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State Department Continued
Commercial functions of Foreign Service officers. See Economic and com-

mercial functions.
Communist movement, persons supporting; limitations on issuance of passports

to, 22 $ $ 51.135–51.143
Communist Party membership, oath respecting, 22 $ 51.142
Compensation, additional, for service of Federal personnel on duty outside

United States:
Foreign areas. See Foreign duty.
Territorial areas; designation by Secretary of State for purpose of granting

additional compensation, 5 Part 326
Consular officers. See Foreign Service officers.
Contiguous foreign territory:

See also Canada; and Mexico.
Wartime travel, immigrants and nonimmigrants; waiver of requirements

for passports or permits, 22 $$ 53.24-53.30
Control of persons entering and leaving United States:

Departure prejudicial to interests of United States, preventing of, 22 Part 46
Passports or visas. See Passports; and Visas.
Removal of certain alien enemies, 22 Part 81

Wartime control. See War.
Courts, foreign; presentation of Americans by Foreign Service officers, 22 $ 109.8
Cuba:
Documentation of nonimmigrants or immigrants from, 22 $$ 41.6, 41.7,

41.20, 42.6
Shipment of arms, ammunition, etc., to, 22 $ 75.48
Cultural-cooperation programs. See Educational cooperation programs.
Customs:
Arms, ammunition, and implements of war, exportation or importation of;

seizure and detention by customs officials of goods imported or exported

in violation of regulations of State Department, 19 § 23.31
Duties of consular officers respecting:

Answering inquiries regarding customs regulations, 22 $ 114.4

Assistance to Customs representatives, 22 $$ 114.5, 114.6
Helium gas, exportation of; filing of licenses and declarations with collector

of customs, 22 $ 76.14
Deceased American nationals; duties of consular officers respecting deaths and

estates of persons dying abroad or on high seas;
Disposition of remains; local burial, cremation, shipment of remains, etc.,

22 $ $ 120.9–120.14
Personal estates; responsibility of consular officers respecting bank deposits,

disposition of effects of deceased, collection and payment of debts, fees,

accounts, claims, etc., 22 $$ 120.15–120.55
Real property, in foreign countries; reports respecting, 22 § 109.24
Reporting deaths of United States citizens; responsibility, procedure, etc.,

22 $$ 120.1-120.8
Seamen, 22 Part 130
Departure from United States. See Control of persons entering or leaving

United States.
Deposit of funds; checks made payable to Secretary of State, etc., 22 $ 9.1
Diplomatic visas; officers authorized to grant, types of, eligibility of aliens to re-

ceive, applications for, etc., 22 Part 40
Diseased or disabled aliens; ineligible immigrants, 22 $ 42.42
Distressed Americans abroad; services by Foreign Service officers for, 22 $ 109.4
Documentation of aliens entering United States. See Visas.
Economic and commercial functions, of Foreign Service officers, 22 Part 106
Foreign trade; services for American businessmen and organizations in

connection with, 22 $ 106.3
Promotion of American agricultural and commercial interests, 22 $ 106.2
Protection of American interests in agricultural, commercial and financial

relations, 22 $ 106.1
Reporting, economic and commercial, 22 § 106.4

State Department-Continued
Educational cooperation programs, between United States and foreign coun-

tries:
Chinese and Korean students, teachers, etc., financial aid to, 22 Part 67
Exchange-Visitor Program, 22 Part 68
Government educational institutions, admission of certain foreign students

to, 22 Part 66
Technical and cultural-cooperation program, 22 Part 65
Training grants, fellowships, etc., in various fields; awards, approval by

Secretary of State:
Agricultural economics, soil conservation, etc., 7 Part 2
Aviation procedures, 14 Part 450
Census procedures, 15 Part 40
Geodetic or hydrographic surveying, etc., 33 Part 301
International trade, 15 Part 362
Laboratory standardization and testing, 15 Part 255
Meteorology, 14 Part 450; 15 Part 502
Radio communications, 47 Part 65
Statistics, national income and international balance of payments, 15

Part 323
Employees, servants, workers entering United States as nonimmigrants; visas

for, 22 $$ 41.100, 41.101
Employees of Department. See Personnel.
Enemy countries; nationals, subjects of, etc.:
Brought to United States from other American republics without admission

under immigration laws; removal of, 22 Part 81
Transportation of enemy nationals and ally-of-enemy nationals; licenses

for, 22 Part 80
Entry of aliens into United States:

Control of aliens entering United States during wartime. See War.

Documentation for. See Visas.
Estates of deceased American nationals. See Deceased American nationals.
Estates, foreign, American claimants to; protection of interests by consular

officers, 22 g 109.25
Exchange, educational:
Cultural cooperation between United States and certain foreign countries.

See Educational cooperation programs.
Visitors. See Exchange-Visitor Program.
Exchange of persons with enemy during wartime; waiver of certain documentary

requirements, 22 $$ 53.24, 53.28
Exchange visitors:

Exchange-Visitor Program (for students, leaders, teachers, etc.), 22 Part 68

Visas, 22 $ $ 41.41, 41.80, 41.100
Expatriates (former American citizens):

See also Nationality procedures.

Nonquota immigrant status for, 22 $ 42.7
Explosives (items on United States Munitions List); manufacture, importation,

of. See Arms, ammunition, implements of war, etc.
Exports:
Arms, ammunition, and implements of war. See Arms, ammunition, and

implements of war.
Helium, 22 Part 76

Military secrets, commodities involving, 22 Part 78
False and misleading statements in connection with application for passports or

visas, 22 $$ 42.42 (a) (19), 52.3
Federal Tort Claims Act, settlement of claims under. See Tort claims.
Fees, for various services:
Foreign Service fees; 22 $$ 103.1–103.4

No-fee services, 22 $ 103.2
Tariff of United States Foreign Service fees, to be charged for official

services, 22 $ 103.1
Notarial and other services, 22 § 103.1 (Items 24-47)
Passport services, 22 $ 103.1 (Item 6)
Vessels and seamen, services to, 22 § 103.1 (Items 9--23)
Visa services to aliens, 22 § 103.1 (Item 7)

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State Department-Continued
Fees, for various services Continued
Passports; fees for execution of application, issue and renewal of passport,

22 $ $ 51.37–51.50, 51.126–51.130
Foreign Service fees, 22 § 103.1 (Item 6)
Records; searching, copying, etc., 22 Part 2
Shipping and seamen, fees for services to, 22 Part 133

Foreign Service fees, 22 g 103.1 (Items 9-23)
Fellowships in various fields, 'awards of, in cultural-cooperation programs. See

Educational cooperation programs.
Filipinos; evidence of citizenship for purpose of obtaining passport, 22 $ 51.73
Finance and accounting, 22 Part 103
Claims, for settlement by General Accounting Office; various type claims,

22 § 103.6
Fees, for various services:

No-fee service, 22 § 103.2
Receipts for fees, 22 § 103.3
Refunds of fees, 22 § 103.4
Tariff of United States Foreign Service fees, to be charged for official

services, 22 § 203.1
Notarial and other services, 22 $ 103.1 (Items 24_47)
Passport services, 22 § 103.1 (Item 6)
Vessels and seamen, 'various services to, 22 § 103.1 (Items 9-23)

Visa services for aliens, 22 g 103.1 (Item 7)
No-fee services, 22 § 103.2
Financial relations, American, protection of, by Foreign Service officers, 22

§ 106.1
Fingerprinting of aliens entering United States, 22 $$ 41.19, 42.38
Firearms (items on United States Munitions List); manufacture, importation,

and exportation of. See Arms, ammunition, implements of war, etc.
Fisheries Commission, International; members of. See International Fisheries

Commission.
Flags, official, of Secretary and Under Secretary, 22 Part 15
Foreign agents, registration of; regulations of Justice Department. See main

heading Justice Department.
Foreign air transportation. See Aircraft.
Foreign duty, of Federal personnel (including Foreign Service personnel);

additional compensation and credit based on environmental conditions

(difficult or unhealthful conditions):
Federal personnel other than Foreign Service personnel; foreign post

differentials, 5 $$ 301.1–301.9
Rates, listed areas, etc., 5 Part 325
Foreign Service personnel:
Retirement credit for service at listed unhealthful posts, 5 $$ 301.61,

301.63
Salary differentials, 5 $ 301.51

Rates, listed areas, etc., 5 Part 325
Unhealthful posts; designation for retirement purposes, 5 $$ 301.61,

301.63
Foreign estates and inheritances, American claimants to; protection of inter-

ests by consular officers, 22 $ 109.25
Foreign governments:

Advice counsel, assistance, etc., to, by American citizens, 22 Part 30
Aid to, under Foreign Assistance Act of 1948, 22 $ 95.4
Claims by; prosecution of by former employees, 22 Part 30
Courts; presentation of Americans at court, by Foreign Service officers,

22 $ 109.8
Officials of:

Diplomatic visas, 22 Part 40
Entering United States, documentation; additional requirements dur-

ing wartime, 22 $ 53.38
Foreign official status, persons required to give notification, etc., 22

Part 31
Visas, official, 22 $$ 41.30–41.34
Unrecognized governments, aliens arriving from; documentation, 22 $ 41.31

State Department—Continued
Foreign Liquidation Commissioner, Office of; designation as disposal agency

for disposal of surplus property in foreign areas, 44 $ 308.3
Foreign Service officers:
Additional compensation and credit based on environmental conditions:
Salary differentials, 5 $ 401.51

Rates, listed areas, etc., 5 Part 325
Unhealthful posts; retirement credit for service at, 5 $$ 301.61, 301.63
Appointment, examinations for; written, oral, physical examinations, 22

Part 100
Duties, services, etc.:
Aircraft accidents abroad, and foreign aircraft accidents involving

United States persons or property, duties in connection with,

22 Part 134
Claims, by persons abroad, submission of, by Foreign Service officers,

for settlement by General Accounting Ofice; various types of

claims, 22 $$ 103.6
Deceased American nationals; duties of consular officers respecting

deaths, and personal estates, 22 Part 120
Economic and commercial functions, 22 Part 106
Fees for services:

No-fee services, 22 § 103.2
Receipts, refunds, 22 88 103.3, 103.4

Tariff of United States Foreign Service fees, 22 8.103.1
Imports, services respecting, 22 Part 114
Nationality, acquisition or loss of; duties respecting, 22 § 107.1
Notarial and related services, 22 Part 136

Fees for, 22 $ 103.1 (Items 24-47)
Passports and other travel documents of American nationals; services

respecting, 22 § 107.3
Fees for, 22 $ 103.1 (Item 6)
Protection and welfare of various persons abroad; duties of Foreign

Service officers in connection with:
Armed services personnel, 22 Part 111

Coast Guard personnel, relief for, 22 § 111.2

Navy personnel, services for, 22 § 111.1
Births, of children of American citizens; registration of, 22 § 109.12
Catastrophes abroad, reports on, 22 g 109.5
Distressed Americans, services for, 22 $ 109.4
Estates:
American claimants, to foreign estates and inheritances;

protection of interests by consular officers, 22 $ 109.25
Real property of deceased American citizens, 22 $ 109.24
Marriages involving American citizens; witnessing, etc., by

consular officer, 22 $$ 109.13–109.17
Naval force, request for, in foreign port, 22 $ 109.2
Presentation of Americans at foreign courts, 22 $ 109.8
Protection of Americans abroad, 22 $ 109.1
Red Cross, assistance to, 22 $ 109.7

Storage or safekeeping of private property, 22 $ 109.3
Registration of American nationals abroad, 22 § 107.2
Shipping and seamen. See Shipping and seamen, below.

Visas for aliens; fees for services, 22 8 103.1 (Item 7)
Foreign students, professors, instructors, and leaders in specialized fields:

Nonimmigrants, documentation for, 22 $$ 41.40, 41.41, 41.80, 41.100
Participants in cultural-cooperation programs. See Educational coopera-

tion programs.
Foreign trade; services in connection with, to be performed for American busi-

nessmen and organizations, by Foreign Service officers, 22 g 106.3
Funds, deposit of; checks made payable to Secretary of State, etc., 22 $ 9.1
Gases:
Helium gas, exportation of; license, evidence of use, prohibition of further

shipments to countries specified in proclamation, shipper's export dec-
laration, lend-lease shipments, etc., 22 Part 76

State Department Continued
Gases-Continued
Poison gases (items on United States Munitions List); manufacture, im-

portation, or exportation of. See Arms, ammunition, implements of

war, etc.
Government employees:

Aliens; nonquota immigrant status for, 22 $ 42.9
Compensation for. See Compensation, foreign and territorial.

Passports for employees abroad on official duty, 22 $$ 51.42–51.44
Governments, foreign. See Foreign governments.
Grants to foreign trainees under technical and cultural-cooperation program,

22 Part 65
Guam; permission for aliens to enter, during wartime, 22 $ 53.35
Helium gas:
Exportation of; license, evidence of use, prohibition of further shipments

to countries specified in proclamation, shipper's export declaration,

lend-lease shipments, etc., 22 Part 76
Item on United States Munitions list. See Arms, ammunition, implements

of war, etc.
Immigrants, documentation of. See Visas.
Immigration and Nationality Act:

Documentation of aliens, issuance of visas, etc. See Visas.

Nationality procedures. See Nationality procedures.
Immoral aliens; ineligible immigrants, 22 § 42.42
Imports:
Arms, ammunition, implements of war. See Arms, ammunition, imple.

ments of war, etc.
Import controls; duties of consular officers respecting, 22 Part 114

Customs regulations, answering inquiries regarding, 22 $ 114.4
Customs representatives, assistance to, 22 $$ 114.5, 114.6
Samples of merchandise, furnishing of, to customs collectors or ap-

praising officers, 22 § 114.5
Tariff acts, answering inquiries regarding, 22 § 114.4

Tariff Commission representatives, assistance to, 22 § 114.6
Information and records:

See also Records.
Classified information, availability of, 22 $ 10.2

Technical data. See Arms, ammunition, implements of war, etc.
Insane or incompetent aliens; ineligible immigrants, 22 § 42.42
Insignia of rank; flags, 22 Part 15

Office of Secretary of State, 22 $15.1

Office of Under Secretary of State, 22 § 15.2
International Boundary Commission:
Alien (Canadian or Mexican) officers or employees of, entering United

States in connection with oficial duties; not required to present pass-

ports or visas, or permits in wartime, 22 $ $ 41.6, 53.28 (d)
Claims arising for damages occurring as result of project administered by

American Commissioner; settlement under act of June 19, 1939, 22

$$ 62.20–62.24
International cultural-cooperation program. See Educational cooperation

programs.
International Fisheries Commission and International Pacific Salmon Fisheries

Commission members, entering United States temporarily from Canada in
connection with performance of official duties; not required to present pass-

ports, visas, or permit in wartime, 22 $ 53.28
International organizations, employees of:
Loyalty; determinations of International Organizations Employees Loyalty

Board to be transmitted to Secretary of State, 5 $ 501.15
Visas for, 22 $$ 41.90–41.92
International traffic in arms, ammunition, implements of war, etc. See Arms,

ammunition, implements of war, etc.
Korea :

Immigration quotas for Asians, 22 $$ 42.14-42.18
Students, teachers, etc., from; financial assistance to, 22 Part 67

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