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Naturalization Continued
Special classes for --Continued

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Veterans of United States armed forces.

9,
10, 105-111, 215, 216, 342, 343, 541-545
Women.

3, 7, 64, 78, 94-96,
210, 212, 213, 335, 338, 339, 400-403, 435, 446, 447, 524, 534-537
Naturalization courts:
Alien must reside in jurisdiction of

3, 209, 302, 335, 434, 435, 524
Clerk of court. (See Clerk of court.)
Definition..

2, 208, 333, 415, 517
Designation of

3, 63, 209, 335, 434, 435, 523
Filing petition for naturalization during term or vacation...

15,

221, 348, 463, 558
Forms, blank for use in naturalization proceedings, to be furnished
by Commissioner..

3, 64, 209, 335, 434, 435, 524
Jurisdiction of ----

3, 209, 302, 335, 434, 435, 523
Naturalization laws of the Philippine Islands:
March 26, 1920..

619-621
November 30, 1928..

621, 622
Noel, Regis, president of the Bar Association of the District of Columbia-- 165,

166, 191, 193, 198, 199, 205, 371, 372

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Oath of allegiance may be taken abroad before consular officer of the
United States.

8, 96, 214, 340, 402, 447, 536
Oath of renunciation and allegiance:
Administered in open court before being admitted to citizenship-

16,

222, 348, 467, 561
Form prescribed...

16, 222, 349, 467, 561
Renunciation of title and order of nobility-

16, 222, 349, 467, 561
Required for naturalization..

16, 222, 348, 467, 561
O'Day, Caroline M. (Member of Congress, New York). II, 33, 242, 300, 322, 364
Offenses and penalties. (See Penal provisions.)

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Panama Canal Zone, citizenship of person born in..

144,

145, 209, 302, 335, 366-371
Penal provisions.-

21-24, 128, 227-231, 353-357, 478–484, 577-589
Perkins, Frances, Secretary of Labor..

410, 515, 609
Petition of naturalization:
Contents..

13-16, 116–118, 220, 221, 346–348, 396, 461-463, 554–558
Filed where.

64
Hearing of:
Designated examiners, authority broadened to State courts.

15,

118, 221, 348, 463–465, 558, 559
Final...

15, 119–121, 348, 465–467, 559, 560
Name of alien may be changed...

16, 121, 222, 348, 467, 560
Right of United States to call witnesses, produce evidence, and be

heard in opposition to granting of - 15, 121, 222, 348, 466, 467, 560
Time limitation for filing -

13,
116-118, 220, 313–316, 325, 326, 461, 554, 558
Philippine Islands:
Naturalization of Filipinos as citizens of the United States.

3,
4, 65, 66, 106-108, 210, 450-4
Photographic studio, quarters to be furnished by Government and to be
under supervision of Commissioner..

11, 114, 218, 344, 457, 549
Photographs:
Affixed to citizenship certificate-

12, 218, 345, 396, 458, 459, 551
Affixed to declaration of intention..

12, 218, 345, 458, 459, 551
Furnished by applicant for registry-

12, 218, 345, 459, 551
Quarters provided by Government for photograph studio.

11,

114, 218, 344, 457, 549
Requirements.

12, 115, 218, 344, 396, 458, 459, 551
Poage, William R. (Member of Congress, Texas). II, 35, 37–54, 330, 362, 364
President of the United States, messages from..

235, 406, 511, 605
Puerto Ricans, citizenship of. (See Citizenship. See also Nationals and

citizens at birth, and Naturalization of.)

41, 542

Il,

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Razovsky, Cecilia.

392
Rees, Edward H. (Member of Congress, Kansas) -

29–32, 35, 37-40, 42, 46, 54, 56-150, 152–174, 177, 179–184, 186,
187, 191, 193–205, 239-252, 254-257, 261, 264, 265, 268, 271, 272,
275, 276, 279, 281, 283–287, 290-294, 296,307, 309, 310, 313–332,

361, 363.
Registry of aliens:
At ports of entry, created after entry

12, 114, 115, 218, 344, 457, 458, 549, 550
Certificate of arrival based on..

12, 115, 218, 345, 458, 550
Procedure.

11, 12, 114, 115, 218, 344, 457, 458, 549, 550
Repatriation:
Former citizen expatriated through service in Allied armed forces.- 9,

105, 106, 125, 215, 311, 342, 396, 450, 540
Former citizen on establishing permanent residence and taking oath of
allegiance

187, 188, 288
Same citizenship status as before.---- 8, 99, 187, 188, 214, 288, 341, 448, 535
Republic of Panama, citizenship of person born in.-- 144, 209, 332, 335, 366-371
Residence:
Definition of

2, 54, 208, 211, 306, 334, 337, 417, 518
Exemptions:
Clergyman or nun.

322, 323, 331, 338
Employee of American organization engaged in foreign trade,
or research, stationed abroad..

5, 69, 70, 72, 73, 210,
211, 212, 309, 310, 337, 437, 438, 440, 526, 527, 595
Employees of United States Government stationed abroad. 4, 5,

69–73, 84-87, 210, 211, 212, 309, 310, 337, 437, 438, 440, 526, 527
Former citizen expatriated through parents' expatriation-

8,
96-99, 215, 255, 341, 447, 448, 537, 596
Honorable service in United States armed forces

5,
31, 69, 70, 72, 73, 82, 83, 215, 216, 450-452
Seamen, service on American merchant vessels

5,
10, 31, 69–72, 108–111, 211, 306-308, 325, 337, 439, 453, 528
Seamen, service on vessels of United States Government- 5, 19, 31,

70, 71, 211, 306, 325, 337, 370, 438, 528
Service in armed forces or United States Government in Panama
Canal Zone.

5, 72, 73, 211, 337, 366–371, 439, 529
Spouse of United States citizen, petitioner for naturalization -- 6,

77–87, 212, 213, 237, 308, 309, 338, 339, 375, 380, 395, 441-443,

531-533.
In the Panama Canal Zone.

366–371, 439, 529
In United States; length of, required for derivative citizenship by
child:
By parent.

40–42
By child.

40–42
Length of, in State required..

5, 73, 74, 211, 337, 439, 440, 529, 530
Philippine Islands, allowed for certain military or naval service 9, 10, 106-108
Proof of, requirements for naturalization.-

5, 211,

338, 439–441, 529, 530
Requirements for naturalization.

3-5,
69–73, 77-100, 102, 106-108, 210-216, 337–343, 395, 435–453,

457, 458, 470, 526-529, 532, 592-595.
Revised statutes of United States, text of or cited:
Section 1044.

641
Section 1992

26, 233, 360, 519, 598, 614
Section 1993

26, 55–57, 59, 62, 78, 88, 233,

360, 375, 420, 519, 520, 533, 598, 613, 641, 688
Section 1996.

492, 526, 591, 615, 641
Section 1997

592
Section 1998_ 27, 132, 234, 360, 491, 590, 591, 599, 615, 641, 642, 662, 663
Section 1999

616
Section 2000

616
Section 2001.

616

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Section 2166

26, 233, 543, 598, 642
Section 2169

65, 107, 524, 642
Section 2172

26, 233, 533, 598, 642
Revocation of naturalization:

Assistance of United States attorneys, the Commissioner, or a deputy
commissioner in proceeding for...

17, 123, 223, 350, 469, 564, 565
Certified copy of court's order furnished to Commissioner

18,

123, 224, 351, 471, 472, 566
Conviction of a felony involving moral turpitude..

17,

18, 123, 470, 471, 565
Conviction of knowingly procuring naturalization in violation of law,
cause for

18, 123, 224, 350, 471, 566
Court to make order of...

18, 123, 224, 351, 471, 472, 566
Duties of clerk of court relative to.- 18, 123, 224, 351, 468, 469, 471, 564, 566
Evidence of fraud in obtaining certificate of naturalization, ground
for.

17, 18, 123, 124, 224, 350, 471, 565
Illegality, cause for

18, 124, 223, 350, 351, 471, 565
Information furnished by consuls and diplomatic officers..

17,

224, 350, 470, 565
Not to affect validity of citizenship, etc., of wife or minor child..

312,

313, 350, 397
Notice to naturalized person to make answer. 17, 223, 350, 469, 470, 565
Permanent residence abroad as cause for .-- 17, 122, 224, 350, 409, 470, 565

Surrender of certificate on order of court. 18, 123, 224, 351, 471, 472, 566
Rice, Millard W., legislative representative, Veterans of Foreign Wars of
the United States.

373, 374
Riley, Gerard, solicitor, Department of Labor...

147,

149–157, 191, 193, 197-199, 205
Rockefeller, Lewis K. (Member of Congress, New York)-- II, 77, 101, 129, 167

S
Sack, Alexander N.

392
Saving clauses..

25, 231, 357, 484, 589
Scharlin, Sidney, assistant clerk, Committee on Immigration and Natu-
ralization..

II
Schibsby, Marian.

392
Schulte, William T. (Member of Congress, Indiana).

II, 328-331
Seamen:

Naturalization of... 10, 108, 111, 215, 216, 311, 342, 375, 396, 452, 485, 544
Service on United States Government or merchant vessel, residence
exemptions.

5, 10, 31, 69–72, 108–111, 211,

306–308, 325, 337, 370, 375, 438, 439, 528
Secretary of State:

Approval report of diplomatic or consular officers, respecting loss of
nationality.

26, 143, 233, 237, 360, 507
Certificates of nationality for persons not naturalized citizens.

26,

143, 233, 237, 360, 507
Shaughnessey, Edward J., Deputy Commissioner of Immigration and
Naturalization.

85,
89, 90, 95, 101, 111, 128, 129, 147, 152–157, 160–163, 165-167, 176,
187, 189, 191-197, 200, 204, 205, 274, 278, 282, 305-307, 326, 364,

365.
Shoemaker, Thomas B., Deputy Commissioner of Immigration and Natu-
ralization.

56, 59–62, 77–129, 137, 141, 142, 145, 147, 153, 159–162, 164, 167,
169–172, 173-177, 179–182, 184-187, 191, 193–196, 198–203,

254-257, 292, 293, 329, 330.
Spouse:
Alien married to citizen employed abroad, naturalization.

6,

84–87, 212, 339, 443, 532
Alien married to citizen, naturalization (between September 21, 1922,
and May 24, 1934..

6,
77–84, 212, 213, 338, 339, 375, 380, 395, 441-443, 531
Alien married to citizen on date of act, or thereafter marries a citizen.- 6,

80–84, 212, 309, 338, 339, 375, 395, 442, 443, 485, 532

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Naturalized after marriage or whose spouse was naturalized on or after

May 24, 1934, naturalization validated.-- 6, 78, 79, 212, 339, 441, 442, 531
Residence requirements, and exemptions for naturalization.. 6, 77-84,

211, 212, 237, 309, 338, 339, 375, 380, 395, 441-443, 485, 531, 532
State Department, scope of interest in revision and codification of nation-
ality laws..

35, 36
Statistical reports to be prepared on naturalization.

11,

20, 128, 227, 353, 478, 577
Straus, Dorothy.

392
Subcommittee, authorization of, to consider H. R. 6127, a bill to revise and
codify the nationality laws of the United States

32
Swenson, Rinehart J., chairman, Committee of National Council on
Naturalization and Citizenship--

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Talle, Henry 0. (Member of Congress, Iowa)-

11, 243, 249
Taylor, Chester.

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Textbooks for instruction and training in citizenship responsibilities -

11,

20, 127, 227, 353, 455, 456, 478, 576
Treadwell, Lester, legislative representative, State Council, Junior Order
United American Mechanics..

377-379
Treaty provisions:
Albania, articles I-IV.

626, 627
Austria, articles 1 and 230.

627
Belgium, articles I-IV.

627
Brazil, articles I-V.

628, 629
Bulgaria, articles I-III.

629
Costa Rica, articles I-V

629, 630
Czechoslovakia, articles I-III.

630, 631
Denmark:
Articles I-III.

631
Article 6...

624
Germany, articles I and 278.

631, 632
Great Britain, articles I-III.

632
Haiti, articles I-V.

632, 633
Honduras, articles I-V.

633, 634
Hungary, articles I and 213.

634
Multipartite treaties:1

Status of naturalized citizens, articles I-IV (Rio de Janeiro) -- 639, 640
Nationality of women, articles I-V (Montevideo) --

640, 641
Nicaragua, articles I-V..

634, 635
Norway, article I..

635
Peru, articles I-V.

635, 636
Portugal, articles I-III.

636
Russia (article III, ceding Alaska).

617
Salvador, articles 1-V-

637
Spain (article IX re Philippine Islands).

618
Sweden, article I..

637
Sweden and Norway:
Articles I-III.

638
Protocol.---

638, 639
Uruguay, articles I-V..

639
Trevor, John B., president, American Coalition.--

374-376

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Van Zandt, James E. (Member of Congress, Pennsylvania).

II.
245–247, 249, 251, 253, 258, 264, 271, 276, 277, 280-282, 291, 293–

296, 302–308, 315, 317, 319-321, 362.
Vickers, Grace Kanode, secretary, American Bar Association. -
Virgin Islands, persons born in.

3, 209, 374, 375, 380

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Ward, David J. (Member of Congress, Maryland)

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Warren, Avra M., Chief of Visa Division, Department of State -

30,

33, 239, 247, 294–296, 330
Witnesses:
Affidavits of, as proof of residence and good moral character

5,

14, 211, 338, 439, 529
Clerk of court to issue subpena.--

5, 74, 212, 338, 440, 441, 530
Cross-examination by United States, right to.---

15,

121, 222, 348, 466, 467, 560
Eligibility, credibility, and competency of witness.

5,

74, 75, 211, 212, 338, 439 441, 530
Excused from final hearing-

15, 64, 119, 222, 348, 465, 560
Oral testimony of...

5, 211, 338, 439-441, 530
Right of United States to call.

15, 121, 222, 348, 466, 467, 560
Substitution of..---

5, 74, 75, 212, 338, 440, 441, 530
Women:
Alien, married to citizen, naturalization exemptions -

6,

77–84, 212, 339, 441, 442, 531
Expatriation of

289, 301, 382
Naturalization in foreign country of husband, effect on..

261-265
Naturalization, right to be

3, 64, 65, 210, 335, 435, 524, 534, 535
Resumption of citizenship by

7,
64, 78, 94–96, 214, 340, 400—403, 446, 447, 534-537
Woodring, Harry H., Secretary of War..

366-371

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