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Title 22Chapter ISubchapter EPart 42


TITLE 22—Foreign Relations

CHAPTER I—DEPARTMENT OF STATE

SUBCHAPTER E—VISAS

PART 42—VISAS: DOCUMENTATION OF IMMIGRANTS UNDER THE IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT, AS AMENDED

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Subpart A—VISA AND PASSPORT NOT REQUIRED FOR CERTAIN IMMIGRANTS

§42.1
Aliens not required to obtain immigrant visas.
§42.2
Aliens not required to present passports.
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Subpart B—CLASSIFICATION AND FOREIGN STATE CHARGEABILITY

§42.11
Classification symbols.
§42.12
Rules of chargeability.
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Subpart C—IMMIGRANTS NOT SUBJECT TO NUMERICAL LIMITATIONS OF INA 201 AND 202

§42.21
Immediate relatives.
§42.22
Returning resident aliens.
§42.23
Certain former U.S. citizens.
§42.24
Adoption under the Hague Convention on Protection of Children and Co-operation in Respect of Intercountry Adoption and the Intercountry Adoption Act of 2000.
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Subpart D—IMMIGRANTS SUBJECT TO NUMERICAL LIMITATIONS

§42.31
Family-sponsored immigrants.
§42.32
Employment-based preference immigrants.
§42.33
Diversity immigrants.
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Subpart E—PETITIONS

§42.41
Effect of approved petition.
§42.42
Petitions for immediate relative or preference status.
§42.43
Suspension or termination of action in petition cases.
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Subpart F—NUMERICAL CONTROLS AND PRIORITY DATES

§42.51
Department control of numerical limitations.
§42.52
Post records of visa applications.
§42.53
Priority date of individual applicants.
§42.54
Order of consideration.
§42.55
Reports on numbers and priority dates of applications on record.
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Subpart G—APPLICATION FOR IMMIGRANT VISAS

§42.61
Place of application.
§42.62
Personal appearance and interview of applicant.
§42.63
Definitions.
§42.64
Passport requirements.
§42.65
Supporting documents.
§42.66
Medical examination.
§42.67
Execution of application, registration, and fingerprinting.
§42.68
Informal evaluation of family members if principal applicant precedes them.
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Subpart H—ISSUANCE OF IMMIGRANT VISAS

§42.71
Authority to issue visas; visa fees.
§42.72
Validity of visas.
§42.73
Procedure in issuing visas.
§42.74
Issuance of new or replacement visas.
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Subpart I—REFUSAL, REVOCATION, AND TERMINATION OF REGISTRATION

§42.81
Procedure in refusing individual visas.
§42.82
Revocation of visas.
§42.83
Termination of registration.

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