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bility of transportation companies under the Immigration Act of 1917 (39 Stat. 874), and the rules and regulations made in pursuance thereof.*

140.21 Citizens treated as aliens; payment of hospital expense. If any arriving passenger apparently an alien is placed in hospital under any provision of 88 140.11-140.21 that does not require expenses of hospital treatment to be paid by other than transportation companies, and it is subsequently shown that such passenger is in fact a United States citizen, the expense of treatment up to the time satisfactory proof of citizenship is furnished shall be borne by the transportation company or by the vessel on which such passenger arrived.* (Sec. 15, 39 Stat. 885; 8 U. 8. C. 151)

*For statutory citation, see note to $ 140,1.

Part 142-PREEXAMINATION OF ALIENS WITHIN THE

UNITED STATES

Sec.

Sec. 142.1 Preexamination; who may 142.10 Preexamination; medical exapply.

amination. 142.2 Preexamination; aliens eligi- 142.11 Preexamination; primary inble.

spector. 142.3 Preexamination; conditions 142.12. Preexamination; Board of of authorization.

Special Inquiry. 142.4 Preexamination; authoriza- 142.13 Preexamination; where allen tion; where deportation

found unqualified. proceedings have been in- 142.14 Preexamination; where allen stituted.

found inadmissible. 142.5 Preexamination; authoriza- 142.15 Preexamination; appeal by tion; where deportation

dissenting Inspector. proceedings have not been 142.16 Preexamination; where alien instituted.

found admissible, 142.6 Preexamination; applica- 142.17 Preexamination; readmission tions; bow filed.

with immigration visa. 142.7 Preexamination; applica- 142.18 Preexamination; readmission tions; notification of au

without immigration visa. thorization.

142.19 Preexamination; reports. 142.8 Preexamination; place and 142.20 Preexamination; repeal of time.

prior regulations and in142.9 Preexamination; documents

structions. to be presented. § 142.1 Preexamination; who may apply. Any alien, other than a Canadian citizen, who has been within the United States for a period of six months or more and who intends to apply to a consular officer of the United States in Canada for an immigration visa for entry into the United States for permanent residence may, subject to the provisions of this Part, apply for the privilege of a preexamination by officers of the Immigration and Naturalization Service for the purpose of determining in advance his admissibility into the United States for permanent residence when in possession of an unexpired immigration visa.*

* 89 142.1 to 142.20, inclusive, issued under the authority contained in sec. 23, 39 Stat. 892, 8 U. S. C. 102; sec. 24, 43 Stat. 166, 8 U. S. C. 222; sec. 1, Reorg. Plan No. V, 5 F. R. 2223; sec. 37 (a), 54 Stat. 675, 8 U. S. C. 458; 8 CFR 90.1. Statutes interpreted or applied and statutes giving special authority are listed in parentheses at the end of specific sections.

142.2 Preexamination; aliens eligible. Preexamination shall not be authorized unless it appears to the officer granting such authorization that the alien is:

(a) Admissible to Canada;
(b) Of good moral character;

(c) Registered and/or fingerprinted as required by the Alien Registration Act, 1940; and

(d) Able to obtain the prompt issuance of an immigration visa in case it is determined that he is admissible to the United States for permanent residence.*

*For statutory citation, see note to s 142.1.

bility of transportation companies under the Immigration Act of 1917 (39 Stat. 874), and the rules and regulations made in pursuance thereof.*

140.21 Citizens treated as aliens; payment of hospital expense. If any arriving passenger apparently an alien is placed in hospital under any provision of 88 140.11-140.21 that does not require expenses of hospital treatment to be paid by other than transportation companies, and it is subsequently shown that such passenger is in fact a United States citizen, the expense of treatment up to the time satisfactory proof of citizenship is furnished shall be borne by the transportation company or by the vessel on which such passenger arrived.* (Sec. 15, 39 Stat. 885; 8 U. 3. C. 151)

*For statutory citation, see note to 140.1.

Part 142-PREEXAMINATION OF ALIENS WITHIN THE

UNITED STATES

Sec.

Sec. 142.1 Preexamination; who may 142.10 Preexamination; medical ex. apply.

amination. 142.2 Preexamination; aliens eligi- 142.11 Preexamination; primary inble.

spector. 142.3 Preexamination; conditions 142.12 Preexamination; Board of of authorization.

Special Inquiry. 142.4 Preexamination; authoriza- 142.13 Preexamination; where allen tion; where deportation

found unqualified. proceedings have been in- 142.14 Preexamination; where alien stituted.

found inadmissible. 142.5 Preexamination; authoriza- 142.15 Preexamination; appeal by tion; where deportation

dissenting Inspector. proceedings have not been 142.16 Preexamination; where alien instituted.

found admissible, 142.6 Preexamination; applica- 142.17 Preexamination; readmission tions; how filed.

with immigration visa. 142.7 Preexamination; applica- 142.18 Preexamination; readmission tions; notification of au

without immigration visa. thorization.

142.19 Preexamination; reports. 142.8 Preexamination; place and 142.20 Preexamination; repeal of time.

prior regulations and in142.9 Preexamination; documents

structions. to be presented. $ 142.1 Preexamination; who may apply. Any alien, other than a Canadian citizen, who has been within the United States for a period of six months or more and who intends to apply to a consular officer of the United States in Canada for an immigration visa for entry into the United States for permanent residence may, subject to the provisions of this Part, apply for the privilege of a preexamination by officers of the Immigration and Naturalization Service for the purpose of determining in advance his admissibility into the United States for permanent residence when in possession of an unexpired immigration visa.*

88 142.1 to 142.20, inclusive, issued under the authority contained in sec. 23, 39 Stat. 892, 8 U. S. C. 102; sec. 24, 43 Stat. 166, 8 U. S. C. 222; sec. 1, Reorg. Plan No. V, 5 F. R. 2223; sec. 37 (a), 54 Stat. 675, 8 U. S. C. 458; 8 CFR 90.1. Statutes interpreted or applied and statutes giving special authority are listed in parentheses at the end of specific sections.

142.2 Preexamination; aliens eligible. Preexamination shall not be authorized unless it appears to the officer granting such authorization that the alien is:

(a) Admissible to Canada;
(b) Of good moral character;

(c) Registered and/or fingerprinted as required by the Alien Registration Act, 1940; and

(d) Able to obtain the prompt issuance of an immigration visa in case it is determined that he is admissible to the United States for permanent residence.*

*For statutory citation, see note to 8 142.1.

(Sec. 19 (d), 54 Stat. 671, 8 U. S. C. 155 (d); Title III, Alien Registration Act, 1940, 54 Stat. 673; 8 U. S. C. 451-460, inclusive)

142.3 Preexamination; conditions of authorization. Preexamination shall only be authorized on condition that the alien shall promptly submit to the United States consul to whom he intends to apply for a visa the necessary documents in support of his visa application and shall receive from the consular officer, prior to preexamination, written assurance that such documents appear sufficient and satisfactory on their face and that a visa will be promptly available for issuance to the alien if, upon personal examination by the consul, he is found to be eligible therefor.*

142.4 Preexamination; authorization; where deportation proceedings have been instituted. The Board of Immigration Appeals shall have authority, subject to the provisions of $ 90.12 of this title, to authorize preexamination of any alien eligible under the provisions of this part against whom deportation proceedings are pending and to whom the privilege of departure at his own expense in lieu of deportation has been granted in accordance with the provisions of section 19 (c) of the Immigration Act of 1917, as amended.* (Sec. 19 (c), 54 Stat. 671; 8 U.S. C. 155 (c))

8. c 142.5 Preexamination; authorization; where deportation proceedings have not been instituted. The Chief of the Certifications Branch (or under his direction, the Assistant Chief of the Certifications Branch) shall have authority, subject to the provisions of 8 90.16 of this title, to authorize preexamination of any alien eligible under the provisions of this Part against whom deportation proceedings have not been instituted.*

142.6 Preexamination; applications; how filed. An application for preexamination shall be made in writing on the appropriate form specified in this section and shall be accompanied by General Information Form No. 1–55; and both shall be filed in duplicate. An application for preexamination upon the part of an alien against whom a deportation proceeding is pending shall be made on Form No. 1-255 in conjunction with an application for the privilege of departure in lieu of deportation as provided in 8$ 150.6 (g) and 150.8 (b) of this title. An application for preexamination on the part of an alien against whom no deportation proceeding is pending shall be made on Form No. I-155 and shall be filed with the Chief of the Certifications Branch, Immigration and Naturalization Service, Washington, D. C. Such application may be filed independently or in conjunction with a petition for nonquota or preference quota visa filed on the applicant's behalf pursuant to 8 165.1 of this title.

142,7 Preexamination; applications; notification of authorization. An applicant whose preexamination has been authorized shall be notified in writing by the Central Office that such authorization has been given subject to the condition set forth in § 142.3 of this Part. Appropriate notation of such authorization shall be made upon each copy of the application. A copy of the application and General Information Form submitted in connection therewith shall then be sent to the officer in charge

*For statutory citation, see note to 8 142.1.

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