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State Department Continued
Legal services, for American nationals abroad; duties of Foreign Service officers,

22 $ $ 136.81–136.95
Licenses:
For importation or exportation of certain articles:

Arms, ammunition, and implements of war, 22 $$ 75.17–75.33

Helium gas, exportation of, 22 $$ 76.2, 76.7, 76.9–76.12
For transportation of citizen or subject of enemy nation or ally-of-enemy

nation, 22 Part 80
Loss of American nationality. See Nationality, American.
Loyalty of employees of international organizations; determinations of Inter-

national Organizations Employees Loyalty Board to be transmitted to Sec-

retary of State, 5 $ 501.15
Mail:

Arms, ammunition, etc., shipment by parcel post, 22 $ 75.51
Helium gas, shipments by parcel post; presentation of export license to post-

master, 22 $ 76.15
Passports, and applications for passports; transmission by registered mail,

air mail, or special delivery, 22 $$ 51.105–51.109
Technical data, mailing of, 22 $ 75.160
Maps, purchase of, 22 $ 5.1
Marriages abroad, involving an American citizen; duties of consular officers

respecting, 22 $ $ 109.13–109.17
Medical examination of aliens. 22 $$ 41.10, 42.37, 44.8
Medical purposes, exportation of helium gas for; licenses, 22 $ 76.3
Mexico:
Arms, ammunition, and implements of war in transit through United States

for, 22 $ 75.43
Documentation of aliens from, 22 $$ 41.6, 41.7, 41.20, 42.6
Stolen property, treatment of, under treaty with Mexico, 22 Part 20

American motor vehicles, trailers, airplanes, etc., in Mexico, 22 § 20.2
Mexican motor vehicles, trailers, airplanes, etc., in United States, 22

$ 20.1
Wartime travel, immigrants and nonimmigrants; waiver of requirements

for passports or permits, 22 $ $ 53.24–53.29
Military expatriates; nonquota immigrant status for, 22 $ 42.7
Military secrets, articles involving; exportation prohibited, 22 Part 78
Ministers, aliens; nonquota immigrant status for, 22 $ 42.8
Minors. See Children.
Munitions. See Arms, ammunition, implements of war, etc.
Mutiny, on United States vessels; duties of consular officers respecting, 22

$ 128.11 (e)
Narcotic drugs:

Addicts; ineligible immigrants, 22 $ 42.42
Permits for importation of narcotics to be sent to United States consul at

foreign port of exportation, 21 $ 302.11
Nationality, American:

See also Nationality procedures.
Acquisition and loss of, duties of Foreign Service officers in connection

with, 22 § 107.1
Renunciation of American nationality, 22 $$ 50.4, 50.5
Nationality procedures under the Immigration and Nationality Act, 22 Part 50

Certificate of nationality, issuance of, 22 $ $ 50.20–50.23
Certificates of identity for travel to United States to apply for admission;

affidavits, applications, investigation, denial of certificate of identity,
appeals, denial of right as national of United States, illegal certificates,

22 $$ 50.24–50.40
Criteria for determining whether naturalized national comes within scope

of section 354 (2), 22 $$ 50.11-50.13
Loss of United States nationality, certification of, 22 $$ 50.14-50.19
Minor, assertion by, of claim to United States nationality, 22 $$ 50.9, 50.10
Oath of allegiance taken by dual national to avoid divestiture of United

States nationality, 22 $$ 50.6–50.8
Renunciation of nationality, formal, 22 $$ 50.4–50.5
Naturalization. See Nationality procedures.

State Department-Continued
Navy, United States:
Naval force, request for, in foreign port; duties of Foreign Service officers

respecting, 22 $ 109.2
Naval personnel left in foreign ports by reason of illness, desertion, etc.;

services performed by consular officers, 22 g 111.1
Navy Department, commodities for use of, involving military secrets; prohibi-

tion of exportation, 22 Part 78
News reporters, foreign; visas for, 22 $8 41.110, 41.111
Newspapers, purchase of, 22 8 5.1
Nonimmigrants, documentation of. See Visas.
Notarial and related services of Foreign Service, 22 Part 136

Depositions and letters rogatory, 22 $$ 136.49–136.71
Documents, procuring, translating, etc., 22 $ $ 136.76–136.80
Fees for, 22 8 103.1 (Items 24-47)
Introduction; authority of officers of Foreign Service, acceptability of no-

tarial acts under state or territorial law, etc., 22 $ $ 136.1-136.7
Patents, trademarks, income tax returns, securities, etc., services in regard

to, 22 $$ 136.72–136.75
Procedures, general notarial; compliance with requests, form of notarial

certificate, signing, etc., 22 $$ 136.8–136.17
Quasi-legal services; service of legal process, fees, transportation of wit-

nesses to United States, etc., 22 $ $ 136.81-136.95
Specific notarial acts; oaths, affidavits, acknowledgements, certification of

copies of documents, fees, etc., 22 $$ 136.18-136.48
Officials of foreign governments. See Foreign governments.
Panama Canal Zone:

Control of persons entering in wartime, 22 $ 53.35
Transportation of citizen or subject of enemy nation or ally-of-enemy na-

tion; license not to include permission to travel through Canal Zone,

22 $ 80.11
Passports:

Address of communications respecting passports, 22 $ 51.133
Agents, passport, of State Department:

Location of, 22 $ 51.101

Transmission of fees collected to Secretary of State, 22 $ 51.41
American nationals abroad, passports and other travel documents of;

duties of Foreign Service officials in connection with, 22 § 107.3
Appeals, 22 88 51.138–51.170
Cancellation of old passports, 22 88 51.111-51.113
Fees for services in connection with, performed by Foreign Service officers,

22 $ 103.1 (Item 6)
Immigrants, passport requirements for 22 8 42.36
Passports issued to persons owing allegiance to United States, 22 Part 51
Regulations of President, 22 $$ 51.1–51.77
Affidavits submitted in support of application for passport, for re-

newal, extension or amendment of passport, 22 8 51.74
Amendment of passports, by Department of State or passport

agents; request for, inclusion or exclusion of certain persons,

documentary evidence of applicant's journey, 22 88 51.27–51.34
Applications for passports:

See also Regulations of Secretary of State.
Application not made at or near residence of applicant, 22

$ 51.17
Contents, 22 88 51.14, 51.23-51.26
Execution of, in person, 22 § 51.15
Fees for execution of application, 22 88 51.37, 51.40
Names and titles, 22 $8 51.18–51.22

Seal of court or agency to be affixed, 22 8 51.16
Authority of Secretary of State:

To issue passports, 22 $ 51.1

To make passport regulations, 22 8 51.77
Evidence of citizenship to accompany applications for passport, 22

$$ 51.51–51.73

State Department - Continued
Passports-Continued
Passports issued to persons owing allegiance to United States, 22 Part 51–Con.
Regulations of President, 22 $$ 51.1-51.77-Continued
Fees; for execution of application, for issue and for renewal of

passport:
See also Regulations of Secretary of State.
Amount of collection, manner of payment, etc.:

For execution of application for passport, 22 $ 51.37, 51.40
For issue of passport, 22 $ 51.38, 51.40

For renewal of passport, 22 $ 51.40
Exemptions from payment of fees for issue of passports, 22

$ 51.42, 51.45, 51.49
Passport agencies, transmission of fees collected to Secretary

of State, 22 $ 51. 41
State officials, retention of fee for execution of applications,

22 $ 51.39
Immediate family of American soldier, sailor, or marine buried

abroad; exemption from payment of passport fee, submission

of statement from Department of Army, 22 88 51.49, 51.50
Officers or employees of United States abroad on official duty, and

members of immediate family; applications for passports, ex-

emption from fees, etc., 22 88 51.42–51.44
Period of validity of passports:

See also Regulations of Secretary of State.

Original period of validity, 2 years, 22 $ 51.35
Persons included in one passport, 22 $ $ 51.7–51.13
Persons to whom passports are issued; persons owing allegiance to

United States, and minors, 22 $$ 51.2-51.6
Philippines, Commonwealth of; evidence of citizenship, 22 8 51.73
Possession of United States, resident of, who owes permanent al-

legiance to United States; evidence of nationality to accom-

pany application for passports, 22 $$ 51.26, 51.71-51.72
Refusal to issue passport, 22 $ 51.75
Renewal of passports:

See also Regulations of Secretary of State.
Documentary evidence concerning object of applicant's jour-

ney, 22 $ 51.36
Fees for, 22 $ 51.40
Seamen, American; application for passport, exemption from pay-

ment of fees, submission of certificate of American citizenship,

etc., 22 88 51.45–51.48
Violation of passport restrictions, right to withdraw United States

protection, 22 $ 51.76
Regulations of Secretary of State, 22 $ $ 51.101-51.170

See also Regulations of President.
Address of communications, 22 $ 51.133
Agents, passport, of Department of State, 22 § 51.101
Appeals, 22 $$ 51.138–51.141
Creation and functions of Board of Passport Appeals, 22

$ 51.139
Hearings, 22 $$ 51.151-51.170
Applicability of regulations, 22 $ 51.143
Applications for passports:

Communications respecting, 22 $$ 51.131, 51.133
Fees; collection of, retention by clerks of courts, refund, etc.,

22 88 51.126–51.130
Forms:

Supply of, 22 $$ 51.103, 51.104

To contain complete information, 22 $ 51.134
Submission of sufficiently far in advance, 22 8 51.132
Transmission by registered mail, special delivery, or air mail,

22 88 51.105, 51.106
Board of Passport Appeals; hearings, etc., 22 88 51.151-51.170
Communist movement, limitations on issuance of passports to per-
sons supporting, 22 88 51.135–51.143

State Department

Continued
Passports-Continued
Passports issued to persons owing allegiance to United States, 22 Part 51–Con.
Regulations of Secretary of State, 22 $ $ 51.101-51.170—Continued
Communist Party membership, oath or affirmation by applicant as

to, 22 § 51.142
Extension of validity of passport to 2- or 4-year period, 22 $ 51.124
Fees, collection and disposition of, 22 $ $ 51.126–51.130
Forms for applications, supply of, 22 $$ 51.103, 51.104
Limitations on issuance of passports:

To persons likely to violate laws of United States, 22 $ 51.136

To persons supporting Communist movement, 22 § 51.135
Mail (register, airmail, or special delivery), transmission of appli-

cations and passports by, 22 $$ 51.105–51.109
Notification to person whose passport application is tentatively

disapproved, 22 § 51.137
Old passports, surrender and cancellation of, 22 $ $ 51.110–51.114
Period of validity, 22 $8 51.115–51.121

Extension of, 22 $ 51.124

Wartime, 22 $ 52.7
Renewal of passport, requests for, 22 $$ 51.122, 51.123, 51.125
Rules of Board of Passport Appeals; hearings, etc., 22 $$ 51.151–51.170
Period of validity of passports; persons owing allegiance to United States,

22 $ $ 51.35, 51.115–51.125
Wartime; validity restricted to period necessary to accomplish purpose,

22 $ 52.7
Violation of passport restrictions, right of United States to withdraw pro-

tection, 22 $$ 51.76, 52.6
Wartime regulations:
Control of American citizens and nationals entering and leaving United

States in wartime. See War.

Validation and issuance of passports in wartime. See War.
Payments to and on behalf of participants in cultural-cooperation program.

See Technical and cultural-cooperation program.
Personnel:
Claims arising out of negligent or wrongful acts or omissions of employees.

See Tort claims.
Compensation, foreign and Territorial, for service outside United States:

Foreign areas. See Foreign duty, above.

Territorial areas, designation of, 5 Part 326
Complaints against employees by alleged creditors, handling of, 22 Part 7
Foreign Service personnel. See Foreign Service officers.
Former employees, prosecution of claims of foreign governments before

Department by; statement of circumstances of employment, etc., 22

Part 30
Philippines, Commonwealth of; evidence of citizenship for purpose of obtaining

passport, 22 $ 51.73
Photostats of records, fees for, 22 Part 2
Poison gases (items on United States Munitions List); manufacture, importa-

tion, or exportation of. See Arms, ammunition, implements of war, etc.
Possession of United States, resident of, who owes permanent allegiance to

United States; application for passport, 22 88 51.26, 51.71, 51.72
Presentation of Americans at foreign courts; duties of Foreign Service officers

respecting, 22 $ 109.8
Property:
American nationals dying abroad; services of Foreign Service officers:

Personal property, 22 88 120.15–120.55

Real estate, 22 $ 109.24
Stolen property, treatment of, under treaty with Mexico. See Mexico.
Protection and welfare of various persons abroad:
Duties of Foreign Service officers in connection with, See Foreign Service

officers.
Protection of United States accorded persons in possession of passport while

residing or traveling abroad; right of withdrawal, 22 $$ 51.76, 52.6
Quotas; classes of immigrants subject to, 22 $$ 42.10–42.13

State Department-Continued

Rank, insignia of. See Insignia of rank.
Real property of American nationals dying abroad; duties of consular officers

respecting, 22 § 109.24
Records:

Searches of, copies, etc.; fees for, 22 Part 2

Use, etc. See Study and research in Department.
Red Cross, American National; assistance to, by Foreign Service officers, 22

$ 109.7
Refugee Relief Act of 1953, immigrants under; visas, 22 Part 44
Registration:

American nationals abroad, 22 § 107.2
Arms, ammunition, etc.; registration of persons engaged in manufacture,

importation or exportation, 22 88 75.23–75.28
Births of children abroad, 22 $ 109.12
Foreign agents; regulations of Justice Department. See main heading

Justice Department.
Foreign officials, exemption from requirements; notification of official sta-

tus, 22 Part 31
Immigrants, 22 $ 42.38

Nonimmigrants, 22 § 41.19
Removal of alien enemies brought to United States from other American repub-

lics, 22 Part 81
Renewal of passports, 22 $ $ 51.36, 51.40, 51.122, 51.123, 51.125
Renunciation, formal, of American nationality, 22 $ $ 50.4, 50.5
Reparations, World War II; authority to accept reparations payment, 22 $$ 90.30,

90.31
Reporters, nonimmigrant; visas for, 22 $$ 41.110, 41.111
Reports, by Foreign Service officers:

Catastrophes abroad, 22 $ 109.5

Economic and commercial reporting, 22 § 106.4
Rescues at sea; reports by Foreign Service officers, 22 $ 131.6
Research in Department. See Study and research.
Retirement credit for Foreign Service personnel for service at listed unhealthful

posts, 5 $$ 301.61, 301.63
Safekeeping or storage of private property of American nationals, by Foreign

Service officers, 22 $ 109.3
Salmon Fisheries Commission, Pacific. See International Fisheries Commis-

sion and International Pacific Salmon Fisheries Commission.
Samoa, American; permission for aliens to enter, in wartime, 22 $ 53.35
Samples of merchandise, furnishing of, by consular officers, to customs collectors

or appraising officers, 22 $ 114.5
Scientific purposes, fabrication, export, etc., for, of arms, implements of war, etc.,

22 $$ 75.24, 76.3
Seal of court or agency to be affixed to application for passport, 22 $ 51.16
Seamen. See Shipping and seamen.
Security:

Availability of classified information, 22 § 10.2
Passports; limitations on issuance to persons supporting Communist move-

ment, etc., 22 $ $ 51.135–51.143
Subversive aliens; ineligible to receive immigrant visas, 22 § 42.42
Service of process abroad, by officers or employees of Foreign Service, 22 $$ 136.-

84-136.94
Shipping and seamen:
Fees for services, for American or foreign vessels, and for shipment and dis-

charge of seamen, 22 Part 133
Tariff of United States Foreign Service fees, 22 $ 103.1 (Items 9-23)
Foreign ports, vessels of United States in; treatment of ship's papers and

records, loading violations, protest notes, navigation notices, mail, dis-

charge, shipment, and wages of seamen, desertions, etc., 22 Part 127
General regulations respecting status of seamen and vessels, effect of em-

ployment on various American and foreign vessels, functions of Foreign

Service, consular responsibility, definitions, 22 Part 126
Maritime disasters and awards; reports on disasters and rescues, consular

authority and jurisdiction over vessels wrecked, lost, etc., 22 Part 131

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