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Part 178 POSTING OF IMMIGRATION LAWS BY
TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES 8 178.1 Posting of immigration laws by transportation companies. Upon application by any transportation company, the Central Office will furnish a summary of all immigration laws, in English, a posting of which, in appropriate foreign languages, will be regarded as an observance of the spirit of section 8 of the Act of March 3, 1893 (27 Stat. 570; 8 U. S. C. 172). Certificates in relation to the posting of immigration laws and other matters which, under said law, transportation companies must file, shall be filed with the Central Office on January 1 and July 1 each year. (Sec. 23, 39 Stat. 892, sec. 24, 43 Stat. 166;8 U.S. C. 102, 122)
Subchapter C—NATIONALITY REGULATIONS
TABLE OF CONTENTS *
Part 301 Definitions of words and
phrases used in the Nation
ality Act of 1940. 314 Acquisition of citizenship or
nationality subsequent to birth: By judicial naturali
zation of individuals. 315 Procedure for overcoming the
presumption of expatriation under section 402 of the Na
tionality Act of 1940. 317 Certificate of identity for ad
mission to the United States to prosecute an action under section 503 of the National
ity Act of 1940. 320 Naturalization courts and their
jurisdiction. 322 General class of persons who
may be naturalized. 324 Special classes of persons who
may be naturalized: Chil
dren. 326 Special classes of persons who
may be naturalized : Spouses
of United States citizens. 330 Special classes of persons who
may be naturalized : Former
United States citizens. 332 Special classes of persons who
may be naturalized : Persons misinformed as to their citi
zenship status. 334 Special classes of persons who
may be naturalized: Veter. ans 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: Sea.
men. 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.
Part 348 Special classes of persons who
may be naturalized : Virgin
Islanders, 350 Racial limitations upon natu
ralization, 352 Attachment to the principles
of the Constitution and favorable disposition 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 Na
tionality Act of 1940. 363 Certificate of arrival. 364 Photographs. 365 Declaration of intention. 370 Petition for naturalization. 373 Naturalization hearings and
proof of naturalization re
quirements. 375 Oath of renunciation and alle
giance. 377 Certificate of naturalization. 378 Certificate of naturalization for
veteran of First or Second
World War allied forces. 379 Certificate of derivative citizen
ship. 380 Special certificate of naturall
zation for recognition by a
foreign state. 382 Naturalization papers re
placed; new certificate in
changed name. 383 Fees and procedures to obtain
certifications of or informa
tion from records. 385 Revocation of records created
and of naturalization and citizenship documents issued by the Commissioner.
1 This table of contents includes only the Parts of Subchapter D published in the FEDERAL REGISTER, Necessary additions to the subchapter will be made hereafter.
Part 301-DEFINITIONS OF WORDS AND PHRASES
USED IN THE NATIONALITY ACT OF 1940 Sec.
"alien", "state", "perma- 301.11 Definition of "minor".
court". 301.2 Definitions of “pational of
301.13 Definition of "clerk of the United States" and
301.14 Deinition of “Attorney Gen
eral". 301.3 Definition of "naturalization”. 301.4 Definition of "United States”.
301.15 Definitions of “Commis301.5 Definition of "outlying pos
sioner” and “Deputy Comsessions".
missioner". 301.6 Definition of “State".
301.16 Definition of "Service". 301.7 Definition of "foreign state",
301.17 Definition of "designated ex301.8 Definition of "residence".
aminer". 301.9 Definition of "parent".
301.18 Definition of other terms. 8 301.1 Definitions of "national", "alien", "state", "permanent", "allegiance”, and “stateless person”. The term national” means a person owing permanent allegiance as a citizen or a subject or otherwise to a state, including the United States. An "alien" is a person who is neither a citizen nor a national of the United States. The term "state" means a member of the community of nations, including its outlying possessions, the term "state" does not include a State of the United States. The term “permanent” as used in this Part in relation to allegiance means a relationship of a continuing or lasting nature, as distinguished from a “temporary” relationship; but a relationship may be permanent even though it is one which may be dissolved eventually at the instance either of the United States or of the individual, in accordance with law. The term "allegiance” means the tie which binds the individual to the state of which he is a national and denotes the sum of the obligations which he owes to the state. A "stateless person” is an alien who does not owe permanent allegiance to any state.* (Nationality Act of 1940, secs. 101 (a), (b), 321, and 335, 54 Stat. 1137, 1148, 1157)
88 301.1 to 301.18, inclusive, issued under the authority contained in sec. 327, 54 Stat. 1150; 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,
301.2 Definitions of "national of the United States and "citizen of the United States". The term "national of the United States” means any person who owes permanent allegiance to the United States, whether or not he is a citizen of the United States. The term "citizen of the United States” means a person who, through birth or naturalization, has acquired citizenship of the United States and has not lost that status. Neither of these