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section 2, of the Immigration Act of 1924 (43 Stat. 154; 8 U.S.C. 202(e)), with respect to arriving aliens shall be typewritten or printed in the English language on commercial ledger paper 40 by 181/2 inches, 50 pounds, color, pink for first cabin, yellow for second cabin, light blue for tourist third cabin, and white for third-class passengers, and according in every respect to Forms 500, 500-A, 500 B, and 500-C, Government Printing Office issue of November 1924, as approved by the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, or in such form or forms as may hereafter be prescribed.*+ [2–C-1)
2.10 Forms required; specifications as to citizens. The information required by section 12 of the Immigration Act of 1917 (39 Stat. 882; 8 U.S.C. 148), in relation to arriving United States citizens shall be typewritten or printed in the English language on commercial ledger paper 36 by 1812 inches, basis 50 pounds, in sheets 18 by 181/2 inches, color, pink for first cabin, yellow for second cabin, light blue for tourist third cabin, and white for third-class passengers, and according in every respect to Forms 630, 630a, 630b, and 630c, now in use and approved by the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, or in such form or forms as may hereafter be prescribed.** [2-C-21
2.11 Forms required; specifications as to departing passengers; time for filing. The list required by section 12 of the Immigration Act of 1917 (39 Stat. 882; 8 U.S.C. 148), to be filed with the immigration officials as soon as possible following the departure of the vessel, but in any event not to exceed 60 days therefrom, and containing information regarding alien passengers and citizens of the United States and insular possessions departing from the United States either permanently or temporarily shall be typewritten or printed in the English language on commercial ledger paper in sheets 21 by 16 inches (substance 32), color, white, according in every respect to Form 628 now in use and approved by the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, or in such form or forms as may hereafter be prescribed.** [2-C-3]
2.12 Form required by $ 2.15; specification. The report required by $ 2.15, shall be typewritten or printed in the English language on white commercial ledger paper 17 by 28 inches, basis 351/2 pounds, in sheets 17 by 14 inches, and according in every respect to Form 542 now in use and approved by the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, or on such form or forms as may hereafter be prescribed.** (Sec. 13, 39 Stat. 884; 8 U.S.C. 149) [2–C_4]
2.13 Forms, by whom supplied; penalty. The master or commanding officer, owners, or consignees of steamers, sailing, or other vessels plying between the United States and foreign ports or between foreign ports and the designated Canadian seaports, having passengers on board, are required to furnish the information provided for by sections 12 and 13 of the Immigration Act of 1917 (39 Stat. 882, 884; 8 U.S.C. 148, 149), and shall at their own expense furnish the forms referred to in $$ 2.9–2.12, according to the specifications therein set out, and any failure, neglect, or omission to comply with the requirements of said sections shall be deemed a violation of sec
**For statutory and source citations, see note to $ 2.1.
tions 12 and 14 of the Immigration Act of 1917 (39 Stat. 882, 884; 8 U.S.C. 148, 150), and punishable as therein provided.** [2-C-5)
2.14 Information required; foreign officials. The only statistical information required concerning foreign officials duly accredited by their governments, including diplomatic and consular officers, their suites, families, or guests, is their names and titles.** (Sec. 3, 39 Stat. 875; 8 U.S.C. 136 (r)) [2–D-1]
2.15 Report of illness en route. The ship's surgeon, or if no surgeon, the master, shall furnish to the officials in charge at the port of arrival a full and complete report of all injuries, diseases, illness, births, and deaths developing or occurring during the voyage.** (Séc. 13, 39 Stat. 884; 8 U.S.C. 149) [2-E-1]
2.16 Data concerning cost of transportation. Transportation companies shall furnish the officers in charge at ports of entry, within two days after request therefor, with the original transportation contracts of all rejected aliens whose cases are covered by the provisions of section 9 of the Immigration Act of 1917 (43 Stat. 166; 8 U.S.C. 145),
and/or section 16 of the Immigration Act of 1924 (43 Stat. 163; 8 U.S.C. 216), such contracts showing the exact amounts paid for transportation from the initial point of departure", which point shall be stated, to the foreign port of embarkation, from the latter to the United States port of arrival, and from the port of arrival to inland point of destination, respectively, and also the amount paid for head tax.*+ [2-F-1]
2.17 Manifests of aliens from foreign contiguous territory. Aliens seeking to enter the United States from foreign contiguous territory shall, upon arrival, be inspected by the proper immigration officials, who shall, at the time of such inspection, prepare a manifest (Form 548), which shall, in answer to questions propounded to the alien, contain full and accurate information concerning such alien as follows: Full name, age, and sex; whether married or single; calling or occupation; personal description (including height, complexion, color of hair and eyes); whether able to read or write, or reason for exemption; nationality; race; place of birth; country of last permanent residence; name and address of nearest relative in the country from which the alien came; seaport and date of landing and name of steamship; final destination; by whom transportation paid; whether in possession of $50, and if less, how much; whether going to join a relative or friend, and if so, name and address of such relative or friend; whether ever before in the United States, and if so, when and where; purpose in coming to United States and length of time intending to remain, and whether intending to become a citizen. Immigration officials shall state, in the space provided therefor in such manifest, whether alien is an immigrant or nonimmigrant, the character of head-tax assessment, and, if exempt from head tax, the reason therefor, and also the action taken as a result of such inspection, and the immigration official making the inspection shall sign such manifest when completed.** (Sec. 28, 34 Stat. 606, sec. 8, 45 Stat. 1515, sec. 1, 34 Stat. 596, sec. 3, 43 Stat. 154, 47 Stat. 607; 8 U.S.C. 356, 106, 203) (2–G-1]
**For statutory and source citations, see note to $ 2.1.
PART 3-PRIMARY INSPECTION AND DETENTION
Sec. 3.1 Ports of entry for aliens.
3.30 Visitors and traders; notation to 3.2 Immigration stations in Canada.
be made on passports. 3.3 Designated ports of entry by air- 3.31 Officials, traders, visitors; change craft.
of status, conditions. 3.4 Admissibility, prompt determina- 3.32 Japanese treaty trader; predetertion.
mination of status. 3.5 Admissibiilty of steerage passen- 3.33 Nonimmigrant bonds; approval and gers, determination.
cancelation. 3.6 Aliens coming for employment 3.34 Traders not contract laborers.
while residing in contiguous ter- 3.35 Through passengers vessels ritory; classification.
touching United States ports; 3.7 Inspection postponed; disability of time and manner of landing; liaalien.
bility of vessels. 3,8 Inspection postponed ; members of 3.36 Nonquota status; by relationship family.
to citizen, or by former citizen3.9 Inspection, postponed ; accompany
ship. ing alien.
3.37 Nonquota status on basis of former 3.10 Inspection not postponed.
residence or student status. 3.11 Necessity for immigration and 3.38 Lawful admission, when presumed.
passport visas; inadmissibility in 3.39 Nonquota status; by country of absence thereof; exceptions.
birth. 3.12 Nonimmigrants;
documents re- 3.40 Nonquota status; by relationship quired; exceptions.
to certain nonquota immigrants. 3.13 Immigrants having expired docu- 3.41 Nonquota status; failure to prove ments.
on primary inspection, 13.14 Visas and permits; record of action 3,42 Financial status.
of gration officer at port. 3.43 Reading test; aliens subject there3.15 Visas; disposition of when holder to. admitted.
3.44 Reading test; general method of 3.16 Visas; disposition of when holder application. excluded.
3.45 Reading test; exceptional method 3.17 Permits to reenter; disposition.
of application. 3.18 Visas and reentry permits; surren- 3.46 Reading test; failure to read; proder subsequent to entry.
cedure. 3.19 Permit to reenter; notation on 3.47 Exemptions from reading test.
passport when alien admitted. 3.48 Unaccompanied children; admis3.20 Identification card; duty of alien sion.
and inspector at port of arrival. 3.49 Unaccompanied children; excep3.21 Identification cards; duplicates; tional cases. disposition.
3.50 Stowaways. 3.22 Identification cards; delivery; pur- 3.51 Aliens previously rejected; exclu
pose of issuance; to whom issued ; sion; permission to reapply.
3.52 Aliens previously arrested and de3.23 Identification cards; disposition on ported; exclusion; permission to admission or exclusion of alien.
reapply. 3.24 Identification cards; issuance of 3.53 Border crossing cards; issuance
new cards for old ones; reentry and description.
3.54 Border crossing card; use. 3.25 Identification cards; to be lifted 3.55 Border crossing card; issuance to upon alien's abandonment of resi
illiterate. dence or surrender of domicile. 3.56 Border crossing cards; issuance to 3.26 Identification card; lost or de
resident aliens and citizens. stroyed; replacement.
3.57 Border crossing cards; periodic in3.27 Definitions of "status" in relation quiry; renewals.
to nonimmigrants and students. 3.58 Border crossing cards; cancelation. 3.28 Officials, visitors, traders; deter- 3.59 Immigrants, possessing proper docmination of admissibility.
uments, but who entered without 3.29 Officials, visitors, traders; period examination; procedure.
and conditions of admission.
Section 3.1 Ports of entry for aliens. The following are designated ports of entry for aliens, such ports being listed according to the numerical order of the Field Service district in which they are located:
District No. 1.-Newport, Vermont Arnold Pond, Maine.
Morristown, N. Y. Calais, Maine.
Ogdensburg, N. Y. Eastport, Maine.
Rooseveltown, N. Y. Fort Fairfield, Maine.
Rouses Point, N. Y. Fort Kent, Maine.
Trout River, N. Y. Houlton, Maine.
Waddington, N. Y. Jackman, Maine.
Alburg, Vt. Limestone, Maine.
Alburg Springs, Vt. Lubec, Maine.
Beebe Plain, Vt. Madawaska, Maine.
Beecher Falls, Vt. Robbinston, Maine (June-Sept.). Canaan, Vt. Vanceboro, Maine.
Derby Line, Vt. Van Buren, Maine.
East Richford, Vt. Alexandria Bay, N. Y.
Highgate Springs, Vt. Cape Vincent, N. Y.
Morses Line, Vt. Champlain, N. Y.
Newport, Vt. Chateaugay, N. Y.
Norton, Vt. Clayton, N. Y.
North Troy, Vt. Fort Covington, N. Y.
Richford, Vt. Louisville Landing, N. Y.
St. Albans, Vt. Malone, N, Y.
West Berkshire, Vt. Mooers, N. Y.
Isle Royal, Mich.
Dunseith, N. Dak. Baudette, Minn.
Hannah, N. Dak. Duluth, Minn.
Neche, N. Dak. International Falls, Minn.
Noonan, N. Dak. Noyes, Minn.
Northgate, N. Dak. Pigeon River, Minn.
Pembina, N. Dak. Pine Creek, Minn.
Portal, N. Dak. Ranier, Minn.
St. John, N. Dak. Richardson's Bridge, Minn. (Roseau, Sarles, N. Dak. P. O.).
Sherwood, N. Dak. Warroad, Minn.
Walhalla, N. Dak. Ambrose, N. Dak.
Westhope, N. Dak. Carbury, N. Dak.