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e-CFR Data is current as of October 22, 2014

Title 32Subtitle BChapter XVI → Part 1657


Title 32: National Defense


PART 1657—OVERSEAS REGISTRANT PROCESSING


Contents
§1657.1   Purpose; definition.
§1657.2   Local boards.
§1657.3   District appeal boards.
§1657.4   Consideration of claims.
§1657.5   Place of induction.
§1657.6   Transportation.

Authority: Military Selective Service Act, 50 U.S.C. 451 et seq.; E.O. 11623.

Source: 52 FR 24459, July 1, 1987, unless otherwise noted.

§1657.1   Purpose; definition.

(a) The provisions of this part apply to the processing of overseas registrants, and, where applicable, they supersede inconsistent provisions in this chapter.

(b) An overseas registrant is a registrant whose bona fide current address most recently provided by him to the Selective Service System is outside the United States, its territories or possessions, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Canada and Mexico.

§1657.2   Local boards.

The Director shall establish local boards with jurisdiction to determine claims of overseas registrants. Such boards shall consist of three or more members appointed by the President. The Director shall prescribe the geographic jurisdiction of each board, and designate or establish an area office to support it.

§1657.3   District appeal boards.

The Director shall establish district appeal boards with jurisdiction to determine appeals of claims of overseas registrants. Such boards shall consist of three or more members appointed by the President. The Director shall prescribe the geographic jurisdiction of each board.

§1657.4   Consideration of claims.

An overseas registrant's claim shall be determined by a local board (or its supporting area office) or appeal board as may be established in accord with this part or, upon the request of the registrant filed no later than the filing of his claim for reclassification, by the board having geographic jurisdiction over his permanent address within the United States last reported by him to the Selective Service System prior to issuance of his induction order.

§1657.5   Place of induction.

The Director may order an overseas registrant to any place in the world for induction.

§1657.6   Transportation.

(a) The Director shall furnish transportation for an overseas registrant from the place at which the registrant's order to report for induction was sent to the place he is required to report for induction. If such registrant is not inducted, the Director shall furnish him transportation from the place he reported for induction to the place to which his order to report for induction was sent.

(b) In the event the personal appearance before a local board or appeal board of an overseas registrant is required or permitted by regulation, travel expenses incurred in personally appearing before the board shall be at the registrant's own expense.



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