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TITLE 8—Aliens and Nationality

CHAPTER I—DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

SUBCHAPTER B—IMMIGRATION REGULATIONS

PART 204—IMMIGRANT PETITIONS

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Subpart A—IMMIGRANT VISA PETITIONS

§204.1
General information about immediate relative and family-sponsored petitions.
§204.2
Petitions for relatives, widows and widowers, and abused spouses and children.
§204.3
Orphan cases under section 101(b)(1)(F) of the Act (non-Convention cases).
§204.4
Amerasian child of a United States citizen.
§204.5
Petitions for employment-based immigrants.
§204.6
Petitions for employment creation aliens.
§204.7
Preservation of benefits contained in savings clause of Immigration and Nationality Act Amendments of 1976.
§204.8
[Reserved]
§204.9
Special immigrant status for certain aliens who have served honorably (or are enlisted to serve) in the Armed Forces of the United States for at least 12 years.
§204.10
[Reserved]
§204.11
Special immigrant status for certain aliens declared dependent on a juvenile court (special immigrant juvenile).
§204.12
How can second-preference immigrant physicians be granted a national interest waiver based on service in a medically underserved area or VA facility?
§204.13
How can the International Broadcasting Bureau of the United States Broadcasting Board of Governors petition for a fourth preference special immigrant broadcaster?
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Subpart B—[RESERVED]

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Subpart C—INTERCOUNTRY ADOPTION OF A CONVENTION ADOPTEE

§204.300
Scope of this subpart.
§204.301
Definitions.
§204.302
Role of service providers.
§204.303
Determination of habitual residence.
§204.304
Improper inducement prohibited.
§204.305
State preadoption requirements.
§204.306
Classification as an immediate relative based on a Convention adoption.
§204.307
Who may file a Form I-800A or Form I-800.
§204.308
Where to file Form I-800A or Form I-800.
§204.309
Factors requiring denial of a Form I-800A or Form I-800.
§204.310
Filing requirements for Form I-800A.
§204.311
Convention adoption home study requirements.
§204.312
Adjudication of the Form I-800A.
§204.313
Filing and adjudication of a Form I-800.
§204.314
Appeal.


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