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0 7—685. See 11-449. d 868. See 11—175. 0 8-140. See 8-355.

8—151. See 9—176.

8–194. See 8-307. d 8–244. See 9-235. d 8-285. See 8-621. d 8–325. See 11–175. d 8463. See 11–849. d 8592. See 10363. d 8–598. See 9-747. d 8601. See 9–105.

8–689. See 9–293. 0 9-50. See 9-478. d 9—100. See 11–864.

9–127. See 322 F.2d 21 (1963).

9–143. See 201 F. Supp. 294. r 9–159. See 12-576. 0 9-252. See 307 F.2d 905.

9—299. See 11–71.

9-340. See 10—683. r 9—428. See 304 F.2d 639 (1962). r 9—452. See 315 F.2d 673; 377 U.S. 214.

9-478. See 9-599. 0 9—524. See 376 U.S. 120 (1964).

9-542. See 9—750. d 9—585. See 12–479. d 9-595. See 10—197. r 9-599. See 11—706. d 9—602. See 11–196.

9-613. See 314 F.2d 34 (1963). d 9-636. See 11—196. r 9—660. See 10—139.

9–705. See 326 F.2d 58: 10—686. o *9—743. See 13319. o *12_40. See 13—225.

10—117. See 12—132. r 10—154. See 10—373. d 10172. See 114337. m 10–191. See 11—720. d *10—363. See 13—688.

10—494. See 11-167.

10513. See 11—234. s 104513. See 12—271.

10—516. See 350 F.2d 1 (1965). O *10-616. See 13—569.

10—683. See 13—427. d *10—737. See 13—420-1. S *10-740. See 13-488.

10—782. See 11—234.

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10—790. See 350 F.2d 1 (1965). r 11—15. See 361 F.2d 329 (1966).

11–42. See 360 F.2d 304 (1966). o

11–106. See 358 F2d 151 (1966). d 11—109. See 12-835.

11–151. See 12–513. r 11—213. See 368 F2d 637 (1966) s *114317. See 13—494. d *11–325. See 13_696. d 114432. See 11—625. r 11-489. See 368 F.2d 637 (1966).

11–565. See 370 F2d 305 (1966). r *11–615. See 409 F.2d 820 (1969). d *11-649. See 13—5.

*11—649. See 445 F.2d 1362. o *11—660. See 13—581. r *11—704. See 13—483. r 11—712. See 12–733. r 11—853. See 12—29, 34. o *11-864. See 13–641. d 12–56. See 12—688. d 12—69. See 12-479. r *12-143. See 13–79. r 12–166. See 399 F.2d 98 (1968). r *12–325. See 406 F.2d 499 (C.A. 9, 1969); Cert. den. 395 U.S. 908. d 12-328. See 12—827.

12—332. See 397 F.2d 946 (1968). d *12—332. See 13—577. r *12—335. See 406 F.2d 774 (C.A.9, 1969). r *12—338. See 407 F.2d 1405 (1969). r *12—344. See 450 F.2d 103 (1969). r

12—371. See 397 F.2d 196 (1968). 0 *12—429. See 13—651.

12—452. See 394 F.2d 223 (1968).

12–516. See 389 F.2d 978 (1968); 390 U.S. 1040. o *12—520. See 415 F.2d 1266 (1969). r *12–537. See 415 F.2d 481 (C.A. 9, 1969). d *12_599. See 13-1.

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d *13–84. See 13—535. r *13—141. See 445 F.2d 217 (1971). r *13—161. See 427 F.2d 1143 (1970). f *13—214. See 13—446. f *13–214. See 13—785. o *13–214. See 439 F.2d 244 (C.A. 9, 1971). r *13—232. See 422 F.2d 807 (C.A. 7, 1970). m*13—251. See 13—651-2. r *13—268. See 460 F.2d 1121 (C.A. 3, 1972). r *13–294. See 445 F.2d 217 (1971). r *13–374. See 424 F.2d 501. r *134439. See 456 F.2d 1092 (C.A. 9, 1972); Cert. den. 409 U.S. 845. o *13—449. See 440 F.2d 701 (1971). d *13—453. See 13—688. r *13—483. See 433 F.2d 635 (1970). r *13—497. See 438 F.2d 933 (C.A. 9, 1971). r *13—543. See 441 F.2d 1245 (1971). r *13—566. See 440 F.2d 757 (1971). d *13–606. See 134729. r *13—694. See 456 F.2d 424 (1972). o *13—810. See 466 F.2d 1371 (C.A. 5, 1972). d 81 F. Supp. 591 (1948). See 5–593, 596. f 119 F. Supp. 610. See 6_505, 579. d 157 F. Supp. 808 (1957). See 12—5. d 157 F. Supp. 808 (1957). See 12—555. d 174 F. Supp. 531. See 12—555. d 203 F. Supp. 880 (1962). See 1245. f *237 F. Supp. 282 (1964). See 13—569. d 239 F. Supp. 531 (1965). See 12—342. d 239 F. Supp. 531 (1965). See 12–544. d 270 F. Supp. 516. See 12–544. d *296 F. Supp. 1244. See 13—520. d 161 F.2d 559. See 3—155, 184, 396; 4–573, 574. d 177 F.2d 450. See 4-485. d 178F.2d 670. See 4–485. d 184 F.2d 382. See 3—652; 4–424, 428-430. d 193 F.2d 706 (1951). See 5–106. d 193 F.2d 1002. See 6—254. d 197 F.2d 462; 344 U.S. 916. See 7—186, 189. d 205 F.2d 533; U.S. 876. See 5–672; 6—667. d 208 F.2d 498. See 8–551. d 212 F.2d 128. See 6–252. f 213 F.2d 759 (1954). See 6_505, 579. d 246 F.2d 287. See 9-327. d 261 F.2d 952. See 8-469. d 273 F.2d 760. See 9-106. d *329 F.2d 812. See 13—785. d *408 F.2. 1196. See 13—514. d *408 F.2d 1196. See 13–575. d *440 F.2d 701. See 13—805.

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340 U.S. 162. See 4-135.
341 U.S. 41 (1951). See 5—106.
341 U.S. 223 (1951). See 74114, 116.
345 U.S. 206 (1953). See 5—715.
347 U.S. 637 (1954). See 5–668, 672.
349 U.S. 901. See 7—478, 483.
350 U.S. 551 (1956). See 7—308.
356 U.S. 691 (1958). See 8—122, 551, 577; 9—643.
374 U.S. 449. See 10—480, 513, 522, 529, 551.
374U.S. 469 (1963). See 10—431.
376 U.S. 120 (1964). See 11–322.
385 U.S. 214. See 12—72, 137.
385 U.S. 214. See 12—683.

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MATTER OF THOMPSON

In Deportation Proceedings

A-18180078

Decided by Board August 29, 1968

Deportability under section 241(a) (1), Immigration and Nationality Act, for

lack of a valid section 212(a) (14) labor certification at entry is not sustained in the case of an alien who, acting in good faith, was admitted in possession of an immigrant visa based on a labor certification as a sleepin domestic, who failed to obtain the employment with the prospective employer because it had been withdrawn the morning of the day of her arrival, and who obtained another job the following morning as a sleep-in domestic for which she secured a new labor certification. [Matter of Paco,

12 I. & N. Dec. 599, distinguished.] CHARGE:

Order: Act of 1952—Section 241 (a) (1) [8 U.S.C. 1251 (a) (1)]-Exclud

able at entry-lacking certification required under section 212(a) (14), 1952 Act (8 U.S.C. 1182(a) (14)).

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The special inquiry officer found respondent deportable and granted her voluntary departure. He certified his order to the Board.

Respondent, a 32-year-old married female, a native and citizen of Jamaica, and an experienced domestic, received a certification from the Department of Labor that her entry for permanent residence to take employment in the Baltimore, Maryland area as a sleep-in domestic was authorized because sufficient workers were not available and her employment would not adversely affect workers similarly employed. The certification was dated December 5, 1967. Her visa was issued on March 8, 1968. Respondent arrived on March 13, 1968 at 6 P.M. and was admitted. The admitting immigrant inspector whom she asked to call her prospective employer was informed that the offer of employment had

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