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Sec. 233. Temporary removal for examination upon arrival.
Sec. 234. Physical and mental examination.
Sec. 235. Inspection by immigrant officers.
Sec. 236. Exclusion of aliens.
Sec. 237. Immediate deportation of aliens excluded from admis-

sion or entering in violation of law. Sec. 238. Entry through or from foreign contiguous territory and

adjacent islands; landing stations. Sec. 239. Designation of ports of entry for aliens arriving by civil

aircraft. Sec. 240. Records of admission.

CHAPTER 5-DEPORTATION; ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS Sec. 241. General classes of deportable aliens. Sec. 242. Apprehension and deportation of aliens. Sec. 243. Countries to which aliens shall be deported; cost of de

portation. Sec. 244. Suspension of deportation; voluntary departure. Sec. 245. Adjustment of status of nonimmigrant to that of person

admitted for permanent residence. Sec. 246. Rescission of adjustment of status. Sec. 247. Adjustment of status of certain resident aliens to non

immigrant status. Sec. 248. Change of nonimmigrant classification. Sec. 249. Record of admission for permanent residence in the case

of certain aliens who entered prior to July 1, 1924, or

June 30, 1948.
Sec. 250. Removal of aliens who have fallen into distress.

CHAPTER 6 SPECIAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO ALIEN CREWMEN

Sec. 251. Lists of alien crewmen; reports of illegal landings.
Sec. 252. Conditional permits to land temporarily.
Sec. 253. Hospital treatment of alien crewmen afficted with cer-

tain diseases. Sec. 254. Control of alien crewmen. Sec. 255. Employment on passenger vessels of aliens afflicted with

certain disabilities. Sec. 256. Discharge of alien crewmen. Sec. 257. Bringing (in)alien crewmen into United States with intent

to evade immigration laws.

CHAPTER 7-REGISTRATION OF ALIENS
Sec. 261. Aliens seeking entry into the United States.
Sec. 262. Registration of aliens in the United States.
Sec. 263. Provisions governing registration of special groups.
Sec. 264. Forms and procedure.
Sec. 265. Notices of change of address.
Sec. 266. Penalties.

CHAPTER 8-GENERAL PENALTY PROVISIONS

Sec. 271. Prevention of unauthorized landing of aliens.
Sec. 272. Bringing in alien subject to disability or afflicted with

disease.
Sec. 273. Unlawful bringing of aliens into United States.
Sec. 274. Bringing in and harboring certain aliens.
Sec. 275. Entry of alien at improper time or place; misrepre-

sentation and concealment of facts. Sec. 276. Reentry of deported alien. Sec. 277. Aiding or assisting subversive alien to enter the United

States.
Sec. 278. Importation of aliens for immoral purposes.
Sec. 279. Jurisdiction of district courts.
Sec. 280. Collection of penalties and expenses.

CHAPTER 9-MISCELLANEOUS

Sec. 281. Schedule of fees.
Sec. 282. Printing of reentry permits and blank forms of mani-

fests and crew lists. Sec. 283. Travel expenses and expense of transporting remains

of immigration officers and employees who die out

side of the United States. Sec. 284. Members of the Armed Forces. Sec. 285. Disposal of privileges at immigrant stations. Sec. 286. Disposition of moneys collected under the provisions of

this title. Sec. 287. Powers of immigration officers and employees. Sec. 288. Local jurisdiction over immigrant stations. Sec. 289. American Indians born in Canada. Sec. 290. Central file; information from other departments and

agencies. Sec. 291. Burden of proof. Sec. 292. Right to counsel.

TITLE III-NATIONALITY AND NATURALIZATION

CHAPTER 1-NATIONALITY AT BIRTH AND BY COLLECTIVE

NATURALIZATION

Sec. 301. Nationals and citizens at birth.
Sec. 302. Persons born in Puerto Rico.
Sec. 303. Persons born in the Canal Zone.
Sec. 304. Persons born in Alaska.
Sec. 305. Persons born in Hawaii.
Sec. 306. Persons living in and born in the Virgin Islands.
Sec. 307. Persons living in and born in Guam.
Sec. 308. Nationals but not citizens at birth.
Sec. 309. Children born out of wedlock.

CHAPTER 2-NATIONALITY THROUGH NATURALIZATION

Sec. 310. Jurisdiction to naturalize.
Sec. 311. Eligibility for naturalization.
Sec. 312. Requirements as to understanding the English language,

history, principles and form of government of the

United States. Sec. 313. Prohibition upon the naturalization of persons opposed

to government or law, or who favor totalitarian forms

of government. Sec. 314. Ineligibility to naturalization of deserters from the

Armed Forces of the United States. Sec. 315. Alien relieved from training and service in the Armed

Forces of the United States because of alienage barred

from citizenship. Sec. 316. Requirements as to residence, good moral character,

attachment to the principles of the Constitution, and

favorable disposition to the United States. Sec. 317. Temporary absence of persons performing religious

duties. Sec. 318. Prerequisites to naturalization-burden of proof. Sec. 319. Married persons. Sec. 320. Children born outside of United States of one alien and

one citizen parent. Sec. 321. Children born outside of United States of alien parent. Sec. 322. Child born outside of United States; naturalization on

petition of citizen parent; requirements and exemp

tions. Sec. 323. Children adopted by United States citizens. Sec. 324. Former citizens regaining United States citizenship. Sec. 325. Nationals but not citizens of the United States; resi

dence within outlying possessions.

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SECOND SESSION

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, U.S.
COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY

EMANUEL CELLER, New York, Chairman MICHAEL A. FEIGHAN, Ohio

WILLIAM M. McCULLOCH, Ohio FRANK CHELF, Kentucky

RICHARD H. POFF, Virginia EDWIN E. WILLIS, Louisiana

WILLIAM C. CRAMER, Florida PETER W. RODINO, JR., New Jersey

ARCH A. MOORE, JR., West Virginia BYRON G. ROGERS, Colorado

WILLIAM T. CAHILL, New Jersey HAROLD D. DONOHUE, Massachusetts CLARK MACGREGOR, Minnesota JACK BROOKS, Texas

CHARLES McC. MATHIAS, JR., Maryland WILLIAM M. TUCK, Virginia

CARLETON J. KING, New York
ROBERT T. ASHMORE, South Carolina EDWARD HUTCHINSON, Michigan
JOHN DOWDY, Texas

ROBERT MCCLORY, Ilinois
BASIL L. WHITENER, North Carolina HENRY P. SMITH III, New York
HERMAN TOLL, Pennsylvania
ROBERT W. KASTENMEIER, Wisconsin
JACOB H. GILBERT, New York
JAMES C. CORMAN, California
WILLIAM L. ST. ONGE, Connecticut
GEORGE F. SENNER, JR., Arizona
DON EDWARDS, California
WILLIAM L. HUNGATE, Missouri
HERBERT TENZER, New York
JOHN CONYERS, JR., Michigan
GEORGE W. GRIDER, Tennessee
ANDREW JACOBS, JR., Indiana

BESS E. DICK, Staff Director
WILLIAM R. FOLEY, General Counsel

GARNER J. CLINE, Counsel

HERBERT FUCHS, Counsel
WILLIAM P. SHATTUCK, Counsel

BENJAMIN L. ZELENKO, Counsel
CHARLES J. ZINN, Law Revision Counsel

DONALD G. BENN, Associate Counsel
MARTIN R. HOFFMANN, Associate Counsel
JOHN W. DEAN III, Associate Counsel

SUBCOMMITTEE No. 1
GENERAL JURISDICTION OVER ASSIGNED JUDICIARY BILLS

SPECIAL JURISDICTION OVER IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY

MICHAEL A. FEIGHAN, Ohio, Chairman FRANK CHELF, Kentucky

ARCH A. MOORE, JR., West Virginia
PETER W. RODINO, JR., New Jersey

WILLIAM T. CAHILL, New Jersey
HAROLD D. DONOHUE, Massachusetts CARLETON J. KING, New York
JACK BROOKS, Texas
JACOB H. GILBERT, New York

GARNER J. CLINE, Counsel

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