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Exclusion-Continued

recommendation of court against de-
portation, effect of; vol. III, p. 236
(see also Recommending against
deportation)

Exclusion grounds:

affliction, physical or mental; exemp-
tion, wife of citizen; 1917 Act, sec.
22; vol. II, p. 183

assisted alien; passage, reimburse-

ment of society for; after alien's
admission, vol. I, p. 111

consent to reapply, no (after arrest
and deportation):

applicability to Canadian Indians,
vol. III, p. 3C0

effect of reinterpretation, favor-
able to alien, of law upon which
deportation was based, vol. II,
p. 180, vol. III, pp. 76, 83, 605,
818, vol. IV, p. 173

entry before 1929 Act, vol. II,
p. 180, vol. III, p. 76
prostitute, vol. III, p. 818
seaman, vol. II, p. 12, vol. III,
p. 83

(see also Previous deportation)
contract labor :

dancer, professional; chorus mem-
ber, vol. I, p. 593
employment previously acquired
while in U. S. on visit, vol. II,
p. 374

hockey player, professional; vol.
I, p. 264

moving van helper, international;
vol. III, p. 750

primary purpose of entry, as fac-

tor, vol. III, p. 365

singer, professional; vol. I, p. 682
skiing instructor, vol. I, p. 198
crime, admission or conviction: (see
also Conviction of crime; Crime,
admission of commission; Crimes
involving moral turpitude; Moral
turpitude; Pardon; Sentenced to
imprisonment)

Canadian-born American Indians,
vol. III, p. 300

list of crimes involving moral tur-
pitude, see Crimes involving
moral turpitude

pardon, foreign; effect, vol. III,
p. 723 (see also Pardon)
residence in U. S., length; as fac-
tor; vol. II, p. 462

suspension of execution of sen-
tence, as factor, vol. III, p. 569
departure to avoid armed forces duty:
after induction, vol. III, p. 265
age, below (few days before 18th
birthday); vol. II, p. 417
desertion from armed forces, vol.
II, p. 482, vol. III, p. 266
draft delinquents, vol. II, p. 420
liability for duty, as factor, vol.
II, pp. 282, 401, 417

Exclusion grounds-Continued

departure to a void armed forces
duty-Continued

primary purpose; application of
standards for expatriation un-
der sec. 401 (j), 1940 Act, for
same cause; vol. IV, p. 452
retroactive effect of statute, vol.
II, pp. 401, 417, 482

entry prejudicial to U. S. interest, vol.
I, p. 575
illiterate:

exempted persons, vol. II, p. 260
lawful permanent resident, re-
turning; vol. III, p. 159
mainland, coming from Hawaii or
Guam; Puerto Rican residents;
vol. III, p. 159

religious persecutee, vol. I, p. 280,
vol. II, p. 260, vol. III, p. 801
test, kind of; vol. II, p. 620
immigrant without visa; immigrant or
nonimmigrant classification, see Ex-
clusion grounds: visa charge
immoral purpose, vol. I, pp. 71, 218,
373, vol. III, p. 218

ineligible to citizenship, vol. II, pp.

548, 858, vol. III, p. 249 (see also
Ineligibility to citizenship)
insanity, prior attack; evidence; vol.
II, p. 68

narcotics, vol. I, p. 293, vol. II, p.
406, vol. III, p. 387 (see also De-
portation grounds: narcotics)
nonsignatory line, brought to contigu-
ous territory via:

seaman, brought as, vol. I, p. 115
vessel owned by U. S. Govern-
ment, vol. IV, p. 290

pauper, definition; vol. II, p. 131
prejudicial to interests of U. S., vol.
I, p. 575 (see also Deportation
grounds subversive)

public charge, likely to become:
hospitalization for insanity in
State where no charge can be
made, vol. II, p. 78

pauper, in connection with; vol.
II, p. 131

wife and minor son, otherwise ad-
missible, accompanying exclud-
able husband/father, vol. III,
p. 641

visa charge (see also Deportation
grounds: visa charge; Immigrant;
Nonimmigrant):

fraud, obtained by:

concealment of criminal rec-

ord; materiality, vol. III,
p. 641

returning resident's prior

(original) visa obtained

through concealment of
criminal record, vol. II, p.
178

Exclusion grounds-Continued

visa charge-Continued

immigration visa; border cross-
ing card as lieu document; vol.
III, p. 519
nationality specified, not of; D.
P. Act of 1948; vol. III, p. 838
seaman, lacking consent to re-
apply for admission after ar-
rest and deportation, vol. II, p.
12, vol. III, p. 83

waiver of documents to overcome,
see Waiver of document

Executive Agreement:

Canada, with; as to service in armed

forces; vol. II, p. 783

Mexico, with; as to service in armed
forces; vol. II, p. 243

Exemption from military service, neutral
alien's; ineligible to citizenship, see
Ineligibility to citizenship

Expatriation, see Citizenship-loss
Expulsion, see Deportation

Expungement of conviction record, see
Pardon

Extortion; crime involving moral turpi-

tude, see Crimes involving moral tur-
pitude

Extradition from abroad: entry; vol. III,
p. 632

Extra-marital relations:

coming to U. S. to resume; appli-
cability of "coming for immoral
purpose" ground, see Exclusion
grounds

discretionary relief, effect on, see Dis-
cretionary relief

Failure:

F

penalties, administrative, for failure
to perform required action, see Fine
prevent commission of crime, to;
moral turpitude, vol. III, p. 350
provide for minor child, to; moral tur-
pitude, see Crimes involving moral
turpitude

return to United States, to; expatria-
tion, see Citizenship-loss

supply necessaries for minor child,
to; moral turpitude, see Crimes in-
volving moral turpitude

Fair hearing:

deportation proceeding:

deficiency in warrant of arrest,
effect of; vol. IV, p. 415
discretionary relief, denial, when
alien not apprised fully of
basis; vol. III, p. 714

regulations more beneficial to

alien; failure of alien to pro-
ceed under; effect on claim of
unfairness made after hearing
pursuant to changed regula-
tions, vol. IV, p. 556

False pretenses, representation, state-
ments or swearing; moral turpitude; see
Crimes involving moral turpitude
Fascist Party, Italy:

discretionary relief; member; vol. II,
p. 582

voluntary joining constituted accept-
ance of Italian nationality, vol. III,
p. 674

Felatio, crime involving moral turpitude,
vol. II, p. 317

Felonious offense; moral turpitude; see
Crimes involving moral turpitude
Filipino (see also Philippines), for im-
migration purposes; vol. II, p. 340, vol.
III, pp. 155, 184, 396, vol. IV, p. 569
Fine:

afflicted alien, etc., bringing; admis-
sion of alien, temporarily, under
9th proviso, as defense; 1917 Act,
sec. 9; vol. IV, p. 49

crew lists, manifests, etc. :

departure, on; new ownership of
vessel since arrival; sec. 36,
1917 Act; vol. III, p. 546
departure, on; original sailing of
vessel; sec. 36, 1917 Act; vol.
I, p. 493 departure, on; sec.
36. 1917 Act; vol. III, pp. 54,
338, 341, 546

departure, on; timeliness of de-
livery; vol. III, p. 341

detention or delivery of seamen :
absoluteness of duty, sec. 20, 1924
Act, vol. II, pp. 1, 571
apprehension of escaped seaman,
and his subsequent deportation
through efforts of responsible
party vol. I, p. 105

arrival from foreign, what con-
stitutes; sec. 20, 1924 Act, vol.
III, p. 876

ashore, with permission of re-
sponsible party. but departure
with vessel; vol. I, p. 578
deportation, what constitutes;
sec. 20, 1924 Act; vol. III, p.
699
detention order, served after can-
cellation of shore leave; sec.
20, 1924 Act; vol. I, pp. 214,
443

hospitalization, removal by re-
sponsible parties for; sec. 20,
1924 Act; vol. I, pp. 418, 555
intention of seaman to depart, as
factor; sec. 20, 1924 Act; vol.
II, p. 1

lifting detention order, effect;
when seaman already had been
ashore; sec. 20, 1924 Act; vol.
III, p. 174

mitigation; sec. 20, 1924 Act; vol.
II, pp. 1, 507, vol. IV, p. 228
party liable; notice of liability
to be served on party on whom
notice to detain was served;
vol. I, p. 426

Fine Continued

detention or delivery of seamen-Con.
subsequent return to vessel, before
sailing; sec. 20, 1924 Act; vol.
I, pp. 523, 578, vol. II, pp. 1,
672, vol. IV, p. 228

time of deportation, as factor;
sec. 20, 1924 Act; vol. III, p.
699

validity of notice to detain, vol.
I, p. 365

vessel of U. S. Government agen-
cy; sec. 20, 1924 Act; vol. II,
p. 571 war conditions, as de-
fense, vol. I, p. 470

guard alien safely, failure; sec. 18,
1917 Act; vol. I, p. 334

immigrant visa, bringing immigrant
who lacked:

admission of alien through exer-
cise of discretion, as defense;
sec. 16, 1924 Act; vol. III, p.
113

aircraft; sec. 16, 1924 Act; vol.
III, p. 476

Canadian brought to Canada, de-

stined to U. S.; sec. 16, 1924
Act; vol. IV, p. 689
contiguous territory, from for-
eign, via; destination, ability
to determine, as factor; vol.
IV, p. 51

passage money; paroled alien who
adjusted status by departing to
contiguous territory or adjacent
island; vol. IV, p. 657
reasonable diligence; false claim
of U. S. citizenship; sec. 16,
1924 Act; vol. I, p. 261, vol.
III, pp. 111, 234

reasonable diligence; possession

of improper visa; sec. 16, 1924
Act; vol. I, p. 87
returning resident, admission as,
as defense; vol. III, p. 476
seaman, sec. 16, 1924 Act; vol.
II, p. 623, vol. III, p. 753

passenger list, manifest, etc. :

aircraft, sec. 14, 1917 Act; vol.
III, p. 259

seaman, not employed on board,
applying for admission as visi-
tor, vol. II, p. 425

prevent landing, failure to; sec. 10,
1917 Act; vol. I, p. 250 United
States Government agency, vessel
of; vol. II, p. 571

Finland; date become a cobelligerant, vol.
II, p. 548

Force and violence, overthrow of govern-
ment by; deportation; see Subversive
Foreign Agents Registration Act. deporta-
tion for conviction; vol. III, p. 310, vol.
IV, p. 269

Foreign armed forces; expatriation by
servive in; see Citizenship-loss

Foreign crimes;

see

moral turpitude;
Crimes involving moral turpitude; Moral
turpitude

Foreign naval personnel; inspection on ar-
rival; vol. II, p. 293

Foreign oath of allegiance; effect when
taken in U. S.; vol. I, p. 558
Foreign pardon, see Pardon
Forgery; moral turpitude, see Crimes in-
volving moral turpitude

Fornication; discretionary relief, vol. II, p.
844
Fraud:

deceit, distinguished from, vol. II, p.
651

marriage, annulment of; effect on en-
try as spouse, see Deportation
grounds: "Gigolo Act." of May 14,
1937

moral turpitude, see Crimes involving
moral turpitude; Moral turpitude
naturalization, cancellation; "relation
back" doctrine; 8ee Citizenship-
loss revocation of naturalization
visa procured by; deportation ground;
see Deportation grounds:
charge

visa

Free Rumanian movement, vol. III, p. 312
G

Gain; smuggling aliens for; 1940 Act; vol.
II, p. 758, vol. III, p. 468
Gambling, moral turpitude, see Crimes in-
volving moral turpitude

German ethnic classification; D. P. Act of
1948; vol. III, p. 838

Ghent Treaty, discussed; vol. I, p. 310,
vol. III, p. 191

"Gigolo Act" of May 14, 1937; deportation,
see Deportation grounds: "Gigolo Act"
of May 14, 1937

Good moral character (see also Discretion-
ary relief; Preexamination; Seventh pro-
viso relief; Suspension of deportation;
Voluntary departure):

adulterous relationship, vol. II, pp.
840, 876, 892, vol. IV, p. 480
defined, vol. I, p. 611, vol. II, pp. 145,
831, vol. III, p. 571
distinguished from moral excellence,
vol. I, p. 611

false claim to citizenship; suspension
proceeding; vol. III, p. 180
marital status, irregularities; vol. II,
p. 842, vol. III, pp. 478, 833
naturalization, vol. II, pp. 145, 161,
334, 848

nonsupport, vol. II, p. 161, vol. III, p.
393

perjury within 5-year period; suspen-
sion of deportation; vol. II, pp. 492,
830

single lapse, effect of; vol. I, p. 611,
vol. II, p. 614

standards for voluntary departure are
same as for suspension, vol. II, p.
731

Good moral character-Continued

voluntary departure, with 7th pro-
viso; vol. II, p. 606

Government official, killing or assaulting
of, belief in; exclusion ground; see
Subversive: killing, assaulting, etc.
Government official, member of family of;
failure to maintain status; deportation;
vol. IV, p. 36

Government official, servant of; admission
in 1919, not for permanent residence;
vol. III, p. 638

Grand theft; moral turpitude: see Crimes
involving moral turpitude

Gross indecency; moral turpitude; see
Crimes involving moral turpitude
Guam, nationality status, vol. III, pp. 589,
729

Guardian; New York; vol. III, p. 710

H

Harrison Narcotic Act, violation; depor-
tation ground; vol. II, p. 602, vol III,
p. 460
Hawa'i:

Japanese or Koreans who entered with

laborers' limited passport; admissi-
bility to mainland; vol. III, p. 565
residents, before becoming part of U.

S.; citizenship status; vol. III, p,
206

Head tax:

child accompanying mother on her first

return to U. S.; vol. III, pp. 215,
264

debt in favor of U. S., vol II, p. 251
immigrant, liability; vol. II, p. 250

Hearing:

deportation proceeding, see Deporta-
tion

exclusion proceeding, see Exclusion
High seas, birth on American vessel;
whether birth in U. S.; vol. III, p. 677
Housebreaking: moral turpitude; 8ce
Crimes involving moral turpitude
House of ill fame or prostitution; moral
turpitude; see Crimes involving moral
turpitude

House of prostitution, distinguished from
house of assignation; vol. III, p. 199

I

Illegal entry into Canada moral turpitude;
see Crimes involving moral turpitude
Illegitimate child; acquisition of citizen-
ship, birth abroad; see Citizenship-acqui-
sition at birth by child born abroad;
Citizenship-derivation (after birth) by
child born abroad

Illiteracy exclusion ground; see Exclusion
grounds: illiterate

Immigrant (see also Nonquota immigrant ;
Quota immigrant):

bringing, without visa; fine; see Fine
classification, immigrant or nonimmi-
grant:

crime, alien coming to commit;

vol. II, p. 43, vol. III, p. 407

Immigrant-Continued

classification, immigrant or nonimmi-

grant-Continued

daily crosser, to collect scrap to
be sold in Mexico, vol. IV, p.
217

seaman, inadmissible under 1929
Act (Previously deported-no
consent to reapply); vol. III,
p. 83

visitor, bone fide, inadmissible
under 1917 Act; vol. II, p. 12
visitor, doubtful (intent, in
future, to take up residence);
vol. III, p. 379

work of permanent duration at a
fixed place of employment,
coming to do; vol. III, p. 857
work of permanent, rather than
temporary, nature; coming to
do, vol. II, p. 240

commuter between U. S. and Canada
who never has taken up residence
or employment in U. S.; vol. III, p.
519

deportation on visa charge, see De-
portation grounds: visa charge
exclusion on visa charge, see Exclu-
sion grounds: visa charge

head tax, nonpayment; effect on sta-
tus; vol. II, p. 250

nonquota, see Nonquota immigrant
quota, see Quota immigrant

visa, expiration; "continuous voy-
age;" sec. 2 (c), 1924 Act; vol. I,
p. 154

Immoral purpose, entry for, see Exclusion
grounds

Impersonating a Federal officer; moral
turpitude; see Crimes involving moral
turpitude

Imprisonment, see Sentenced to imprison-
ment

Inadmissible aliens, see Exclusion; Exclu-
sion grounds

Incest, see Crimes involving moral tur-
pitude

Indecent assault, See Crimes involving
moral turpitude

Indecent exposure, see Crimes involving
moral turpitude

Indians, American, born in Canada, see
American Indians born in Canada
Industrial Training; Borstal; England;
juvenile delinquents; vol. III, p. 776
Ineligibility to citizenship:

Act of 1924, as amended, secs. 13 (c)
and 28 (c); vol. II, pp. 545, 858,
899, 914, vol. III, p. 249
Afghans, vol. II, p. 253

Arabs, vol. I. p. 174, vol. II, p. 253
Armenians, vol. II, p. 258, vol. IV,

pp. 106, 278

Hindus, vol. II, p. 253

Kalmuks, vol. IV, p. 275

Ineligibility to citizenship-Continued
neutral alien claiming exemption from
military service:

admissibility as returning resi-
dent, vol. IV, p. 180
called up for service after his
country became cobelligerent,
vol. II, p. 546

later willingness to serve, effect;
vol. IV, p. 130

nation of alien became cobellig-

erent and he was called up for
service but found unfit, vol. III,
P. 249

residing in U. S.; illegally; vol.
IV, p. 130

residing in U. S.;

seaman; be-

3-month

fore expiration of
grace period; vol. IV, p. 348
residing in U. S.; visitor; from
1939 to 1945, vol. IV, p. 5
Swiss Treaty exempting Swiss
citizens from military service,
vol. IV, p. 500

Parsee, vol. II, p. 253

Siamese, mixed blood; vol. III, p. 304
Tartars, vol. IV, p. 104

Injuring war material in wartime; moral

turpitude; see Crimes involving moral
turpitude

Insanity, prior attack; exclusion ground;
see Exclusion grounds: insanity, prior
attack

Inspection; all persons on vessels arriv-
ing from foreign, vol. I, p. 370

Inspection; failure to detain alien sea-
man for; fine; see Fine: detention or
delivery of seaman

Inspection on arrival, foreign naval per-
sonnel, vol. II, p. 293

Inspection; proceedings, deportation for
offenses in connection with; see Depor-
tation grounds

Insular possession; entry into U. S.; 1917
Act, 1924 Act; vol. III, p. 632
Intent:

crime; common law; essential ele-
ment; vol. II, p. 203

crime; statutory requirement; vol. III,
p. 195

defraud U. S., to; moral turpitude;
vol. I, p. 395, vol. III, p. 236
evade tax payment, to; Canada; vol.
I, p. 436

evade tax payment, to; U. S.. vol. I,
p. 437

extort, to; Canada; moral turpitude,
vol. III, p. 361

Internal revenue Code; 26 U. S. C. 2593
(a); conviction; deportation; vol. III,
p. 502
International Workers' Order, subversive
character; vol. I, p. 450, vol. III, p.
411 vol. IV, p. 578

Involuntary manslaughter, see Crimes in-
volving moral turpitude

Italy; nationality; vol. III, p. 558, 671,
761

J

Jail breaking; moral turpitude, see Crimes
involving moral turpitude: prison break
Jamaica, B. W. I.; adjacent island: preex-
amination; 8 C. F. R. 142; vol. III, p.

704

Japanese or Koreans who entered Hawaii
with laborers' limited passports; admis-
sibility to mainland; vol. III, p. 565
Jay Treaty of 1794 affecting American
Indians, see American Indians born in
canada

Joy riding, Canada, moral turpitude, see
Crimes involving moral turpitude
Jurisdiction:

board of Immigration appeals, see
Board of immigration appeals
divorce, Mexico; vol. III, p. 227
legitimation, Tennessee, vol. III, p. 657
Jus sanguinis, vol. III, p. 589

Jus soli, vol. II, p. 183, vol. III, p. 589
Juvenile delinquency:

Australia, vol. III, p. 368, vol. IV, p.
548

California, vol. II, p. 120

Canada, vol. II, pp. 319, 518, vol. III,
pp. 56, 368, 723

contributing to delinquency of minor,
see Crimes involving moral turpi-
tude

deportable or excludible offense not;
vol. III, p. 725

England, vol. III, p. 772
Michigan, vol. IV, p. 252

Northern Ireland, vol. III, p. 772
Norway, vol. II, p. 320
Washington, vol. II, p. 117

Juvenile Delinquency Act (18 U. S. C.
921-929):

application of statute, vol. IV, p. 726
offenses committed before effective
date of statute (June 16, 1938), vol.
I, p. 614, vol. III, p. 69

K

Keeping house of ill fame or prostitution;
moral turpitude; see Crimes involving
moral turpitude

Killing public officials, advoctates, etc.;
deportation or exclusion ground, see
Subversive

Koreans or Japanese who entered Hawaii
with laborers' limited passports; admis-
sibility to mainland; vol. III, p. 565

L

Labor, contract; exclusion, see Exclusion
grounds contract labor
Labor Progressive Party of Canada, see

Subversive

Landing alien without permission; fine;
see Fine: prevent landing, failure
Larceny:

attempt to commit; moral turpitude;
see Crimes involving moral turpi-
tude; see Moral turpitude

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