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Title 8 Aliens and Nationality Part / Section
Chapter I Department of Homeland Security 1 – 499
Subchapter B Immigration Regulations 100 – 299
Part 212 Documentary Requirements: Nonimmigrants; Waivers; Admission of Certain Inadmissible Aliens; Parole 212.0 – 212.19
§ 212.0 Definitions.
§ 212.1 Documentary requirements for nonimmigrants.
§ 212.2 Consent to reapply for admission after deportation, removal or departure at Government expense.
§ 212.3 Application for the exercise of discretion under section 212(c).
§ 212.4 Applications for the exercise of discretion under section 212(d)(1) and 212(d)(3).
§ 212.5 Parole of aliens into the United States.
§ 212.6 Border crossing identification cards.
§ 212.7 Waiver of certain grounds of inadmissibility.
§§ 212.8-212.9 [Reserved]
§ 212.10 Section 212(k) waiver.
§ 212.11 [Reserved]
§ 212.12 Parole determinations and revocations respecting Mariel Cubans.
§ 212.13 [Reserved]
§ 212.14 Parole determinations for alien witnesses and informants for whom a law enforcement authority (“LEA”) will request S classification.
§ 212.15 Certificates for foreign health care workers.
§ 212.16 Applications for exercise of discretion relating to T nonimmigrant status.
§ 212.17 Applications for the exercise of discretion relating to U nonimmigrant status.
§ 212.18 Applications for waivers of inadmissibility in connection with an application for adjustment of status by T nonimmigrant status holders.
§ 212.19 Parole for entrepreneurs.