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PART 61-VISAS: DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS FOR ALIENS ENTERING THE UNITED STATES
(a) Aliens who served honorably in the Armed Forces of the United States during the period which began on September 1, 1939, and ended on December 31, 1946, and the alien widows, parents, unmarried minor children, and the unmarried minor step-children, of citizens of the United States (including deceased citizens) who so served, and aliens who served honorably as seamen for at least one year on vessels of countries of the United Nations engaged in sailing to and from ports of the United States during the period beginning on September 1, 1939, and ending with the termination of hostilities on December 31, 1946, such persons not having voluntarily abandoned such service or occupation so long as they were not physically incapacitated for such service: Provided, That priority under this provision shall not be accorded a seaman unless he files a proper registration form as an intending immigrant at a consular office on or before December 31, 1947. [Inferior subdivision (a) amended by Dept. Reg. 108.56, Oct. 21, 1947, effective Nov. 29, 1947, 12 F.R. 7998]
$ 61.114 Form of passport visa.
(a) In granting a passport visa to a nonimmigrant alien, a rubber stamp in the following form should be impressed upon the alien's passport or other appropriate document, the stamp to be placed, when practicable, upon the reverse side of the sheet or page of the passport bearing the photograph of the holder: NO.--- Date Seen for presentation at United States ports by while passport is valid but not exceeding
months from above date. Passport must be valid 60 days beyond intended stay.
PART 65—VISAS: DOCUMENTS REQUIRED OF ALIEN SEAMEN AND AIRMEN ENTERING THE UNITED STATES
NOTE: $$ 65.51 to 65.62, inclusive, are also codified as $$ 177.51 to 177.62 of Title 8. For the text of these sections as recodified by the Immigration and Naturalization Service, see $$ 177.51 to 177.62, inclusive, of Title 8, supra.
IMMIGRATION-VISA PROCEDURE $ 61.311 Petition by citizen residing abroad.
CODIFICATION: $ 61.311 (c) was revoked, by Departmental Regulation 108.52, Secretary of State, Aug. 11, 1947, effective Oct. 2, 1947, 12 F.R. 6502.
$ 61.313 Priority of quota immigrants. (a)
Sec. 65.56 Crew list visas not required.
(Amended] $ 65.56 Crew-list visas not quired.
(h) Members of the crew of vessels or aircraft who desire to land temporarily in the Virgin Islands while the vessels or aircraft on which they are employed are in a Virgin Islands port. [Paragraph (h) added by Dept. Reg. 108.61, Nov. 20, 1947, effective Dec. 13, 1947, 12 F.R. 8383]
Subchapter C-The Foreign Service
PART 101a-FOREIGN SERVICE
PERSONNEL CODIFICATION: Foreign Service Regulation S-24, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Administration, Feb. 5, 1947, effective Nov. 13, 1946, 12 FR. 919, revoked $s 101a.4, 101a.6, 101a.7, and 101a.14-101a.30.
Foreign Service Regulation S-28, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Administration, Feb. 14, 1947, effective Nov. 13, 1946, 12 F.R. 1165, 8883, revoked $$ 101a.8, 1019.9, and 101a.11101a.13.
Foreign Service Regulation S-42, Assistant Secretary, Dec. 24, 1947, effective Dec. 31, 1947, 12 F.R. 8883, revoked § 1019.3. Consequently, in this part only $ 101a.10 is
PART 102—PERSONNEL ADMINIS
TRATION SALARIES AND SALARY DIFFERENTIALS (ADDED] Sec. 102.80 Classes and compensation of con
sular agents. 102.101 Salaries of officers temporarily in
charge. 102.102 Notice of transfer of office. 102.103 Computation of chargé pay. 102.104 Changes in chargé pay.
APPOINTMENTS AND COMMISSIONS 102.207 Positions comparable in importance
to that of chief of mission.
(Note) 102.305 Foreign Service personnel required
to take oath of office. (Added]
BONDS (ADDED) 102.322 Bonding of Foreign Servite per
sonnel. ASSIGNMENT OF FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS
(ADDED) 102.404 Designation of Foreign Service offi
cers as attachés. 102.410 Assignment of Foreign Service off
cers as language officers.
ENTRY ON POST DUTY (ADDED) 102.502 Presentation of credentials. 102.515 Official calls by new chief of mission. 102.520 Chiefs of mission to conform to cer
emonial usage. 102.545 Official calls by consular officers.
PROMOTIONS (ADDED) 102.622 Minimum periods in class for pro
motion in 1947. 102.636 Maximum periods in class before
"selection out." 102.661 Class-to-class promotion of staff
officers and employees. 102.669 In-class promotion of staff officers
Sec. 102,674 Credit for military service and Mer
chant Marine service toward class
and in-class promotions, RESTRICTIONS ON PERSONAL ACTIVITIES (ADDED) 102.800 Restrictions on speeches and inter
views. 102.802 Restrictions on official and private
correspondence. 102.803 Restrictions on writing, for publica
tion. 102.804 Restrictions on political activities
abroad. 102.806 Restrictions on participation in ac
tivities of private organizations. 102.808 Restrictions on business activities
abroad. 102.810 Restrictions applicable to members
of families, 102.811 Limitation on employment of mem
bers of family in Foreign Service
offices, 102.813 Restrictions on making recommen
dations in connection with em
ployment. 102.815 Restrictions on preferring of charges. 102.817 Restrictions on the acceptance of
presents or favors. 102.818 Restrictions against extension of
personal financial aid to Ameri
cans abroad. 102.820 Restrictions on wearing apparel of
officers and employees. 102.821 Restrictions on marriage of officers
or employees to aliens. 102.822 Restrictions on persons retired from
the Foreign Service. AUTHORITY: $ $ 102.80 to 102.822, appearing in this Supplement, issued under R.S. 161, secs. 302, 421, 422, 541, 1002, 1003, 1004, 1011, 60 Stat. 1001, 1004, 1011, 1080; 5 U.S.C. 22. Additional authority cited following sections affected.
SALARIES AND SALARY DIFFERENTIALS
§ 102.80 Classes and compensation of consular agents-(a) Compensation of consular agents. Consular agents shall receive compensation based upon the nature and volume of work performed at the consular agency of which they are in charge.
(b) Classification. For the purpose of administrative convenience, the various consular agencies shall be divided into three classes. Consular agents at a class 1 consular agency shall receive compensation at the rate of $1,040 per annum; consular agents at a class 2 consular agency, at the rate of $780 per annum; and consular agents at a class 3 consular agency, at the rate of $520 per annum.
(c) Delegation of authority to assign d'affaires ad interim at the post to which consular agencies to classes. The Chief he is assigned, shall, if he acts in such of the Division of Foreign Service Per- capacity for a period in excess of ten sonnel is hereby authorized to assign the days, receive compensation, in addition positions occupied by consular agents to to his basic salary as Foreign Service one of the three classes set forth in para- officer, as follows: graph (b) of this section in accordance (1) For the first three months he shall with the principles of paragraph (a) of act in such capacity he shall receive one this section. (R.S. 161, secs. 302, 418, half the difference between his basic 441, 445, 60 Stat. 1001, 1004, 1005, 1006; salary and the per annum salary pro5 U.S.C. 22) (Foreign Service Reg. vided for the chief of mission at that S_32, May 23, 1947, effective beginning post. Payment of this additional comwith the first pay period commencing on pensation shall be made for the period or after May 30, 1947, 12 F.R. 3509] beginning the first day the officer is in $ 102.101 Salaries of officers temporarily
charge. in charge-(a) Salaries of chargés d'af- (2) For the next three months he faires ad interim. A Foreign Service officer shall act in such capacity he shall receive authorized to act as chargé d'affaires ad three fourths of the difference between interim at the post to which he is assigned,
his basic salary and the per annum salshall, if he acts in such capacity for a period in excess of ten days, receive compensation,
ary provided for the chief of mission at in addition to his basic salary as Foreign
that post. Service officer, computed as follows:
(3) Should an assignment to act tem(1) One half the difference between his porarily in charge extend beyond six basic salary and the per annum salary pro- months, the officer shall continue to revided for the chief of mission at that post ceive compensation as provided in subfor the first three months he shall act in
paragraph (2) of this paragraph and such capacity. Payment of this additional
may apply for, and the Director Gencompensation shall be made for the period beginning the first day the officer is in
eral of the Foreign Service may in his charge.
discretion approve, the payment of the (2) Three-fourths of the difference be
full difference in salaries effective as tween his basic salary and the per annum
stated in the authorization. (Sec. 421, salary provided for the chief of mission at Foreign Service Act of 1946.) that post for the next three months he (b) Salaries of officers in charge of shall act in such capacity.
consulates and consulates general. A (3) Should an assignment to act temporarily in charge extend beyond six months,
Foreign Service officer, or a consul or the officer may apply for and the Secretary
vice consul who is not a Foreign Service may in his discretion allow the payment of
officer, who is temporarily in charge of the full difference in salaries after the sixth a consulate general or a consulate during month (sec. 421, Foreign Service Act of the absence or incapacity of the prin1946).
cipal officer shall, if he acts in such ca(b) Salaries of officers in charge of con- pacity for a period in excess of ten days, sulates and consulates general. A Foreign receive compensation in addition to his Service officer or a consul or vice consul who . basic salary, as follows: is not a Foreign Service officer who is tem
(1) For the first three months he shall porarily in charge of a consulate general or consulate during the absence or inca
act in such capacity he shall receive one pacity of the principal officer, shall be en
half the difference between his basic titled to additional compensation computed salary and the basic salary received by in accordance with the provisions of para- the last principal oficer actually in graph (a) of this section (sec. 422, Foreign charge of the post. Payment of this Service Act of 1946).
additional compensation shall be made (c) The additional compensation paid to for the period beginning the first day a diplomatic or consular officer acting tem- the officer is in charge. porarily in charge shall be known as chargé
(2) For the next three months he pay. (Reg., effective Nov. 13, 1946, 12 F.R. 5)
shall act in such capacity he shall receive (Preceding section, in small type, superseded three fourths of the difference between by following section during period covered his basic salary and the basic salary reby this Supplement]
ceived by the last principal officer actu$ 102.101 Salaries of officers tempo- ally in charge of the post. rarily in charge-(a) Salaries of chargés (3) Should an assignment to act temd'affaires ad interim. A Foreign Service porarily in charge extend beyond six officer authorized to act as chargé months, the officer shall continue to re
ceive compensation as provided in subparagraph (2) of this paragraph and may apply for, and the Director General of the Foreign Service may in his discretion approve, the payment of the full difference in salaries effective as stated in the authorization. (Sec. 422, Foreign Service Act of 1946.)
(c) Name of pay. The additional compensation paid to a diplomatic or consular officer acting temporarily in charge shall be known as chargé pay.
(d) Terms. Chargé pay shall accrue only on the basis of full days and is not subject to retirement deductions. (Foreign Service Reg. S-36, June 26, 1947, effective July 3, 1947, 12 F.R. 4290)
$ 102.102 Notice of transfer of office, (a) An officer shall not be considered to be lawfully in charge of a diplomatic or consular office and entitled to receive additional compensation during the absence of the principal officer unless a Transfer of Office Certificate Form No. 5 has been executed and forwarded to the Department. The dates to be used in determining the period for which chargé pay is allowable shall be the dates of executing the Transfer of Office Certificate upon assuming and relinquishing charge. A true copy of the signed original certificate shall accompany the accounts of the office.
(b) In the event of the serious illness or death of the chief of mission or principal officer, or other emergency making it necessary for a subordinate officer to assume charge, the Transfer of Office Certificate shall be executed by the incoming officer with an appropriate explanation of the circumstances involved. [Foreign Service Reg. S-24, Feb. 5, 1947, effective Nov. 13, 1946, 12 F.R. 917]
f 102.103 Computation of chargé pay. (a) The amount of chargé pay allowed for assuming temporary charge of office is based on the per annum salary provided for the last chief of mission or basic salary of the last principal officer actually at the post, 1. e.:
(1) At an embassy or legation the salary of the chargé shall be based on the per annum salary provided for the chief of mission who last served at the post;
(2) At a consulate general or consulate on the basic salary received by the last principal officer actually in charge of the post.
(b) Chargé pay shall accrue only on the basis of full days and is not subject to retirement deductions. (Foreign Service Reg. S-24, Feb. 5, 1947, effective Nov. 13, 1946, 12 F.R. 917)
CODIFICATION: § 102.103 was revoked, by Foreign Service Regulation S_36, Assistant Secretary of State, June 26, 1947, effective July 3, 1947, 12 F.R. 4291.
$ 102.104 Changes in chargé pay. (a) If a principal officer receives a promotion effective subsequent to his departure from his post of duty, on leave or otherwise, adjustment of the compensation of the officer in charge is authorized only in case such principal officer returns to the same duty station and resumes charge.
(b) When an officer or employee is lawfully authorized to assume charge during the absence of the principal officer and such principal oficer is retroactively promoted effective on a date prior to his departure from the post, the officer in charge is entitled to have his chargé pay adjusted accordingly. (11 Comp. Gen. 273.)
(c) When a new office is established, chargé pay is not payable to a junior oficer who assumes charge for a period prior to the arrival and entry upon duty of a principal officer or chief of mission. [Foreign Service Reg. S-24, Feb. 5, 1947, effective Nov. 13, 1946, 12 F.R. 917]
APPOINTMENTS AND COMMISSIONS § 102.207 Positions comparable in importance to that of chief of mission.'
NOTE: $ 102,207 was assigned to this centerhead by Foreign Service Regulation 824, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Administration, Feb. 5, 1947, effective Nov. 13, 1946, 12 F.R. 917.
8 102.305 Foreign Service personnel required to take oath of office. Upon appointment, all officers and employees of the Foreign Service, except alien clerks and employees appointed abroad, shall take the oath of office prescribed by section 1757 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, as amended (R.S. 1757, as amended; 5 U.S.C. 16). (Foreign Service Reg. S-24, Feb. 5, 1947, effective Nov. 13, 1946, 12 F.R. 917]
BONDS (ADDED] § 102.322 Bonding of For gn Service personnel. (a) In addition to the officers of the Foreign Service required to give bond by section 1011 of the Foreign Service Act of 1946, every ambassador or minister who will render accounts or certify vouchers for payment, every consular agent, every authorized certifying officer, every officer who disburses while in the employ of the Department of State regardless of the source from which he (f) When it is necessary that an officer or employee be bonded immediately to enable him to perform some duty, he shall request that an interim bond be filed for him, indicating the surety desired, and shall agree to pay the premium without delay in the same penalty, with the same surety, and effective the same date as the interim bon d. (Foreign Service Reg. S-24, Feb. 5, 1947, effective Nov. 13, 1946, 12 F.R. 917]
ASSIGNMENT OF FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICERS
[ADDED] SOURCE: $ $ 102.404 and 102.410 contained in Foreign Service Regulation S-29, Acting Secretary of State, April 4, 1947, effective Nov. 13, 1946, 12 F.R. 2383.
derives such authority, every officer or employee of the Foreign Service who receives official collections for the Government of the United States, and every other officer or employee of the Foreign Service who is instructed to do so by the Department or by the officer in charge shall give a bond to the United States. The officer in charge may require the giving of bonds by an unbonded officer or employee who handles funds, valuables, fee stamps, or documents, or performs any duty for which the officer in charge might be held to be responsible.
(b) All bonds given to the United States by officers and employees in the Service shall be executed on Form 352, Foreign Service, in a penal sum of $5,000 or such larger amounts as the Department shall indicate in individual cases.
(c) All bonding companies holding certificates of authority from the Sec* retary of the Treasury under acts of Congress of August 13, 1894, and March 23, 1910 (28 Stat. 279, 36 Stat. 241; 6 U. S. C. 6-13) are hereby approved as acceptable sureties on bonds. If any surety other than those approved herein is desired by an officer or employee, the approval by the Secretary of State of such surety shall be obtained before executing the bond.
(d) Pursuant to the provisions of 58 Stat. 135; 6 U.S.C., Sup. 3, the bond of each officer or employee will be examined by the Department periodically (at least once every two years) for sufficiency of surety and penalty and if the officer or employee is notified that the penalty or surety is not sufficient he shall file a new bond to correct the deficiency. Upon relinquishing duties requiring a bond with a penalty in excess of the minimum, the officer or employee may request the Department to authorize him to reduce the penalty on his bond. Upon notification that the penalty on the bond may be reduced, the officer or employee shall file a new bond with a penalty in the new amount indicated by the Department.
(e) Upon receipt of a notification from a corporate surety to the effect that an officer or employee has failed to pay the annual premium on his bond, the Department will instruct such officer or employee to renew his bond. The officer or employee shall take immediate steps to follow these instructions.
$ 102.404 Designation of Foreign Service officers as attachés. Foreign Service officers may be designated to serve as attachés or assistant attachés when the public interest so requires.
$ 102.410 Assignment of Foreign Service oficers as language oficers. Foreign Service officers may be assigned as language officers to study the language or languages of and to engage in other prescribed studies in relation to a particular geographic area. Foreign Service oficers may also be designated as language supervisors to oversee the study of language officers.
ENTRY ON POST DUTY (ADDED] SOURCE: $$ 102.502 to 102.545, inclusive, contained in Foreign Service Regulation S-24, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Administration, Feb. 5, 1947, effective Nov. 13, 1946, 12 F.R. 917.
$ 102.502 Presentation of credentials. (a) Upon arrival at the seat of mission, the new chief of mission shall request, through the principal officer of the mission, an informal conference with the Minister for Foreign Affairs, or such other oficer of the government to which he is accredited as may be found authorized to act in the premises, in order to arrange for his official reception. He shall at the same time, in his own name, address a formal note to the Minister for Foreign Affairs, communicating the fact of his appointment and requesting the designation of a time and place for presenting his letter of credence and the letter of recall of his predecessor,
(b) When the representative is accredited by the President to the Chief of State, he shall, on requesting audience