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Deportation of Certain Alien Seamen

Deportation of Certain Alien Seamen

hearings before the United States Senate Committee on Immigration, Seventy-First Congress, second session, on Apr. 7, 1930

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Deportation -- Law and legislation -- United States,
  • Merchant mariners -- Law and legislation -- United States

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    Considers (71) S. 202

    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationiv, 43 p
    Number of Pages43
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15297190M

    Deportation of aliens: hearings before the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, House of Representatives, first session, on H.R. , to authorize the deportation of the habitual criminal, to guard against the separation from their families of aliens of the noncriminal classes, to provide for legalizing the residence in the United States of certain classes of aliens, and for other purposes, . For example, the alien force has begun implementing particular mind-control beams targeting certain travellers in Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales in Australia. At this time, the most targeted areas in Queensland are along certain highways, especially along portions of the New England Highway.

    Alien Registration Act of U.S. Statutes at Large (76th Cong., 3rd Sess., ) AN ACT To prohibit certain subversive activities; to amend certain provisions of law with respect to the admission and deportation of aliens; to require the fingerprinting and registration of aliens; and for other purposes. article on long fight against deportation by some 50 Yugoslav seamen, in US 6 yrs or longer; they claim they would be jailed or subject to persecution if they returned; US considers them ship.

      Before the Windrush review – an excellent study of race relations in Liverpool supporters unleashed what the author of this book calls "a reign of terror a white rampage" across areas of Author: Ed Vulliamy. The efforts to apprehend these alien seamen for deportation are encumbered by many technicalities invoked in behalf of the alien seamen, Page U. S. and create conditions incident to enforcement of the laws which have troubled the authorities for many years." Id. at To ameliorate this problem, the Committee recommended that.


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Committee on Immigration: Deportation of certain alien seamen: hearings before the Committee on Immigration, United States Senate, Seventy-second Congress, first session, on S. 7, a bill to provide for the deportation of certain alien seamen, and for other purposes.

January b, j33 comp. gen. administrative payment of claims - refund of cost of deporting alien seamen to vessel owners the justice department may administratively approve claims of vessel owners for refund of costs assessed against them for expense of deporting alien seamen who were granted shore leave by immigration inspectors and then deserted ship when such claims are.

Committee on Immigration and Naturalization: Deportation of aliens: hearings before the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, House of Representatives, first session, on H.R.to authorize the deportation of the habitual criminal, to guard against the separation from their families of aliens of the noncriminal classes, to provide for legalizing the residence in the United States of certain classes of aliens.

Becoming Alien: The March Inland Blows Up the Cold War Space-Time Continuum 3. Ports of Entry, Exclusion, and Removal: "Alien" Seamen 4. Counterinsurgencies: Global Militarism and Immigrant Rights in Los Angeles 5. "Creating Dangerously": Foreign-Born Writers and Crimes of Persuasion 6.

The Names of the Lost: Cold War Deportation Cases in the. ALIEN SAILORS' BILL PASSED BY HOUSE; It Provides for Deportation of Seamen Who Are Illegally in the Country. CHECKS PLACED ON CREWS Vessels Carrying These Who.

Representations by foreign governments regarding congressional bills for the deportation of certain alien seamen, pp. Index, pp. [] ff. [Cover]. Lane, Tony, 'The Political Imperatives of Bureaucracy and Empire: The Case of the Coloured Alien Seamen Order, ', Immigrants and Minorities (July/November ), pp.

Little, Kenneth, Negroes in Britain: A Study of Racial Relations in English Society (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, [] ) Rich, Paul B., Race and Empire in British Politics (Cambridge: Cambridge.

Responsibility Act of (“IIRIRA”), the decision as to whether an alien was subject to deportation proceedings or exclusion proceedings was based on whether or not the alien had made an “entry” into the U.S.

An alien who had made an entry was entitled to a deportation hearing and the greater procedural safeguards it provided. Seaman to whom a British seaman’s identity card has been issued (or re-issued) CRS Statement of a seaman seeking to transfer to the national register, the loss of his British seaman’s identity card and for his merchant navy clothing book.

(a), an alien (including an alien crew member) in and admitted to the United States is subject to the deportation grounds under that section.

Under § (a)(1)(A), deportable. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.

Librivox Free Audiobook. Macrowikinomics: Full text of "Seamen's Journal ()" See other formats. Deportation of Alien Seamen: hearings before the United States House Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, Sixty-Eighth Congress, second session. Beginning with the Chinese Exclusion Act (22 Stat.

58), May 6,and the Immigration Act (22 Stat. ), August 3,Congress enacted a series of laws intending to restrict immigration into the United States of undesired alien groups, to forbid importation of contract laborers, and to provide a means for the apprehension and deportation of illegal immigrants, vesting their implementation in the Secretary.

In the United States, deportation is the responsibility of the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement of the Dept. of Homeland Security. Except under the Alien and Sedition Acts of there was no American deportation law until the enactment in of a statute aimed at certain Chinese immigrants.

The class of deportable aliens was. Deportable aliens (a) Classes of deportable aliens. Any alien (including an alien crewman) in and admitted to the United States shall, upon the order of the Attorney General, be removed if the alien is within one or more of the following classes of deportable aliens: Deportation of certain nonimmigrants.

An alien, admitted as a nonimmigrant. The Aliens Restriction (Amendment) Act (9 & 10 Geo 5 c 92) is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom originally aimed at continuing and extending the provisions of the Aliens Restriction Act and the British Nationality and Status of Aliens Act and to deal with former enemy aliens after the end of the First World War.

After subsequent amendment and repeal, what remains Citation: 9 & 10 Geo 5 c Deportation is the lawful expulsion of an undesirable alien, usually following a criminal conviction but also in cases where there are grounds "conducive to the public good".

Section 5 of the Immigration Act —provides the power for the Secretary of State to make or revoke a deportation order (DO). Aliens: Entry and Deportation. The Court has frequently said that Congress exercises “sovereign” or “plenary” power over the substance of immigration law, and this power is at its greatest when it comes to exclusion of aliens To aliens who have never been naturalized or acquired any domicile or residence in the United States, the decision of an executive or administrative officer.

13 Deportation of aliens. —(1) Subject to the restrictions imposed by the Aliens Act, (No. 14 of ), the Minister may, if he deems it to be conducive to the public good so to do make an order (in this Order referred to as a deportation order) requiring an alien to.

a, febru6 comp. gen. no alien seaman excluded from admission into the united states under the immigration laws and employed on board any vessel arriving in the united states from any place outside thereof, shall be permitted to land in the united states, except temporarily for medical treatment, or pursuant to such.

50 “It was pointed out that a Seaman's Discharge Book with his photograph therein is sufficient passport for any seaman landing in a foreign country” (Minutes of the National Union of Seamen Temporary Management Committee, FebruMRC, Mss/1/3/1&2, fol.

92). “A discharge book is the seaman's most precious possession, and he Cited by: Ngai expands beyond Mexican immigrants to note how Filipinos, Japanese, and Chinese were also defined in exclusionary, racialized terms.

Filipinos presented a thorny problem for restrictionists, as they were colonial subjects who were often Christian and Americanized.

Hence, they came to castigate Filipinos as racially other and sexually threatening (much like blacks), while simultaneously.The highest number of deportations on record was inunder the Clinton administration, when 1, aliens were deported. When claiming record levels of enforcement, the Obama administration appears to count only removals, which are just one form of deportation, and only a .