INS Oversight and Budget Authorization for Fiscal Year 1985: Oversight Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Immigration, Refugees, and International Law of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-eighth Congress, Second Session ... March 21, 22, and 28, 1984

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Page 162 - Each contracting State agrees to adopt all practicable measures, through the issuance of special regulations or otherwise, to facilitate and expedite navigation by aircraft between the territories of contracting States, and to prevent unnecessary delays to aircraft, crews, passengers and cargo, especially in the administration of the laws relating to immigration, quarantine, customs and clearance.
Page 353 - ... strictly in the public interest", provided that the aliens present neither a security risk nor a risk of absconding: (i) Women who have been medically certified as pregnant; (ii) Aliens who are defined as juveniles in 8 CFR 242.24.
Page 217 - Need to Reduce Public Expenditures for Newly Arrived Immigrants and Correct Inequity in Current Immigration Law 15 Aliens Are Illegally Entering the US Mainland Through Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands...
Page 217 - Illegal Entry at United States-Mexico Border-Multiagency Enforcement Efforts have not been Effective in Stemming the Flow of Drugs and People...
Page 159 - Air Transport Association of America 1709 New York Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20006...
Page 188 - ... to provide general leadership in the identification and solution of transportation problems ; and to develop and recommend to the President and the Congress for approval national transportation policies and programs to accomplish these objectives with full and appropriate consideration of the needs of the public, users, carriers, industry, labor, and the national defense.
Page 354 - July 21, 1975] 212.5 Parole of aliens into the United States. (a) General. The district director in charge of a port of entry may, prior to examination by an immigration officer, or subsequent to such examination and pending a final determination of...
Page 354 - If a relative who is not In detention cannot be located to sponsor the minor, the minor may be released with an accompanying relative who Is in detention.
Page 126 - General and any immigration officer, including special inquiry officers, shall have power to administer oaths and to take and consider evidence of or from any person touching the privilege of any alien or person he believes or suspects to be an alien to enter, reenter, pass through, or reside in the United States or concerning any matter which is material and relevant to the enforcement...
Page 144 - Counsel for the Air Transport Association of America, which represents most of the scheduled airlines of the United States.

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