of special inquiry in relation to his right to such admission, shall be recorded properly in ink or indelible pencil on the reverse side of the immigration visa or permit to reenter in the space provided for such record and signed in full by such officer; and where the immigrant has been held for examination by a board of special inquiry, the action of such board shall likewise be recorded and the record signed by the chairman of such board.* (Sec. 2 (e), 43 Stat. 153; 8 U. S. C. 202 (e))
110.15 Visas; disposition of when holder admitted. Where an immigrant has been duly admitted to the United States for permanent residence the surrendered immigration visa, properly endorsed as provided in $ 110.14, shall be forwarded, forth with, without transmitting letter to the Central Office, Washington, D. C.: Provided, That an immigration visa surrendered at a subport shall be forwarded direct to the Central Office: And Provided further, That an immigration visa issued to and surrendered by an alien ineligible to citizenship because of race, shall be retained at the port where surrendered, unless issued under section 4 (e), Immigration Act of 1924 (43 Stat. 155; 8 U.S. C. 204 (e)), in which case it will be forwarded to the Central Office at Washington. * (Sec. 2 (e), 43 Stat. 154; 8 U. S. C. 202 (e)).
110.16 Visas; disposition of when holder excluded. When an immigrant has been excluded from admission to the United
*For statutory citation, see note to g 110.1.
States the immigration visa shall be retained at the port of arrival until the deportation or return of the alien actually takes place, whereupon the visa shall be forwarded forth with to the Central Office with an indorsement in the space designated “Record on appeal” showing that alien was rejected and returned, the date of such return, and signed by the proper immigration official.* (Sec. 2 (e), 43 Stat. 154;8 U.S.C. 202 (e))
110.17 Permits to reenter; disposition. When an immigrant possessed of an unexpired permit to reenter the United States duly issued in accordance with the provisions of section 10 of the Immigration Act of 1924 (43 Stat. 158; 8 U. S. C. 210), is finally admitted or excluded from admission, such permit properly endorsed and signed as required in § 110.14, and showing final action of admission or exclusion, shall be transmitted forth with to the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization: Provided, That where final action results in the exclusion of the alien, such permit shall be retained at the port of arrival until the deportation or return of the alien, whereupon the permit shall be forwarded forthwith to the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, endorsed and signed as herein required, and showing the date of alien's return: Provided, That return permits surrendered at subports shall be forwarded direct to the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization.* (Sec. 10 (6), 43 Stat. 158; 8 U. S.C. 210 (e)
110.18 Visas and reentry permits; surrender subsequent to entry. Where an alien has been lawfully admitted but failed to surrender his immigration visa or his reentry permit at the time of such admission, such documents subsequently coming into the possession of immigration officers will be forwarded to the port where entry occurred for proper disposition.* (Sec. 2 (e), 43 Ŝtat. 153; 8 U. S. C. 202 (e))
110.19 Permit to reenter; notation on passport when alien admitted. When an alien admitted on a reentry permit is in possession of a passport, the passport will be stamped and signed by the admitting officer to show the place and date of admission and the number of the reentry permit.*
110.20 Immigrant aliens liable to be excluded as public charges; admission under bond exacted at ports. The immigration officer conducting the primary inspection in the case of an alien who is applying for admission to the United States for permanent residence and who is liable to be excluded because likely to become a public charge or because of physical disability other than tuberculosis in any form or a loathsome or dangerous disease shall refer the question of admission to the officer in charge of the port and that official may in his discretion admit the alien on primary inspection, if otherwise admissible, upon the furnishing of a bond in the penal sum of not less than $500, conditioned as authorized by section 21 of the Immigration Act of 1917 (39 Stat. 891; 8 U. S. C. 158); or in lieu of such bond, upon the depositing of cash or a postal money order in the sum of not less than $500 for the same purposes and subject to the same conditions as the
*For statutory citation, see note to 8 110.1,
bond. If the officer in charge of the port does not so admit the alien, the question of admission shall be referred to a board of special inquiry and such board may in its discretion admit the alien, if otherwise admissible, upon the furnishing of the bond or the depositing of the cash or the postal money order, which are described in the preceding sentence. "If the alien is excluded by the board of special inquiry, an appeal may be made as prescribed in $ 130,6 and Part 136 of this chapter. The admission of an alien under bond exacted by the officer in charge of a port or by a board of special inquiry shall be reported at once to the Central Office on Form I-404. (Sec. 21, 39 Stat. 891; 8 U. S. C. 158)
110.21 Immigrant bonds; approval, cancellation, and violation. All bonds, including agreements covering deposits of cash or postal money orders, given as a condition of the admission of an alien under section 21 of the Immigration Act of 1917 (39 Stat. 891; 8 U. S. C. 158) shall be executed on Form 554 entitled “Bond That Alien Shall Not Become a Public Charge.” The officers in charge of the several ports or districts are authorized, either directly or through officers or employees designated by them, to approve bond Forms 554; to approve any power of attorney or assignment a surety executes authorizing the delivery to some other person or concern of United States bonds or notes deposited as collateral security with such bonds after the collateral security is released; and to approve any power of attorney or assignment a depositor executes authorizing the delivery to some other person or concern of deposits in the United States Postal Savings Bank after the deposit is released. Bond Forms 554 shall be retained at the respective ports or districts. In the event of the permanent departure from the United States, the naturalization, or the death of the alien admitted under such bond, bond Form 554 may be canceled by any officer or employee mentioned in this section. Notice of such cancellation shall be forwarded to the Central Office. If proofs are submitted that the alien is no longer likely to become a public charge or is no longer afflicted with a physical disability, or if the conditions of the bond are violated, such bond with its appurtenant documents shall be forwarded to the Central Office with an appropriate recommendation. (Sec. 21, 39 Stat. 891; 8 U. S. C. 158)
110.27 Definitions of "status" in relation to nonimmigrants and students. The term "status" as used in the Immigration Act of 1924 means the condition of carrying on one of the particular limited activities for which an alien may be admitted under a subdivision of section 3 of that Act (43 Stat. 154, 47 Stat.
а 607; 8 U. S. C. 203) or under subdivision (e) of section 4 (43 Stat. 155; 8 U. S. C. 204 (e)). When applied to an alien, the term "official status" means that he is admissible under section 3 (1). and is a government official, or a member of the family, attendant, servant, or employee of a government official whom he accompanies or follows to join; the term “visitor's status” means that he is admissible under section 3 (2) and is an alien visiting the United States temporarily as a tourist or temporarily for business or pleasure; and the term “trader's status" means that he is admissible under section 3. (6) and is an alien entitled to enter