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COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY

PETER W. RODINO, JR., New Jersey, Chairman JACK BROOKS, Texas

ROBERT MCCLORY, Illinois ROBERT W. KASTENMEIER, Wisconsin TOM RAILSBACK, Illinois DON EDWARDS, California

HAMILTON FISH, JR., New York JOHN CONYERS, JR., Michigan

M. CALDWELL BUTLER, Virginia JOHN F. SEIBERLING, Ohio

CARLOS J. MOORHEAD, California GEORGE E. DANIELSON, California

JOHN M. ASHBROOK, Ohio ROMANO L. MAZZOLI, Kentucky

HENRY J. HYDE, Illinois WILLIAM J. HUGHES, New Jersey

THOMAS N. KINDNESS, Ohio SAM B. HALL, JR., Texas

HAROLD S. SAWYER, Michigan MIKE SYNAR, Oklahoma

DAN LUNGREN, California PATRICIA SCHROEDER, Colorado

F. JAMES SENSENBRENNER, JR., BILLY LEE EVANS, Georgia

Wisconsin
DAN GLICKMAN, Kansas

BILL MCCOLLUM, Florida
HAROLD WASHINGTON, Illinois
BARNEY FRANK, Massachusetts

ALAN A. PARKER, General Counsel

GARNER J. CLINE, Staf Director
FRANKLIN G. POLK, A88ociate Counsel

SUBCOMMITTEE ON IMMIGRATION, REFUGEES, AND INTERNATIONAL LAW

ROMANO L. MAZZOLI, Kentucky, Chairman SAM B. HALL, JR., Texas

HAMILTON FISH, JR., New York PATRICIA SCHROEDER, Colorado

DAN LUNGREN, California
BARNEY FRANK, Massachusetts

BILL MCCOLLUM, Florida
GARNER J. CLINE, Counsel
ARTHUR P. ENDRES, Jr., Counsel
HARRIS N. MILLET, Legislative Assistant

CONTENTS

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SECTION OF THE IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT; SUBSECTIONS OF THE

SUMMARY

Sections:

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101-Definitions..

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101(a)(3) -Alien.

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101(a) (13)— Entry-

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101(a) (15)-Immigrants and nonimmigrants.

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101(a)(19)— Ineligible to citizenship----

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101(a)(38)—United States..

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101(b)(1)-Child.

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101(f) -Good moral character..

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101(g)—— Deportation.-

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103—Powers of the Attorney General.-

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- Delegation of authority--

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-Review by the Attorney General of Board decisions.

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106—Judicial Review..

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201—Numerical Limitations..

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203—Preferences within Quotas.

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204–Visa Petitions..

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205—Revocation of Visa Petitions.

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212—Aliens Excluded from the United States.

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212(a)(4) -Psychopathic personality-

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212(a) (9) & (10)—Criminals.-

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212(a)(14) -Aliens coming to perform labor..

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212(a) (15) -Public charges.-

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212(a) (19) -Willful misrepresentations.

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212(a) (22) -Aliens who are ineligible for citizenship or who

departed or remained outside the United States

to avoid the draft.

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212(a)(27, 28, 29)—Security risks.--

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212(c)-Discretionary relief for permanent residents.

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212(d)(5)—Parole of inadmissible aliens.-

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212(d) (7)— Entry from possessions of the United States.

212(e)—Waiver of excludability-exchange visitors...

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214— Admission of Nonimmigrants-Regulations.-

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214(d)—Issuance of visa to fiance or fiancee of citizen...

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215—Travel Control during Time of War or National Emergency - 18

224-Immediate Relative and Special Immigrant Visas.--

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235—Inspection by Immigration Officers..

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-Delayed inspection.--

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-Subpoenas..

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236—Exclusion Proceedings.

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-Effect of prior determinations..

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-Blood test evidence.

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-Finality of decisions..

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237—Deportation of Excluded Aliens.

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-Place of deportation.

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-Persecution claims.--

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241–Grounds for Deportation..--

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- Interpretation of deportation statutes.-

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Constitutionality --

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-Persons amenable to expulsion..

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241(a)(1)-Entry in violation of law.

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241(a)(4)— Crimes involving moral turpitude...

-Conviction for crime.--
-Two or more convictions.
--Sentence.

-Scope and definition of moral turpitude---
241(b)—Pardon or judicial recommendation against deportation...
241(a)(5)— Violators of registration and reporting requirements..
241(a) (6) & (7)—Security risks..
241(a)(11)-Narcotics violators..
241(a)(13)—Smugglers of aliens.
241(f)— Waiver of deportability, misrepresentations.
242—Deportation Proceedings.-
242(a)—Arrest and detention pending disposition of proceedings.
242(b)—Deportation hearings--

-Commencement of proceedings.
-App icability of Administrative Procedure Act..

-Claims of prejudgment.--
- Evidence..
-Jencks rule..
-Effect of respondent's silence..
-Effect of prior determinations.

-Burden of proof..
-Miranda rule...
-Multiple hearing---
-Right to counsel..
- Right to confrontation and compulsory process..

-Availability of discretionary relief.
242(c) and (d)—Custody or supervision after deportation order.
242(e)-Refusal to cooperate in effecting deportation.--
243(a)—Place of Deportation---
243(f)—Personal Care for Deportees with Physical or Mental Afflic-

tions...
243(h)— Persecution Claims..

-Claim of improper basis for decision..
-Claim of unfairness in procedure..

-Claim of arbitrariness-
244—Suspension of Deportation...
245 and 249—Adjustment of Status and Registry.
246—Rescission of Adjustment of Status.
247—Adjustment of Status from Resident to Nonimmigrant.
251–257—Crewmen...
261–266—Alien Registration -
273—Bringing Aliens without Visa..
274—Bringing in and Harboring Aliens.
276 Reentry of Deported Alien.-
287— Powers of Immigration Officers.
292—Right to Counsel..
301-Aquisition of U.S. Citizenship at Birth -
313—Prohibition of Naturalization of Subversives.
314— Ineligibility for Naturalization of Deserter: from Armed Forces--
315— Aliens Relieved from Military Service---

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-Liability for service...

- Application executed under mistake or duress

-Effect of the subsequent availability for service316—Naturalization Requirements...

-Residence and physical presence.

-Good moral character..

-Attachment to the Constitution.. 318—Preclusion of Naturalization when Deportation Proceedings are

Pending or a Deportation Order is Outstanding 319—Special Naturalization Benefits for Married Persons. 323—Special Naturalization Benefits for Children Adopted by U.S.

Citizens.cat 238—Special Naturalization Benefits for Veterans.

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