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Canada as to the readmission of all aliens admitted pursuant to the provisions of this Part.*
142.20 Preexamination; repeal of prior regulations and instructions. All regulations, rules and instructions heretofore issued which are inconsistent with this Part are hereby repealed : Provided, however, That such repeal shall not affect any proceedings or parts of proceedings which have taken place prior to the effective date of this part as here promulgated.
*For statutory citation, see note to $ 142.1.
Part 145 EXCLUSION AND DEPORTATION
Sec. 145.1 Notice to allen of affirmation 145.4 Alien placed on board; when. of excluding decision.
145.5 Aliens rejected at Canadian 145.2 Notice to master of vessel of
ports to be returned by allen's exclusion.
transportation company. 145.3 Notice to immigration officer 145.6 Aliens rejected; return to of sailings.
country of embarkation. 8 145.1 Notice to alien of affirmation of excluding decision. In case an appeal from an excluding decision is dismissed and the decision affirmed, the alien shall be notified as promptly as circumstances permit.
*88 145.1 to 145.6, inclusive, Issued under the authority contained in sec. 23, 39 Stat. 892, sec. 24, 43 Stat. 166; 8 U. S. O. 102, 222. Statutes interpreted or applied and statutes giving special authority are listed in parentheses at the end of specific sections.
145.2 Notice to master of vessel of alien's exclusion. The master, agent, consignee, or owner of a vessel by which an excluded alien is to be deported shall be notified of this fact as promptly as circumstances permit; also of the cause of rejection and the class in which such alien arrived and is to be deported.* (Sec. 18, 39 Stat. 887; 8 U. S. C. 154)
145.3 Notice to immigration officer of sailings. At least 24 hours' advance notice of the time of sailing of every vessel
which has brought aliens to the United States shall be given the officer in charge in order that he may have the opportunity to place on board the aliens to be deported by such vessel.* (Sec. 18, 39 Stat. 887; 8 U.S. C. 154)
145.4 Alien placed on board; when. The officer in charge may deliver excluded aliens to the responsible transportation company at such time, as in his judgment, the action is proper.* (Sec. 18, 39 Stat. 887; 8 U.S. C. 154)
145.5 Aliens rejected at Canadian ports to be returned by transportation company. All aliens bound for the United States finally rejected at Canadian seaports shall be returned to the country whence they came by the steamship line bringing them.* (Sec. 18, 89 Stat. 887; 8 U.S. C. 154)
145.6 Aliens rejected; return to country of embarkation. The steamship lines shall return at their own expense from seaports of Canada or the United States, as they may elect, to the trans-oceanic country of embarkation all excluded aliens, who are shown to belong to a class excluded by the Immigration Act, whenever in the judgment of the Attorney General the deportation of such aliens in the manner described is deemed necessary to safeguard the interests of the United States. * (Sec. 18, 39 Stat. 887; 8 U. S. C. 154)
*For statutory citation, see note to g 145.1.
Part 150—ARREST AND DEPORTATION
reported, or believed,
gation of aliens under
to make recorded
rants of arrest.
rants of arrest; veri
fication of landing.
rants of arrest; crim
rants of arrest; pub
lic charge cases.
tions for warrants of
arrest. 150.3 Issuance of warrants of
of arrest; notice to
of arrest; identifica-
when alien arrested. 150.5 (a) Custody of arrested
aliens; release on
aliens; removal from
aliens; detention of
aliens; cost of main-
Sec. 150.6 (a) Hearing; when to be
accorded under war
rant. (b) Hearing; presiding in
spector to be other than investigating of
ficer. (c) Hearing; procedure;
notice of charges. (d) Hearing; representa
tion by counsel. (e) Hearing; where repre
sentation by counsel
waived. (f) Hearing; interpreters. (g) Hearing; application
for departure in lieu of deportation or for suspension of deporta
tion, (h) Hearing; order in
which evidence shall
be presented. (i) Hearing; use of state
ments or admissions made during investi
gation. (1) Hearing; record to con
tain personal history. (k) Hearing; physical or
mental disability cases; record to contain medical certif
cate. (1) Hearing; additional
charges. (m) Hearing; alien to be
warned of disabilities respecting reentry to
the United States. (n) Hearing; assignment of
examining inspector in addition to presiding inspector; duties
of inspectors. 150.7 (a) Proposed findings, con
clusions and order ; preparation by presid
ing inspector. (b) Proposed findings, con
clusions and order; eligibility for departure in lieu of deportation or for suspension of deportation.
Sec. 150.7 (c) Proposed findings, con- 150.11 (d) Special deportation proclusions and order;
cedure as to recent proposed order.
illegal entrants and (d) Proposed findings, con
alien seamen; hearing clusions and order :
and procedure thereservice of findings of
under, presiding officer,
(e) Special deportation pro(e) Proposed findings, con
cedure as to recent clusions and order ;
illegal entrants and filing of exceptions.
alien seamen ; disposi150.8 (a) Reopening the hearing.
tion of record; issu(b) Reopening the hearing;
ance of warrant of
(1) Special deportation pro
cedure as to recent portation or for suspension of deporta
Illegal entrants and tion.
alien seamen; review 150.9 Forwarding record to
of deportation order.
(g) Limitation on special Central Office.
deportation procedure 150.10 Special procedure; ap
as to alien seamen. plication by an alien
150.12 (a) Execution of warrant prior to arrest for sus
of deportation; taking pension of deporta
an alien into custody. tion.
(b) Execution of warrant of 150.11 (a) Special deportation pro
deportation; aliens cedure in cases in
confined in penal involving recent illegal
stitutions. entrants and alien
(c) Execution of warrant of seamen ; when permis
deportation ; aliens sible.
discharged from (b) Special deportation pro
United States Narcedure as to recent
cotic Farms. illegal entrants and
(d) Execution of warrant of alien seamen; inves
deportation; departigations and applica
ture at alien's extions for warrants of
(e) Execution of warrant of (c) Special deportation pro
deportation; stay of
deportation by the ofcedure as to recent
ficer in charge. illegal entrants and
150.13 (a) Deportation; manner alien seamen; issu
of. ance and execution of
(b) Deportation; to foreign warrants of arrest;
contiguous territory. release or detention of 150.14 Repeal of prior regulaalien.
tions and instructions. 8 150.1 (a) Investigation of aliens reported, or believed, to be subject to deportation. The case of every alien reported, or believed, to be subject to arrest and deportation, shall be thoroughly investigated by such officer as may be designated for that purpose.
(6) Investigations; purpose. The purpose of the investigation shall be to discover whether or not a prima facie case for deportation exists; that is, whether there is credible evidence reasonably establishing (1) that the person investigated is an alien, and (2) that he is subject to deportation.
(c) Investigations; interrogation of aliens under investigation. All statements secured from the alien or any other person during the investigation, which are to be used as evidence, shall be taken down in writing; and the investigating officer shall ask