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enter the United States, as defined in $ 53.1. The fee for granting an exception under this subsection is $25. (Proclamation 3004 dated January 17, 1953, 18 F.R. 489, 3 CFR, 1949–1953 Comp.) [22 F.R. 10836, Dec. 27, 1957, as amended, 23 F.R. 8699, Nov. 7, 1958; Dept. Reg. 108.456, 26 F.R. 482, Jan. 19, 1961; Dept. Reg. 108.460, 26 F.R. 1242, Feb. 14, 1961)

§ 53.4 Persons considered as bearing

passports. Every citizen of the United States, or person who owes allegiance to the United States, who is included in a valid passport issued by or under authority of the Secretary of State shall for the purpose of the rules and regulations in this part be considered as bearing a separate valid passport if such passport is presented to the appropriate official at the time he departs from or enters into or attempts to depart from or enter into any territory of the United States as defined in $ 53.1. § 53.5 Prevention of departure from or

entry into the United States. (a) Nothing in this part shall be construed as prohibiting the Secretary of State or his representative at a port in the United States from preventing the departure from or entry into the United States, as defined in $ 53.1, of a citizen of the United States or a person who owes allegiance to the United States, unless he bears a passport, card of identification, or other document of identity issued by or under authority of the Secretary of State, notwithstanding the fact he may be destined for or arriving from a place outside any such territory of the United States for which a valid passport is not required under the regulations in this part.

(b) Nor shall anything in the regulations in this part be construed as prohibiting the Secretary of State or his representative at a port in the United States from preventing temporarily the departure from or entry into the United

States, as defined in $ 53.1, of a citizen of the United States or a person who owes allegiance to the United States, notwithstanding the fact that such person may bear a valid passport, card of identification, or other document of identity issued by or under authority of the Secretary of State or be destined for or arriving from a place outside any such territory of the United States for which a valid passport is not required under the regulations in this part. $ 53.6 Attempt of a citizen or national

to enter without a valid passport. If any person who alleges that he is a citizen of the United States or a person who owes allegiance to the United States attempts to enter the United States contrary to the provisions of the regulations in this part, the appropriate officer of the United States at the port at which the attempt is made to enter the United States, if satisfied that such person is a citizen of the United States or a person who owes allegiance to the United States, shall detain such person and immediately report the facts in the case to the Secretary of State and await his instructions. § 53.7 Optional use of a valid passport.

Nothing in this part shall be construed to prevent the use of a valid passport by any citizen of the United States, or a person who owes allegiance to the United States, in a case in which a passport is not required by this part. § 53.8 Discretional exercise of author

ity in passport matters. Nothing in this part shall be construed to prevent the Secretary of State from exercising the discretion resting in him to refuse to issue a passport, to restrict its use to certain countries, to withdraw or cancel a passport already issued, or to withdraw a passport for the purpose of restricting its validity or use in certain countries. (Dept. Reg. 108.360, 23 F.R. 2244, Apr. 5, 1958)

SUBCHAPTER GINTERNATIONAL EDUCATIONAL AND

CULTURAL EXCHANGE 1

PART 61—PAYMENTS TO AND ON

BEHALF OF PARTICIPANTS IN THE
INTERNATIONAL EDUCATIONAL
AND CULTURAL EXCHANGE PRO-

GRAM 1 Sec. 61.1 Definitions. 61.2 Applicability of this part under special

circumstances. 61.3 Grants to foreign participants to ob

serve, consult, or demonstrate spe

cial skills. 61.4 Grants to foreign participants to lec

ture, teach, and engage in research. 61.5 Grants to foreign participants to study. 61.6 Assignment of United States Govern

ment employees to consult, lecture, teach, engage in research, or demon

strate special skills. 61.7 Grants to United States participants to

consult, lecture, teach, engage in research, demonstrate special skills, or

engage in specialized programs. 61.8 Grants to United States participants to

study. 61.9 General provisions.

(b) Program and Department. For convenience, the international educational and cultural exchange program of the Department of State will hereinafter be referred to as the “program," and the Department of State will hereinafter be referred to as the “Department.”

(c) Participant. Any person taking part in the program for purposes listed in $$ 61.3 through 61.8, including both citizens of the United States and citizens and nationals of the other countries with which the program is conducted.

(d) Transportation. A11 necessary travel on railways, airplanes, steamships, busses, streetcars, taxicabs, and other usual means of conveyance.

(e) Excess baggage. Baggage in excess of the weight or size carried free by public carriers on first-class service.

(f) Per diem allowance. Per diem in lieu of subsistence includes all charges for meals and lodging; fees and tips; telegrams and telephone calls reserving hotel accommodations; laundry, cleaning and pressing of clothing; transportation between places of lodging or business and places where meals are taken. (22 F.R. 10836, Dec. 27, 1957, as amended by Dept. Reg. 108.523, 30 F.R. 10229, Aug. 18, 1965)

AUTHORITY: The provisions of this Part 61 issued under sec. 4, 63 Stat. 111, as amended; 5 U.S.C. 22, 151c. Interpret or apply 75 Stat. 527-538.

SOURCE: The provisions of this Part 61 appear at 22 F.R. 10836, Dec. 27, 1957, unless otherwise noted. $ 61.1 Definitions.

For the purpose of this part the following terms shall have the meaning here given:

(a) International educational and cultural exchange program of the Department of State. A program to promote mutual understanding between the people of the United States and those of other countries and to strengthen cooperative international relations in connection with which payments are made direct by the Department of State, as well as similar programs carried out by other Government departments and agencies and by private organizations with funds appropriated or allocated to the Department of State when the regulations in this part apply under the provisions of § 61.2 (a) and (b).

§ 61.2 Applicability of this part under

special circumstances. (a) Funds administered by another department or agency. The regulations in this part shall apply to payments made to or on behalf of participants from funds appropriated or allocated to the Department and transferred by the Department to some other department, agency or independent establishment of the Government unless the terms of the transfer provide that such regulations shall not apply in whole or in part or with such modifications as may be prescribed in each case to meet the exigencies of the particular situation.

(b) Funds administered by private organizations. The regulations in this part shall apply to payments made to or on behalf of participants from funds appropriated or allocated to the Department and administered by an institution,

1 Dept. Reg. 108.523, 30 F.R. 10229, Aug. 18, 1965.

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facility, or organization in accordance entire period covered by his grant unless with the terms of a contract or grant otherwise designated. made by the Department with or to such

(d) Allowance. An allowance of not private organizations, unless the terms

to exceed $70 in lieu of per diem while of such contract or grant provide that

traveling to and from the United States. the regulations in this part are not to

(e) Tuition and related expenses. be considered applicable or that they are

Tuition and related expenses in connecto be applied with such modifications

tion with attendance at seminars and as may be prescribed in each case to

or meet the exigencies of the particular

workshops, professional meetings,

other events in keeping with the purpose situation.

of the grant. (c) Appropriations OT allocations.

(f) Books and educational materials The regulations in this part shall apply

allowance. A reasonable allowance for to payments made by the Department

books and educational materials. with respect to appropriations or allo

(g) Advance of funds. Advance of cations which are or may hereafter be made available to the Department for

funds including per diem. the program so far as the regulations in (22 F.R. 10836, Dec. 27, 1957, as amended by this part are not inconsistent therewith.

Dept. Reg. 108.468, 26 F.R. 3103, Apr. 12, 1961;

Dept. Reg. 108.523, 30 F.R. 10230, Aug. 18, § 61.3 Grants to foreign participants to

1965; Dept. Reg. 109.524, 30 F.R. 12639, Oct. 2, observe, consult, or demonstrate spe

1965) cial skills.

$ 61.4

Grants to foreign participants to A citizen or national of a foreign coun

lecture, teach, and engage in try who has been awarded a grant to ob

search. serve, consult with colleagues, demonstrate special skills, or engage in spe

A citizen or national of a foreign councialized programs, may be entitled to

try who has been awarded a grant to any or all of the following benefits when

lecture, teach, and engage in research authorized by the Department:

may be entitled to any or all of the fol(a) Transportation. Accommoda

lowing benefits when authorized by the tions, as authorized, on steamship, air

Department: plane, railway, or other means of con

(a) Transportation. Accommodations,

as authorized, on steamship, airplane, veyance. For travel in a privately owned vehicle, reimbursement will be in accord

railway, or other means of conveyance. ance with the provisions of the Stand

For travel in a privately owned vehicle,

reimbursement will be in accordance ardized Government Travel Regulations.

with the provisions of the Standardized (b) Excess baggage. Excess baggage

Government Travel Regulations. Upon as deemed necessary by the Department.

determination by the Department that (c) Per diem allowances. Per diem al- difficulties experienced in obtaining the lowance not to exceed $20 in lieu of sub- services of well qualified grantees from sistence expenses while participating in certain countries warrants it, provision the program in the United States, its ter- may be made for payment for the travel ritories or possessions and while travel

one dependent member of the ing within or between the United States, grantee's immediate family. its territories or possessions: Provided, (b) Excess baggage. Excess baggage however, That, in accordance with as deemed necessary by the Department. standards and procedures prescribed (c) Per diem allowance. Per diem alfrom time to time by the Assistant Sec- lowance not to exceed $18 in lieu of subretary of State for Educational and sistence expenses while participating in Cultural Affairs, a per diem allowance of the program in the United States, its ternot to exceed $35 may be established in ritories or possessions and while travelthe case of participants whose status and ling within or between the United States, position require special treatment: And its territories and possessions. provided further, That the Assistant (d) Allowance. An allowance of not Secretary of State for Educational and to exceed $50 in lieu of per diem while Cultural Affairs may in the case of any traveling to and from the United States. particular participant authorize a per (e) Tuition and related expenses. diem allowance in excess of $35. The Tuition and related expenses in connecparticipant shall be considered as re- tion with attendance at educational inmaining in a travel status during the stitutions, seminars and workshops, pro

of

fessional meetings, or other events in service abroad to consult, lecture, teach, keeping with the purpose of the grant. engage in research, or demonstrate

(f) Books and educational materials special skills, may be entitled to any or allowance. A reasonable allowance for

all of the following benefits when aubooks and educational materials.

thorized by the Department: (g) Advance of funds. Advance of funds including per diem.

(a) Transportation. Transportation [22 F.R. 10836, Dec. 27, 1957, as amended by

and miscellaneous expenses in the United Dept. Reg. 108.434, 25 F.R. 4743, May 28, 1960; 29 F.R. 13102, Sept. 19, 1964; Dept. Reg.

States and abroad, including baggage 108.523, 30 F.R. 10230, Aug. 18, 1965)

charges, and per diem in lieu of subsist8 61.5 Grants to foreign participants to

ence at the maximum rates allowable

while in a travel status in accordance study.

with the provisions of the Standardized A citizen or national of a foreign coun- Government Travel Regulations and the try who has been awarded a grant to Travel Expense Act of 1949, as amended. study may be entitled to any or all of the

The participant shall be considered as following benefits when authorized by the

remaining in a travel status during the Department:

entire period covered by his assignment (a) Transportation. Accommoda- unless otherwise designated. tions, as authorized, on steamship, air- (b) Advance of funds. Advances of plane, railway, or other means of per diem as provided in the Travel Exconveyance.

pense Act of 1949, as amended. (b) Excess baggage. Excess baggage (c) Compensation. Compensation in as deemed necessary by the Department.

accordance with Civil Service rules; or (c) Per diem allowance. (1) Per

in accordance with the grade in which diem allowance not to exceed $12 in lieu

the position occupied may be adminisof subsistence expenses while traveling

tratively classified; or Foreign Service (i) from point of entry in the United

Act, as amended. States, its territories or possessions, to orientation centers and while in attend

(d) Allowances for cost of living and ance at such centers, for purposes of

living quarters. Allowances for living orientation, not to exceed 30 days, (ii) to quarters, heat, fuel, light, and to comeducational institutions of affiliation, pensate for the increased cost of living and (iii) to point of departure; and while in accordance with the Standardized participating in authorized field trips or

Regulations (Government Civilians, conferences.

Foreign Areas), when not in a travel (d) Allowance. An allowance of not

status as provided in paragraph (a) of to execed $35 in lieu of per diem while

this section. traveling to and from the United States.

(e) Books and educational materials (e) Tuition. Tuition and related fees

allowance. A reasonable allowance for for approved courses of study.

books and educational materials. Such (f) Books and educational materials allowance. A reasonable allowance for

books and materials, unless otherwise

specified, shall be selected by the embooks and educational materials.

ployee and purchased and shipped by the (g) Tutoring assistance. Special tutoring assistance in connection with ap

Department or its agent. At the concluproved courses of study.

sion of the assignment, the books and ed

ucational materials shall be transferred (h) Advance of funds. Advance of

to and become the property of an funds including per diem.

appropriate local institution or [22 F.R. 10836, Dec. 27, 1957, as amended by Dept. Reg. 108.518, 30 F.R. 3265, Mar. 10, 1965;

otherwise disposed of as directed by Dept. Reg. 108.523, 30 F.R. 10230, Aug. 18,

the Department. 1965)

(f) Families and effects. Cost of trans

portation of immediate family and § 61.6 Assignment of United States Gov

household goods and effects when going ernment employees to consult, lec

to and returning from posts of assignture, teach, engage in research, or

ment in foreign countries in accordance demonstrate special skills.

with the provisions of the Foreign Service An employee of the United States Regulations of the United States of Government who has been assigned for America.

be

$ 61.7

Grants to United States partici- either by the grantee, or the Department pants to consult, lecture, teach, en- or its agent. At the conclusion of the gage in research, demonstrate spe- grant, the books and materials shall be cial skills, or engage in specialized transferred to and become the property programs.

of an appropriate local institution or be A citizen or resident of the United

otherwise disposed of as directed by the States who has been awarded a grant to Department. consult, lecture, teach, engage in re- (Dept. Reg. 108.498, 28 F.R. 9527, Aug. 30, search, demonstrate special skills, or en- 1963, as amended at 30 F.R. 10230, Aug. 18, gage in specialized programs may be

1965) entitled to any or all of the following benefits when authorized by the Department.

§ 61.8 Grants to United States partici(a) Transportation. Transportation in the United States and abroad, includ

pants to study. ing baggage charges.

A citizen of the United States who has (b) Subsistence and miscellaneous

been awarded a grant to study may be travel expenses. Per diem, in lieu of sub

entitled to any or all of the following sistence while in a travel status, at the

benefits when authorized by the Departmaximum rates allowable in accordance

ment. with the provisions of the Standardized (a) Transportation. Transportation Government Travel Regulations and the and miscellaneous expenses in the United Travel Expense Act of 1949, as amended, States and abroad, including baggage unless otherwise specified, and miscella- charges, and per diem in lieu of subneous travel expenses, in the United sistence while in a travel status. Per States and abroad. Alternatively, a diem at the maximum rates allowable travel allowance may be authorized to in accordance with the provisions of the cover subsistence and miscellaneous Standardized Government Travel Regutravel expenses. The participant shall lations and the Travel Expense Act of be considered as remaining in a travel 1949, as amended, unless otherwise status during the entire period covered specified. Travel status shall terminate by his grant unless otherwise designated. upon arrival at the place of study desig

(c) Orientation and debriefing within nated in the grant and shall recommence the United States. For the purpose of upon departure from that place to return orientation and debriefing within the home. United States, compensation, travel, and (b) Orientation and debriefing withper diem at the maxirium rates allow- in the United States. For the purpose able in accordance with the provisions of orientation and debriefing within the of the Standardized Government Travel United States travel and per diem at Regulations and the Travel Expense Act the maximum rates allowable in accordof 1949, as amended, unless otherwise ance with the provisions of the Standardspecified. Alternatively, a travel allow- ized Government Travel Regulations ance may be authorized to cover sub- and the Travel Expense Act of 1949, as sistence and miscellaneous travel ex- amended, unless otherwise specified. penses.

(c) Advance of funds. Advance of (d) Advance of funds. Advance of funds including per diem. funds, including allowance for books and (d) Maintenance allowance. A maineducational materials and per diem, or tenance allowance at a rate to be specialternatively, the allowance to cover sub- fied in each grant. sistence and miscellaneous travel ex- (e) Tuition. Tuition and related fees penses.

for approved courses of study. (e) Compensation. Compensation at (f) Books and educational materials a rate to be specified in each grant.

allowance. A reasonable allowance for (f) Allowances. Appropriate allow- books and educational materials. ances as determined by the Department. (g) Tutoring assistance. Special tu

(g) Books and educational materials toring assistance in connection with allowance. Where appropriate, an al- approved courses of study. lowance for books and educational materials. Such books and materials, unless

§ 61.9

General provisions. otherwise specified, shall be selected by The following provisions shall apply the grantee and purchased and shipped to the foregoing regulations:

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