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amended by section 27 of the Immigration Act of 1924 (43 Stat. 167; 8 U.S.C. 146), have been violated by any person or by any owner, officer, or agent of a vessel or transportation line, promptly serve notice upon such

person, owner, officer, or agent that it is his intention to recommend to the Secretary of Labor that a prosecution be brought; and such person, owner, officer, or agent shall be allowed 60 days within which to submit to the Department, through the district commissioner or inspector in charge and the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, a statement of reasons why the proposed proceedings should not be brought or why they should be in personam rather than in rem.** [29–J-1]

28.14 Oficial correspondence. Correspondence and reports shall be sent through official channels addressed to the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, Washington, D. C. Telegrams shall be addressed “Immigration and Naturalization Service, Washington, D. C."; and in telegraphing, the code provided by the Service shall be used to the fullest extent possible.*[29-L]

ADMINISTRATIVE DISTRICTS

28.21 Districts numbered and defined; headquarters fixed. For convenience in enforcing both the immigration laws and the Chinese exclusion laws, the territory within which immigration officials are located is divided into districts, under the jurisdiction of district commissioners or district directors, numbered, defined, and with headquarters fixed as follows:

1. Newport, Vermont. Includes all of the State of Maine lying north of parallel 45 and east of meridian 67°30'; the counties of Carroll, Grafton, and Coos in the State of New Hampshire; that part of the State of Vermont lying north of the counties of Windham and Bennington; that part of the State of New York lying north of the counties of Warren and Fulton; that part of Herkimer County north of parallel 43°30' and north of the counties of Oneida and Oswego; also jurisdiction over the ports of Quebec, Halifax, and St. John, and United States immigration stations in contiguous Canadian territory.

2. Boston, Massachusetts. Includes that part of the State of Maine lying south of parallel 45 and west of meridian 67°30'; that part of the State of New Hampshire lying south of the counties of Carroll and Grafton; the counties of Windham and Bennington in the State of Vermont; and the States of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut; also jurisdiction over the port of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.

3. Ellis Island, New York Harbor. Includes that part of the State of New York lying south of the counties of Essex and Hamilton; that part of Herkimer County south of 43°30' and east of the counties of Oneida, Madison, Chenango, and Broome; and that part of the State of New Jersey lying north of the counties of Ocean, Burlington, and Mercer.

4. Gloucester City, New Jersey. Includes that part of the State of New Jersey lying south of the counties of Monmouth, Middlesex, Somerset, and Hunterdon; the State of Delaware; the State of Pennsylvania, except the counties of McKean, Warren, Erie, Crawford, and Mercer; that part of the State of Ohio lying south of the counties of Mahoning, Stark, and Wayne, and east of the counties of Ashland, Knox, Licking, Perry, and Athens; and that part of the State of West Virginia lying north of the counties of Jackson, Roane, Clay, Braxton, Webster, and Pocahontas, and west of the counties of Pendleton and Grant.

5. Baltimore, Maryland. Includes the States of Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, the District of Columbia, and that part of the State of West Virginia lying east of the counties of Tucker and Randolph.

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**For statutory and source citations, see note to 8 28.1.

6. Jacksonville, Florida. Includes the States of South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, and Alabama.

7. Buffalo, New York. Includes that part of the State of New York lying west of the counties of Delaware, Otsego, and Herkimer, and south of the counties of Lewis and Jefferson; the counties of McKean, Warren, Erie, Crawford, and Mercer in the State of Pennsylvania ; and that part of the State of Ohio lying north of the counties of Columbiana, Carroll, Tuscarawas, Holmes, Knox, and Morrow, and east of the counties of Crawford, Huron, and Erie.

8. Detroit, Michigan. Includes all the southern peninsula of the State of Michigan, and that part of the northern peninsula of said State lying south and east of the counties of Baraga, Houghton, and Gogebic; that part of the State of Ohio lying west of the counties of Lorain, Ashland, and Richland and north of the counties of Richland, Morrow, Marion, Hardin, Auglaize, and Mercer; and that part of the State of Indiana lying east of the counties of St. Joseph, Marshall, and Fulton, and north of the counties of Wabash, Huntington, Wells, and Adams.

9. Cincinnati, Ohio. Includes that part of the State of Ohio lying south of the counties of Van Wert, Allen, Hancock, Wyandot, Crawford, Richland, and Ashland, and west of the counties of Richland, Holmes, Coshocton, Muskingum, Morgan, and Washington; that part of the State of Indiana lying south of the counties of Allen, Whitley, Kosciusko, Fulton, Pulaski, Jasper, and Newton; the States of Kentucky and Tenessee; and that part of the State of West Virginia lying south of the counties of Wood, Wirt, Calhoun, Gilmer, Lewis, Upshur, and Randolph.

10. Chicago, Illinois. Includes that part of the State of Indiana lying west of the counties of Elkhart, Kosciusko, and Wabash, and north of the counties of Miami, Cass, White, and Benton; that part of the State of Illinois lying north of the counties of Edgar, Douglas, Platt, DeWitt, Logan, Mason, Schuyler, McDonough, and Hancock; that part of the State of Iowa lying east of the counties of Worth, Cerro Gordo, Butler, Hamilton, Marshall, Poweshiek, Marion, Lucas, and Wayne; and that part of the State of Wisconsin lying east of the counties of Vilas, Oneida, Lincoln, Marathon, Clark, Jackson, and east and south of the counties of Juneau and Vernon.

11. St. Louis, Missouri. Includes the States of Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma; that part of the State of Nebraska lying east of the counties of Sheridan, Garden, and Deuel; that part of the State of Iowa lying west of the counties of Mitchell, Floyd, Bremer, Harden, Tama, Iowa, Mahaska, Monroe, and Appanoose; and that part of the State of Illinois lying south of the counties of Henderson, Warren, Fulton, Tazewell, McLean, Champaign, and Vermilion.

12. New Orleans, Louisiana. Includes the States of Mississippi, Arkansas, and Louisiana.

13. St. Paul, Minnesota. Includes that part of the State of Wisconsin lying north of the counties Crawford, Richland, and Sauk, west of the counties of Adams and Wood, north of the county of Portage, and west of the counties of Sbawano, Langlade, and Forest; that part of the northern peninsula of the State of Michigan lying west of the counties of Iron and Marquette; and the States of Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota ; also jurisdiction over United States immigration and naturalization offices in contiguous Canadian territory.

14. San Antonio, Texas. Includes that part of the State of Texas lying east and south of the counties of Terrell, Pecos, Upton, Midland, Howard, Mitchell, Nolan, Fisher, Stonewall, King, Cottle, and Childress.

15. Spokane, Washington. Includes the State of Montana; the part of the State of Idaho lying north of the counties of Teton, Madison, Jefferson, Bingham, Blaine, Boise, Gem, and Washington; the counties of Wallowa, Baker, Union, Grant, Umatilla, and Morrow in the State of Oregon; and that part of the State of Washington lying east of the counties of Whatcom, Skagit, Snohomish, King, Pierce, Lewis, and Skamania.

16. Salt Lake City, Utah. Includes the States of Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming; that part of the State of Nebraska lying west of the counties of Cherry, Grant, Arthur, and Keith; that part of the State of Idaho lying south of the counties of Fremont, Clark, Butte, Custer, Valley, and Adams; and the counties of Elko, White Pine, and Lincoln in the State of Nevada.

17. El Paso, Texas. Includes that part of the State of Texas lying west and dorth of the counties of Valverde, Crockett, Reagan. Glasscock, Sterling, Coke,

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Taylor, Jones, Haskell, Knox, Foard, and Hardeman; the State of New Mexico and the State of Arizona except the counties of Yuma and Mojave.

18. Seattle, Washington. Includes that part of the State of Washington lying west of the counties of Okanogan, Chelan, Kittitas, Yakima, and Klickitat; the State of Oregon, except the counties of Wallowa, Baker, Union, Grant, Umatilla, and Morrow; United States immigration offices in contiguous Canadian territory; and the Territory of Alaska.

19. San Francisco, California. Includes that part of the State of California lying north of the counties of San Luis Obispo, Kern, and Inyo; and that part of the State of Nevada lying west of the counties of Ilko, White Pine, Lincoln, and Olark.

20. Los Angeles, California. Includes that part of the State of California lying south and east of the counties of Monterey, Kings, Tulare, Fresno, and Mono; the county of Clark in the State of Nevada; and the counties of Mojave and Yuma in the State of Arizona.

21. San Juan, Puerto Rico. Includes Puerto Rico.

22. Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii. Includes the Territory of Hawaii. *[Rule 30, Im. R. & Regs., as amended by Circ. 176, Oct. 4, 1937]

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PART 30—IMMIGRATION, EXCLUSION, AND DEPORTA

TION OF CERTAIN FILIPINOS

Sec.

Sec. 30.1 Citizens of the Philippine Islands tal port; certificate provided ; defined.

presumptions. 30.2 Philippine Islands; when deemed 30.9 Philippine citizens; deportation; foreign country.

exceptions. 30.3 Philippine citizens; exclusion 30.10 Philippine citizens; returning resfrom the United States.

idents; reentry permits. 30.4 Philippine citizens ; exclusion 30.11 Philippine citizens; returning resfrom Hawaii.

idents; how admitted.
30.5 Philippine citizens; when admis- 30.12 Philippine citizen returning to

sible to Hawaii irrespective of Hawaii from Philippines or for-
immigration laws.

eign country.
30.6 Philippine citizens applying from 30.13 Philippine citizens returning to
Hawaii for admission at conti-

United States from Philippines ; nental ports; exclusion.

foreign country. 30.7 Philippine citizens admissible only 30.14 Philippine citizen; lawful resion same conditions as aliens.

dent of continental United 30.8 Citizens of Philippines; residents

States; readmission from Haof Hawaii arriving at continen

waii. Section 30.1 Citizens of the Philippine Islands defined. The term “citizens of the Philippine Islands" as used in this part means citizens of the Philippine Islands who are not citizens of the United States.*** (Sec. 8, 48 Stat. 462; 48 U.S.C. 1238) [31-A-1]

**$$ 30.1 to 30.14, inclusive, issued under the authority contained in sec. 23, 39 Stat. 892, sec. 24, 43 Stat. 162; 8 U.S.C. 102, 222. Statutes interpreted or applied and statutes giving special authority are listed in parentheses at the end of specific sections.

*The source of $8 30.1 to 30.14, inclusive, is Immigration rules and regulations, I&NS, Jan. 1, 1930, edition of Dec. 31, 1936.

30.2 Philippine Islands; when deemed foreign country. The Philippine Islands are to be considered a foreign country for the purpose of sections 18 and 20 of the Immigration Act of 1917 (39 Stat. 887, 890; 8 U.S.C. 154, 156).*** (Sec. 8, 48 Stat. 462; 48 U.S.C. 1238) [31-A-2]

30.3 Philippine citizens; exclusion from the United States. After April 30, 1934, all citizens of the Philippine Islands upon ar

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rival at ports or places of entry in the United States, except the Territory of Hawaii, shall be excluded from admission unless found to be admissible under(a) The Immigration Act of 1917 (39 Stat. 874); and

The Immigration Act of 1924, except subdivision (c) of section 13 thereof (43 Stat. 153, 162, 46 Stat. 581); and

(c) All other laws relating to the immigration, exclusion, or expulsion of aliens; and

(d) The regulations made under such acts and laws not inconsistent with those prescribed in this part.** (Sec. 8, 48 Stat. 462; 48 U.S.C. 1238) [31-B_1]

30.4 Philippine citizens; exclusion from Hawaii. After April 30, 1934, all citizens of the Philippine Islands, except those described in § 30.5, shall be excluded from the Territory of Hawaii if not in possession of immigration or passport visas or re-entry permits, and unless found otherwise admissible under all acts, laws, and regulations specified in $ 30.3.*+ (Sec. 8, 48 Stat. 462; 48 U.S.C. 1238) (31-B-2]

30.5 Philippine citizens; when admissible to Hawaii irrespective of immigration laws. After April 30, 1934, a citizen of the Philippine Islands not in possession of an immigration or passport visa or re-entry permit, and who is not exempted from having such documents by $$ 30.11, 30.12, shall be excluded from the Territory of Hawaii unless he is in possession of documentary evidence showing that he is admissible to that Territory in accordance with the determination of the Department of the Interior, based on the needs of the industries of Hawaii. A rightful holder of such documentary evidence shall be admitted to Hawaii without regard to the provisions of the immigration laws.** (Sec. 8, 48 Stat. 462; 48 Ù.S.C. 1238) [31-B-3]

30.6 Philippine citizens applying from Hawaii for admission at continental ports; exclusion. After April 30, 1934, a citizen of the Philippine Islands applying for admission at ports or places of entry in continental United States from Hawaii shall be excluded unless found to be at the time of application for admission

(a) A nonimmigrant as defined in section 3 of the Immigration Act of 1924 (43 Stat. 154; 8 U.S.C. 203), or

(b) A nonquota immigrant under section 4 of the 1924 Act except subdivision (c) thereof (43 Stat. 155; 8 U.S.C. 204), or

(c) An immigrant admitted to the Territory of Hawaii for permanent residence under an immigration visa, and otherwise admissible under the immigration laws except for the requirement that he be in possession of an immigration or passport visa.** (Sec. 8, 48 Stat. 462; 48 U.S.C. 1238) [31-C-2]

30.7 Philippine citizens admissible only on same conditions as aliens. The admission of any citizen of the Philippine Islands, found to be admissible under $ 30.6, shall be under such terms and conditions as are applicable to aliens.** (Sec. 8, 48 Stat. 462; 48 U.S.C. 1238) [31-0-2]

30.8 Citizens of Philippines; residents of Hawaii arriving at continental port; certificate provided; presumptions. A citizen **For statutory and source citations, see note to $ 30.1.

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of the Philippine Islands residing in Hawaii who may legally enter continental United States may make application to the officer in charge at Honolulu for a certificate of identity (Form 517) which shall be evidence of his right to enter continental United States. If that officer finds that the applicant is entitled to enter continental United States, he shall issue such certificate to the applicant showing the status under which admission to continental United States is sought. Upon arrival at continental United States, a citizen of the Philippine Islands in possession of such certificate and upon identification as the rightful holder thereof shall be presumed to be entitled to admission as indicated in the certificate. This presumption shall not be conclusive if material facts showing the applicant's inadmissibility are discovered. A citizen of the Philippine Islands arriving at continental United States not in possession of such certificate shall be presumed to be inadmissible and shall be held for a hearing before a board of special inquiry where such presumption may be overcome by the presentation of competent evidence establishing his right of entry. All certificates of identity shall be surrendered to the appropriate immigration officer in charge at the port of arrival in continental United States and shall be retained and filed at such port.** (Sec. 8, 48 Stat. 462; 48 U.S.C. 1238) [31-C–3]

30.9 Philippine citizens; deportation; exceptions. All citizens of the Philippine Islands shall be subject to deportation, and may be deported in the same manner as aliens, with the following exceptions:

(a) A citizen of the Philippine Islands who has resided in the United States continuously since April 30, 1934, shall not be subject to deportation for any act of his that occurred, or mental or physical disease, disability, or defect that existed prior to May 1, 1932;

(b) A citizen of the Philippine Islands permitted to enter Hawaii under $ 30.5 shall not be subject to deportation so long as he continues to reside therein under such permission.*+ (Sec. 8, 48 Stat. 462; 48 U.S.C. 1238) [31-D-1]

30.10 Philippine citizens; returning residents; re-entry permits. A citizen of the Philippine Islands lawfully admitted to the United States for permanent residence and whose original entry occurred after April 30, 1934, may inake application for a re-entry permit in the same manner as any alien.** (Sec. 8, 48 Stat. 462; 48 U.S.C. 1238) [31-E-1]

30.11 Philippine citizens; returning residents; how admitted. A citizen of the Philippine Islands lawfully admitted to the United States for permanent residence and whose original entry occurred after April 30, 1934, upon returning from a temporary visit to the Philippine Islands or any foreign country, may be readmitted under section 4 (b) of the Immigration Act of 1924 (43 Stat. 155; 8 U.S.C. 204 (b)) if in possession of a nonquota immigration visa duly issued and authenticated by an American consular officer, or a valid re-entry permit. The applicant may be readmitted without such document, if exempted under the regulations applicable to any alien from the requirement of presenting such visa or re-entry permit, and is

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