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TITLE 22—Foreign Relations

CHAPTER I—DEPARTMENT OF STATE

SUBCHAPTER E—VISAS

PART 41—VISAS: DOCUMENTATION OF NONIMMIGRANTS UNDER THE IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT, AS AMENDED

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Subpart A—PASSPORT AND VISAS NOT REQUIRED FOR CERTAIN NONIMMIGRANTS

§41.0
Definitions.
§41.1
Exemption by law or treaty from passport and visa requirements.
§41.2
Exemption or waiver by Secretary of State and Secretary of Homeland Security of passport and/or visa requirements for certain categories of nonimmigrants.
§41.3
Waiver by joint action of consular and immigration officers of passport and/or visa requirements.
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Subpart B—CLASSIFICATION OF NONIMMIGRANTS

§41.11
Entitlement to nonimmigrant status.
§41.12
Classification symbols.
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Subpart C—FOREIGN GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS

§41.21
Foreign Officials—General.
§41.22
Officials of foreign governments.
§41.23
Accredited officials in transit.
§41.24
International organization aliens.
§41.25
NATO representatives, officials, and employees.
§41.26
Diplomatic visas.
§41.27
Official visas.
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Subpart D—TEMPORARY VISITORS

§41.31
Temporary visitors for business or pleasure.
§41.32
Nonresident alien Mexican border crossing identification cards; combined border crossing identification cards and B-1/B-2 visitor visas.
§41.33
Nonresident alien Canadian border crossing identification card (BCC).
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Subpart E—CREWMAN AND CREW-LIST VISAS

§41.41
Crewmen.
§41.42
[Reserved]
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Subpart F—BUSINESS AND MEDIA VISAS

§41.51
Treaty trader, treaty investor, or treaty alien in a specialty occupation.
§41.52
Information media representative.
§41.53
Temporary workers and trainees.
§41.54
Intracompany transferees (executives, managers, and specialized knowledge employees).
§41.55
Aliens with extraordinary ability.
§41.56
Athletes, artists and entertainers.
§41.57
International cultural exchange visitors and visitors under the Irish Peace Process Cultural and Training Program Act (IPPCTPA).
§41.58
Aliens in religious occupations.
§41.59
Professionals under the North American Free Trade Agreement.
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Subpart G—STUDENTS AND EXCHANGE VISITORS

§41.61
Students—academic and nonacademic.
§41.62
Exchange visitors.
§41.63
Two-year home-country physical presence requirement.
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Subpart H—TRANSIT ALIENS

§41.71
Transit aliens.
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Subpart I—FIANCE(E)S AND OTHER NONIMMIGRANTS

§41.81
Fiancé(e) or spouse of a U.S. citizen and derivative children.
§41.82
Certain parents and children of section 101(a)(27)(I) special immigrants. [Reserved]
§41.83
Certain witnesses and informants.
§41.84
Victims of trafficking in persons.
§41.86
Certain spouses and children of lawful permanent resident aliens.
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Subpart J—APPLICATION FOR NONIMMIGRANT VISA

§41.101
Place of application.
§41.102
Personal appearance of applicant.
§41.103
Filing an application.
§41.104
Passport requirements.
§41.105
Supporting documents and fingerprinting.
§41.106
Processing.
§41.107
Visa fees.
§41.108
Medical examination.
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Subpart K—ISSUANCE OF NONIMMIGRANT VISA

§41.111
Authority to issue visa.
§41.112
Validity of visa.
§41.113
Procedures in issuing visas.
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Subpart L—REFUSALS AND REVOCATIONS

§41.121
Refusal of individual visas.
§41.122
Revocation of visas.


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