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Advice, assistance, etc., to foreign governments, by American citizens; State Depart-

ment regulations respecting, 22 $$ 30.1–30.3.
Advisory Committee on Voluntary Foreign Aid; authority, functions, etc., with respect

to aid to war-devastated countries, 22 $ 95.102
Agricultural interests, American, protection and promotion of, by Foreign Service

officers, 22 $$106.1, 106.2
Agriculturists, skilled, entering United States, visas for; State Department regula-

tions, 22 $ 42.253
Aid to foreign countries:
Assistance to countries participating in Economic Cooperation Program. See

Economic Cooperation Administration.
War-devastated countries; State Department regulations. See State Depart-

ment.
Aircraft:
American aircraft abroad, duties of consular officers in relation to; Foreign Serv-

ice regulations. See State Department.
Arriving in United States from foreign countries, documentation of airmen em-

ployed aboard; crew lists, visas, etc., 22 $$ 43.51–43.61
Helium gas to be used in American aircraft temporarily abroad, not to be consid-

ered as exported, 22 $ 76.16
Manufacture, importation, or exportation of; State Department regulations.

See State Department.
Airmen, alien, entering United States, visas for; State Department regulations.

See State Department.
Aliens entering or leaving United States, control of; State Department regulations.

See State Department.
Allowances to students and trainees under cultural cooperation program. See Cul-

tural cooperation program.
American citizens and nationals:
American nationals abroad, control and protection of; Foreign Service regula-

tions. See State Department.
Nationality; certificates, renunciation, etc., State Department regulations re-

specting. See State Department.
Passports and visas for; State Department regulations. See State Department.
Wartime control of entry into and departure from United States; State Depart-

ment regulations. See State Department.
American economic, commercial, and agricultural interests; promotion and protec-

tion of, by Foreign Service officers, 22 $$ 106.1, 106.2
American naval vessels. See Navy, United States.
American Red Cross; assistance to, by Foreign Service officers, 22 g 109.7
Armed forces of United States:
Alien member of, lawful permanent resident of United States; waiver of certain

requirements as to documents for entry or departure:
Passports and visas, 22 $ 42.202

Wartime permit to depart or enter, 22 $ $ 53.24, 53.63
Coast Guard and Navy personnel in foreign ports; relief and other services per-

formed for, by Foreign Service officers, 22 $ $ 111.1, 111.2
Family of American soldier, sailor, or marine buried abroad, exemption from pay-

ment of passport fees, etc., 22 $ $ 51.49, 51.50
Arms, ammunition, and implements of war, imports, exports, etc., of; State Depart-

ment regulations. See State Department.

Army Department, commodities for use of, involving military secrets, prohibition of

exportation; State Department regulations, 22 $$ 78.1-78.3
Attachés to Foreign Service missions, from various departments; assignment and

duties, Foreign Service regulations respecting, 22 $ $ 105.2, 105.3
Attorneys, foreign; recommendations by Foreign Service officers respecting, 22

§ 109.10

B

Banking institutions; Economic Cooperation Administrator's letters of commitment

to, 22 Part 201 (pages 186, 188, 189)
Births of children of American nationals abroad, registration of; Foreign Service

regulations, 22 $ 109.12
Bonds; Foreign Service regulations respecting:

Bonding of Foreign Service officers, employees, etc., 22 $ 105.1
Bottomry bonds; taking of acknowledgment of master of American-owned vessel

on, by consular officer, 22 § 113.10
Border-crossing identification cards for aliens entering United States; State Depart-

ment regulations, 22 $$ 42.165–42.171
Bottomry bonds. See Bonds.
British subjects, certain, nonimmigrants entering United States for temporary stay,

not required to present passports, visas, etc.; State Department regulations, 22
$ $ 42.107, 53.28

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Canada, entry of aliens and immigrants from; State Department regulations:

Documentation of aliens, 22 $$ 42.165–42.171, 42.202, 42.203

Wartime travel, immigrants and nonimmigrants, 22 $ $ 53.24–53.30
Canal Zone. See Panama Canal Zone.
Catastrophes abroad, reports on, by Foreign Service officers, 22 $ 109.5
Certificates, respecting American nationality, etc.; State Department regulations:
Certificate of identity for admission to United States to prosecute action based

on claim of United States nationality, 22 $ $ 50.18–50.29
Issuance of certificate of American nationality, 22 $ $ 50.30–50.34

Loss of American nationality, certification of, 22 $$ 50.2-50.7
Children:
Alien, entering United States, documentation of; State Department regulations.

See State Department.
Born to American nationals abroad, registration of birth; Foreign Service regu-

lations, 22 $ 109.12
Passports for; State Department regulations. See State Department.
China:

Assistance to, under Economic Cooperation Administration program, 22 § 201.1
Exportation to, of arms, ammunition, and implements of war; State Department

regulations, 22 $ 75.37
Chinese persons, entering or leaving United States; State Department regulations:
Departing from United States in wartime; not required to obtain permis, 22

$ 53.63
Immigrants; quota, preference, etc., 22 $ $ 42.257-42.262, 42.305
Claimants, American, to foreign estates and inheritances; protection of interests by

Foreign Service officers, 22 $ 109.25
Claims against United States:
By foreign governments; prosecution of claims by former employees of State

Department. See State Department.
By persons abroad; submission (for settlement by General Accounting Office)

by Foreign Service officers, 22 $ 103.6
Tort claims; State Department regulations. See State Department.
Classification of aliens for visa purposes; State Department regulations, 22 § 42.104
Clearance of aircraft and vessels abroad, duties of consular oficers respecting;

Foreign Service regulations. See State Department.
Coast Guard personnel, stranded in foreign ports; duties of consular officers respect-

ing, 22 $ 111.2
Commercial functions of Foreign Service officer. See Economic and commercial

functions of Foreign Service officers.

Consular officers, duties, etc., of; Foreign Service regulations respecting. See State

Department.
Contiguous foreign territory, immigrants and nonimmigrants from; State Depart-

ment regulations:
Aliens entering from; border crossers, immigrants, and nonimmigrants, 22

$$ 42.107-42.109, 42.165–42.171, 42.202, 42.203
Wartime travel; liver of requirements or passports or permits, 22 $$ 53.24–

53.30
Control of persons entering or leaving United States in wartime; State Department

regulations. See State Department.
Courts, foreign, presentation of Americans at, by Foreign Service officers, 22 $ 109.8
Crew lists and crew-list visas required of vessels or aircraft arriving in United States

from foreign ports or places; State Department regulations, 22 $$ 43.55–43.61
Crimes, mutiny, and insubordination of seamen abroad; duties of Foreign Service

officers respecting, 22 g 110.11
Cuba, exportation of arms, ammunition, and implements of war to; State Depart-

ment regulations, 22 g 75.38
Cultural-cooperation program, between United States and other countries, for

training and education of United States and foreign students; State Depart-

ment regulations:
Foreign students, in institutions administered by United States departments or

agencies, 22 $$ 66.1-66.6
Payments for participants in program; maintenance and travel grants, etc.,

22 $ $ 65.1-65.12
Customs requirements:
Duties of consular officers respecting; Foreign Service regulations:

Answering inquiries regarding customs regulations, 22 § 114.4
Assistance to Customs representatives, 22 $$ 114.5, 114.6

Customs courtesies for foreign representatives, 22 § 102.1
State Department regulations respecting:

Aircraft, clearance of, for temporary sojourn abroad, 22 § 75.35
Arms, ammunition, and implements of war, exportation or importation of;

presentation of licenses to collector of customs, 22 $ 75.19
Helium gas, exportation of; filing of licenses and declarations with col-

lector of customs, 22 § 76.14

D

Deceased American nationals abroad, duties of consular officers respecting; Foreign

Service regulations. See State Department.
Departure from United States, passports, etc., for; State Department regulations.

See State Department.
Desertion of seamen abroad, action by consular officers in connection with; Foreign

Service regulations, 22 $ 110.10
Diplomatic visas, granting of; State Department regulations, 22 $$ 40.1–40.14

Granting of, abroad; Foreign Service regulations, 22 $ 108.2
Discharge of seamen abroad, duties of consular officers in connection with; Foreign

Service regulations, 22 $$ 110.3, 110.4
Distressed Americans abroad, services by Foreign Service officers for; Foreign

Service regulations, 22 § 109.4
Documentation of aliens entering United States; State Department regulations.

See State Department.

E
Economic and commercial functions of Foreign Service officers; Foreign Service regu-

lations respecting:
Foreign trade; services for American businessmen and organizations in connec-

tion with, 22 § 106.3
Promotion of American agricultural and commercial interests, 22 § 106.2
Protection of American interests in agricultural, commercial, and financial

relations, 22 § 106.1
Reporting, economic and commercial, 22 § 106.4

Economic Cooperation Administration:
Assistance to participating countries, procedures for furnishing, 22 $8 201.1-

201.21
Authorization procedure, 22 $ $ 201.3–201.10

Commodity applications, 22 g 201.3
Dollar allotments, by calendar quarters, 22 § 201.3
Forms:
Certificate by supplier paid by participating country or its agent

under procedure for reimbursement, 22 Part 201 (page 186)
Letters of commitment:
Administrator's letter of commitment to banking institution,

22 Part 201 (page 186)
Supplier's certificates, annexed to, 22 Part 201 (pages 188,

189)
Multiple-payment letter of commitment by Administrator, 22

Part 201 (page 191)
Single-payment letter of commitment by Administrator, 22

Part 201 (page 190)
Ocean transportation authorizations for ECA financed, or non-ECA-

financed cargoes, 22 g 201.7
Procurement authorizations:
General provisions incorporated in; discounts, refunds, export

licenses, price limitations, insurance, etc., 22 § 201.6
Issuance of; form, number, etc., 22 § 201.3
Provisional authorizations, where no congressional appropriation

available, 22 § 201.9
Qualifications on issuance of, 22 § 201.5
Procurement by United States Government agencies, 22 § 201.10
Project authorizations, for major industrial or commercial projects,

22 201.7
Subauthorizations, by participating countries, 22 § 201.4
Definition of terms, 22 § 201.1
Forms; letters of commitment, etc. See Authorization procedure.
Importers and suppliers, responsibilities of, 22 88 201.11-201.13

Marking requirements, 22 § 201.13
Placement of orders and delivery dates, 22 § 201.12

Use of procurement authorization number, 22 $ 201.11
Procurement:

Authorization. See Authorization procedure.
Assistance, reimbursement for. See Reimbursement.
Procurement authorization numbers:

Issuance of, 22 § 201.3

Use of, by importers and suppliers, 22 § 201.11
Reimbursement for assistance, 22 $$ 201.14-201.21
Letters of commitment:

To banking institution, 22 $ 201.16

To supplier, 22 § 201.17
Procurement by United States Government agencies, 22 $201.20
Purchase in bulk of commodities, 22 & 201.19
Reimbursement for specific procurement payments by a participating

country, 22 | 201.15
Standard documentation required for reimbursement, 22 § 201.18

Types of reimbursement, 22 § 201.14
Suppliers, responsibilities of. See Importers and suppliers.
Guaranties of investments abroad, under the Economic Cooperation Act of 1948,

22 88 204.1-204.3
Application for guaranties; information required, place of filing, etc., 22

$ 204.1
Export-Import Bank of Washington; designation of, as agent for the Ad-

ministrator, 22 $ 204.3
Fees of guaranties, 22 $ 204.2
Ocean freight shipments and charges:
Cargoes to countries participating in ECA program. See Assistance to

participating countries.
Relief packages. See Relief packages.

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