[Federal Register Volume 60, Number 189 (Friday, September 29, 1995)]
[Rules and Regulations]
[Pages 50386-50399]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Printing Office [www.gpo.gov]
[FR Doc No: 95-24350]



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DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

Immigration and Naturalization Service

8 CFR Parts 103, 235, 286 and 299

[INS No. 1675-94]
RIN 1115-AD82


Collection of Fees Under the Dedicated Commuter Lane Program; 
Port Passenger Accelerated Service System (PORTPASS) Program

AGENCY: Immigration and Naturalization Service, Justice.

ACTION: Interim rule with request for comments.

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SUMMARY: This interim rule amends the Immigration and Naturalization 
Service (Service) regulations: To allow for implementation of 
additional land border inspection fee projects designed to facilitate 
the entry of identified, low-risk, legitimate border crossers on the 
northern border; to allow for the implementation of a pilot dedicated 
commuter lane (DCL) to facilitate the entry of identified, low-risk, 
legitimate border crossers on the California-Mexico border; to 
incorporate into 8 CFR 235.13 those provisions currently set forth in 8 
CFR 286.8 pertaining to port designations and inspections of persons 
applying for admission to the United States; to increase the pool of 
eligible participants in pilot projects; and to clarify fee and 
application requirements of project participants. This rule is 
necessary to enhance inspection services at land border Ports-of-Entry 
(POEs) on the northern border and on the California-Mexico border, 
while still safeguarding those borders.

DATES: This interim rule is effective September 29, 1995. Written 
comments must be received on or before November 28, 1995.

ADDRESSES: Please submit written comments, in triplicate, to the Policy 
Directives and Instructions Branch, Immigration and Naturalization 
Service, 425 I Street, NW., Room 5307, Washington, DC 20536, Attn: 
Public Comment Clerk. To ensure proper handling, please reference INS 
No. 1675-94 on your correspondence. Comments are available for public 
inspection at this location by calling (202) 514-3048 to arrange for an 
appointment.


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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Robert A. Mocny, Assistant Chief 
Inspector, Inspections Division, Immigration and Naturalization 
Service, 425 I Street, NW., Room 7228, Washington, DC 20536, telephone 
(202) 514-3275.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The provisions of Public Law 101-515, dated 
November 5, 1990, authorized the establishment of pilot projects at 
land border POEs for which a fee may be charged and collected for 
inspection services provided at land border POEs. The implementing 
regulation which established pilot programs for the charging of a land 
border user fee for inspection services was published by the Service on 
May 13, 1991, at 56 FR 21917-21920. The interim rule placed all 
eligibility requirements, application processes, and compliance 
requirements pertaining to inspection user fees in Sec. 286.6.
    All land border pilot projects were originally scheduled to 
terminate on September 30, 1993. This deadline was extended to 
September 30, 1996, by Public Law 103-121, October 27, 1993. Public Law 
103-121 also limited land border pilot projects to the northern border 
of the United States. On August 26, 1994, Congress passed Public Law 
103-217, permitting land border pilot projects on the California-Mexico 
border. This interim rule, therefore, also amends Service regulations 
as necessary to implement a pilot DCL on the California-Mexico border.
    In addition to adding a variety of border inspection pilot projects 
to selected POEs on the northern and southern land borders, this rule 
will move application and eligibility requirements for those persons 
seeking to participate in any of the pilot projects to part 235 of this 
chapter. By expanding and testing pilot projects on land borders, the 
entry of low-risk, legitimate border crossers will be facilitated and 
integrity of the United States land borders maintained.

Port Passenger Accelerated Service System (PORTPASS) Program

    This rule seeks to expand the testing of land border inspection 
pilot programs, hereinafter collectively known as the Port Passenger 
Accelerated Service System (PORTPASS) Program. It will add a new 
Sec. 235.13, in which general criteria used by the Service to establish 
pilot inspection programs on the northern and California-Mexico border 
will be set forth. PORTPASS program eligibility requirements, 
application procedures, and compliance requirements will be included in 
the new Sec. 235.13 because these program elements are inspection 
functions. The present provisions in Sec. 286.8, relating to the 
collection of land border inspection pilot program fees, will be 
retained in the immigration user fee section only for the purposes of 
clarity and uniformity.
    By identifying eligible, low-risk border crossers and providing a 
means for rapid entry of those individuals into the United States, 
PORTPASS will lessen the time required for all persons to cross the 
border at large POEs. PORTPASS will also benefit those persons who 
typically use the smaller, more geographically remote POEs which have 
limited hours of operation by designating certain POEs as Automated 
Permit Ports (APPs). Eligible persons who apply for, and are approved 
for use of, an APP may enter the United States when the APP is not 
staffed.
    Participation in PORTPASS, including advance screening, inspection 
and identification, and subsequent lawful entry through a DCL or APP by 
an enrolled participant, will satisfy the reporting requirement of 8 
CFR 235.1(a), which states that ``[a]pplication to enter the United 
States shall be made in person to an immigration officer at a U.S. port 
of entry enumerated in 8 CFR part 100 at a time when the immigration 
office at the port is open for inspection.''
    PORTPASS participants will not be permitted to import merchandise 
or transport controlled or restricted items through the PORTPASS 
program. Violation of the rules governing the PORTPASS program, or 
violating any immigration, customs, agricultural or other law or 
regulation, may result in revocation of the permit access authorization 
and other sanctions, including, but not limited to, criminal and/or 
administrative prosecution and deportation, seizure of goods and/or 
vehicles.
    The Form I-823, entitled, ``Application--Dedicated Commuter Lane 
Program,'' has been revised and retitled to, ``Application--Inspections 
Facilitation Program.'' Each applicant applying for use of a Dedicated 
Commuter Lane as part of the PORTPASS program on the northern or 
California-Mexico border will be required to file the new form and 
submit the required application fee, currently $25. Under certain 
circumstances, the $25 application fee may be waived by the district 
director having jurisdiction over the POE where the applicant requests 
access. This rule will also amend Secs. 299.1 and 299.5 to reflect the 
change in the title of the application. In establishing the Land Border 
Inspection Pilot Program, Congress identified the need to 
counterbalance the inspection of passengers and vehicles with the need 
to halt the flow of illegal drugs and illegal aliens into the United 
States. Therefore, in addition to filing the I-823, applicants may be 
required to submit fingerprints in order to determine eligibility as a 
low-risk border crosser. If a fingerprint check is required, the 
applicant will be assessed the additional processing fee.
    This rule expands the pool of eligible persons who may be permitted 
to use the PORTPASS system. One of the stated purposes of the land 
border inspections pilot program is the alleviation of traffic 
congestion at land border POEs. Therefore, it is necessary to allow the 
greatest number of identified, low-risk border crossers to participate. 
Currently, only citizens and legal permanent residents of the United 
States and citizens of Canada and landed immigrants of Canada who are 
citizens of the commonwealth nations are eligible applicants for the 
DCL project on the northern border. This rule would also make other 
non-immigrants as determined by the Commissioner of the Service, 
eligible for participation in all PORTPASS projects. Many third-country 
citizens and nationals are admitted to the United States for extended 
periods of time and may live in the United States but commute across 
the border to work, attend school, or conduct business. Third-country 
nationals who are citizens of countries other than the commonwealth 
nations are admitted to Canada as permanent residents and may also 
require access to the United States for similar purposes. Through the 
application process set forth in the regulation, admissibility and 
suitability of an applicant for entry to the United States will readily 
be determined. The application process will be more thorough than that 
required by any person who applies for admission at a land border POE, 
and will include a check of computer databases. Additionally, each 
applicant will be personally inspected and positively identified by an 
immigration officer to further determine admissibility prior to 
approval of his or her application. The applicant will also be required 
to permit random checks and inspections to be conducted by the Service 
at any time or location, to ensure compliance.
    Currently, only the principal applicant must pay the required fee 
upon approval for the DCL application, although other persons may be 
listed on the principal's application. This rule will amend the 
regulation by requiring a separate application and application fee from 
all applicants to a PORTPASS project, including DCL programs 

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currently operable. A family cap of $50, family defined to include 
husband, wife and/or children under the age of 18 years of age, will be 
imposed so as to not unduly burden families who often travel together 
across the border. Applicants under the age of 14 will be required to 
complete and submit the application, but will not be required to pay 
the application fee. Additionally, a ``system costs fee'' will be 
assessed to approved applicants who wish to participate in the system 
to cover the costs of additional technology. Information about the fee, 
including the amount, will be included in publications made available 
to the public prior to and/or during the application process. Law 
enforcement and security concerns peculiar to the southern border of 
the United States, in addition to the additional documentation required 
of Mexican nationals by the Immigration and Nationality Act, augments 
the degree that specialized devices, decals, technologies, and other 
methods are necessary to inspect applicants for entry. The use of 
technology , decals, and other devices or methods used to identify and 
inspect persons through DCL's on the southern border increases the cost 
to the INS of a DCL on that border. By charging a system costs fee for 
each vehicle using the DCL, the cost of operating the DCL will be 
fairly distributed among users of the DCL. All revenue generated by the 
PORTPASS program will directly support inspections on the land border, 
and facilitate traffic flow through designated POEs. Fees collected 
will cover the costs of:
    (1) Hiring additional immigration inspectors, including all 
associated personnel costs;
    (2) Expanding, operating and maintaining information systems for 
nonimmigrant control;
    (3) Construction costs, including those associated with the 
addition of new primary traffic lanes (with the concurrence of the 
General Services Administration);
    (4) Procuring detection devices and conducting training in the 
identification of fraudulent documents used by applicants for illegal 
entry into the United States;
    (5) Other costs associated with the operation of the PORTPASS 
program; and
    (6) Costs associated with the administration of the Land Border 
Inspection Fee Account.
    The Service's implementation of this rule a an interim rule, with 
provision for post-promulgation public comment, is based on the ``good 
cause'' exception found at 5 U.S.C. 553(d)(3). The reason and necessity 
for immediate implementation of this interim rule are as follows: 
Expanding the pilot program will directly benefit the traveling public 
by expediting their entry into the United States. In order to evaluate 
the effectiveness and utility of the PORTPASS project, and make a 
determination whether to continue and/or expand such projects, data 
must be collected. Pilot projects are due to expire September 30, 1996. 
Therefore, it is in the best interest of the traveling public to expand 
the land border user fee pilot program as soon as possible. All pilot 
projects are focused on the traveling public as customers and are 
designed to directly benefit large populations. Proceeding with an 
interim regulation at this time will allow the affected agencies and 
the public to gain maximum benefits from the pilot program.

Regulatory Flexibility Act

    The Commissioner of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, in 
accordance with the Regulatory Flexibility Act (5 U.S.C. 605(b)), has 
reviewed this regulation and, by approving it, certifies that the rule 
will not have a significant economic impact on a substantial number of 
small entities because of the following factors. The rule applies to 
individuals, not small entities, and provides a clear benefit to 
participants by allowing expeditious passage through a POE. Although 
there is a fee charged for this service, participation is voluntary.

Executive Order 12866

    This rule is not considered by the Department of Justice, 
Immigration and Naturalization Service, to be a ``significant 
regulatory action'' under Executive Order 12866, section 3(f), 
Regulatory Planning and Review, and the Office of Management and Budget 
has waived its review process under section 6(a)(3)(A).

Executive Order 12612

    The regulations proposed herein will not have substantial direct 
effects on the States, on the relationship between the National 
Government and the States, or on the distribution of power and 
responsibilities among the various levels of government. Therefore, in 
accordance with Executive Order 12612, it is determined that this rule 
does not have sufficient federalism implications to warrant the 
preparation of a Federalism Assessment.

Executive Order 12606

    The Commissioner of the Immigration and Naturalization Service 
certifies that she has addressed this rule in light of the criteria in 
Executive Order 12606 and has determined that it will have no effect on 
family well-being.
    The information collection requirement contained in this rule has 
been cleared by the Office of Management and Budget under the 
provisions of the Paperwork Reduction Act. The clearance number for 
this collection is contained in 8 CFR 299.5, Display of control 
numbers.

List of Subjects

8 CFR Part 103

    Administrative practice and procedures, Aliens, Authority 
delegations (Government agencies), Freedom of Information, Privacy Act, 
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements.

8 CFR Part 235

    Administrative practice and procedure, Aliens, Immigration, 
Passport and visas.

8 CFR Part 286

    Fees, Immigration, Reporting and recordkeeping requirements.

8 CFR Part 299

    Administrative practice and procedure, Aliens, Forms, Immigration, 
Reporting and recordkeeping requirements.
    Accordingly, chapter I of title 8 of the Code of Federal 
Regulations is amended as follows:

PART 103--POWERS AND DUTIES OF SERVICE OFFICERS; AVAILABILITY OF 
SERVICE RECORDS

    1. The authority citation for part 103 continues to read as 
follows:

    Authority: 5 U.S.C. 552, 552a; 8 U.S.C. 1101, 1103, 1201, 1252 
note, 1252b, 1304, 1356; 31 U.S.C. 9701; E.O. 12356, 47 FR 14874, 
15557, 3 CFR, 1982 Comp., p. 166; 8 CFR part 2.

    2. In Sec. 103.7, paragraph (b)(1) is amended by revising the entry 
for ``Form I-823'', to read as follows:


Sec. 103.7  Fees.

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    (b) * * *
    (1) * * *
    Form I-823. For application to an Inspections Facilitation Program 
under section 286 of the Act--$25.00, with the maximum amount of $50.00 
payable by a family (husband, wife, and minor children under 18 years 
of age). This fee may be waived for applicants seeking 

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access through an Automated Permit Port (APP) on the northern border. 
If fingerprints are required, a separate fingerprint processing fee 
will be charged.
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PART 235--INSPECTION OF PERSONS APPLYING FOR ADMISSION

    3. The authority citation for part 235 continues to read as 
follows:

    Authority: 8 U.S.C. 1101, 1103, 1182, 1183, 1201, 1224, 1225, 
1226, 1227, 1228, and 1252.


Sec. 235.1  [Amended]

    4. In Sec. 235.1, paragraph (a) is amended by:
    (a) Adding the word ``either'' between the words ``made'' and ``in 
person'', and by
    (b) Removing the period after the word ``inspection'' and adding 
the phrase ``or as provided in Sec. 235.13.''
    5. A new Sec. 235.13 is added to read as follows:


Sec. 235.13  Automated inspection services.

    (a) PORTPASS Program. (1) Definitions. (i) Port Passenger 
Accelerated Service System (PORTPASS). A system in which certain ports-
of-entry (POEs) are identified and designated by the Service as 
providing access to the United States for a group of identified, low-
risk, border crossers. Participants in the PORTPASS program are 
inspected, identified, and screened in advance of approval for 
participation in the program by an immigration officer, and may apply 
to enter the United States through a dedicated commuter lane (DCL) or 
through an automated permit port (APP). Such advance inspection and 
identification, when the enrolled participant also satisfies the 
conditions and requirements set forth in Sec. 235.13(b), satisfies the 
reporting requirements of Sec. 235.1(a). Each use of the PORTPASS 
system constitutes a separate application for entry by the program 
participant.
    (ii) Automated Permit Port (APP). A POE designated by the Service 
to provide access to the United States by an identified, low-risk, 
border crosser through the use of automation when the POE is not 
staffed. An APP has limited hours of operation and is located at a 
remote location on a land border. This program is limited to the 
northern border of the United States.
    (iii) Dedicated Commuter Lane (DCL). A special lane set apart from 
the normal flow of traffic at a busier land border POE which allows an 
accelerated inspection for identified, low-risk travelers. This program 
is limited to the northern border of the United States and the 
California-Mexico border.
    (iv) System costs fee. A fee charged to participants to cover the 
cost of implementing the PORTPASS system.
    (2) Designation of POEs for PORTPASS access. The following criteria 
shall be used by the Service in the selection of a POE if classifying 
that POE as having PORTPASS access under the pilot program:
    (i) The location has an identifiable group of low-risk border 
crossers;
    (ii) The institution of PORTPASS access will not significantly 
inhibit normal traffic flow;
    (iii) The POE selected for access via a DCL has a sufficient number 
of Service personnel to perform primary and secondary inspection 
functions.
    (3) General eligibility requirements for PORTPASS program 
applicants. Applicants must be citizens or lawful permanent residents 
of the United States, or other non-immigrants as determined eligible by 
the Commissioner of the Service. Non-United States citizens must meet 
all applicable documentary and entry eligibility requirements of the 
Act. Applicants must agree to furnish all information requested on the 
application, and must agree to terms set forth for use of the PORTPASS 
program. Notwithstanding the provisions of 8 CFR part 264, applicants 
may be required to submit fingerprints on Form FD-258 or in the manner 
prescribed by the Service for the purpose of determining eligibility 
for participation in the PORTPASS program.
    (4) Application. (i) Application for PORTPASS access shall be made 
on Form I-823, Application--Inspections Facilitation Program. 
Applications may be submitted during regular working hours at the port-
of-entry having jurisdiction over the port-of-entry for which the 
applicant requests access. Applications may also be submitted by mail. 
Each applicant must present himself or herself for inspection and 
positive identification prior to approval of the application. Each 
person seeking PORTPASS access must file a separate application.''
    (ii) Applications must be supported by evidence of citizenship, 
and, in the case of lawful permanent residents of the United States, 
evidence of legal permanent resident status in the United States. 
Evidence of residency must be submitted by all applicants. Alien 
applicants requiring a valid visa must be in possession of such 
documentation and any other documentation as required by the Act at the 
time of the application, at the time of each entry, and at all times 
while present in the United States.
    (iii) A completed application must be accompanied by the fee as 
prescribed in Sec. 103.7(b)(1) of this chapter. Each PORTPASS applicant 
14 years of age or older must complete the application and pay the 
application fee. Applicants under the age of 14 will be required to 
complete the application, but will not be required to pay the 
application fee. The district director having jurisdiction over the POE 
where the applicant requests access may, in his or her discretion, 
waive the application fee.
    (iv) Each vehicle registered by a PORTPASS participant must be 
inspected and approved by the Service prior to use in the PORTPASS 
system.
    (v) An application may be denied in the discretion of the district 
director having jurisdiction over the POE where the applicant requests 
access. Notice of such denial shall be given to the applicant. There is 
no appeal from the denial, but denial is without prejudice to 
reapplying for this or any other Service benefit.
    (vi) Applications approved by the Service will entitle the 
applicant to seek entry via a designated PORTPASS Program POE for a 
period of 1 year from the date of approval of the application unless 
approval is otherwise withdrawn.
    (5) In addition to the conditions set forth in Sec. 235.13(b), 
participants must agree to the following:
    (i) The installation and/or use of any and all decals, devices, 
technology or other methodology deemed necessary by the Service to 
ensure inspection of the person(s) seeking entry through a DCL, in 
addition to any monetary deposit assessed by the Service pending return 
of any and all such decals, devices, technology, and other methodology 
in undamaged condition;
    (ii) The payment of a system costs fee as determined by the Service 
as necessary to cover the costs of any and all decals, devices, 
technology, or other methodology used to identify and inspect persons 
seeking access through the DCL.
    (6) The district director having jurisdiction over the POE where 
the participant has access may, in his or her discretion, waive the 
deposit and ``system costs fee.''
    (b) Conditions for participation in the PORTPASS Program. Upon 
being inspected and positively identified by an immigration officer and 
found admissible and eligible for participation in the PORTPASS 
program, a participant in the PORTPASS program must agree to abide by 
the following conditions:

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    (1) APP-approved participants who wish to enter the United States 
through a POE other than one designated as an APP through which they 
may pass must present themselves for inspection or examination by an 
immigration officer during normal business hours. Entry to the United 
States during hours when an APP port is not staffed may be made only 
through a POE designated as an APP.
    (2) Each occupant of a vehicle entering through a POE providing 
PORTPASS access must have applied for participation in the PORTPASS 
Program and must have been approved for that purpose.
    (3) Participants must be in possession of any authorization 
documents issued for PORTPASS access and any other entry documents as 
required by the Act or by regulation at time of each entry to the 
United States.
    (4) Participants must positively identify themselves in the manner 
prescribed by the Service at the time of each application for entry via 
the PORTPASS system. Each use of the PORTPASS system constitutes a 
separate application for entry to the United States.
    (5) Participants must agree to an initial inspection of any vehicle 
prior to use of the PORTPASS access lane.
    (6) Participants may not import merchandise or transport controlled 
or restricted items while entering the United States under the PORTPASS 
Program. The entry of any merchandise or goods must be in accordance 
with the laws and regulations of all other federal inspection agencies.
    (7) Participants must agree to random checks or inspections that 
may be conducted by the Service at any time and at any location, to 
ensure compliance.
    (8) Participants agree to abide by all federal, state and local 
laws regarding the importation of alcohol or agricultural products or 
the importation or possession of controlled substances as defined in 
section 101 of the Controlled Substance Act (21 U.S.C. 802).
    (9) Participant acknowledges that all devices, decals, or other 
equipment, method, or technology used to identify or inspect persons or 
vehicles seeking entry via any PORTPASS program remains the property of 
the United States Government at all times, and must be surrendered upon 
request by the Service. Participant agrees to abide by the terms set 
forth by the Service for use of any device, decal, or other equipment, 
method or technology, including but not limited to the payment of any 
deposit for use of same.
    (10) Participant agrees to abide by all conditions required for use 
of the special access lane.
    (11) Participant agrees to notify the Service if a vehicle approved 
for use in a PORTPASS program is sold, stolen, damaged, or disposed of 
otherwise. If a vehicle is sold, it is the responsibility of the 
participant to remove or obliterate any identifying device or other 
authorization for participation in the program before or at the time of 
sale unless otherwise notified by the Service. If any license plates 
are replaced on an enrolled vehicle, the participant must submit a 
properly executed Form I-823, Application--Inspections Facilitation 
Program, without fee, prior to use of the vehicle in the PORTPASS 
program.
    (c) Violation of condition of the PORTPASS Program. A PORTPASS 
Program participant who violates any condition of the PORTPASS Program, 
or who has violated any immigration law or regulation, or a law or 
regulation of the United States Customs Service or other Federal 
Inspection Service, or who is otherwise determined by an immigration 
officer to be inadmissible to the United States, may have the PORTPASS 
access revoked at the discretion of the district director or the chief 
patrol agent and may be subject to other applicable sanctions, such as 
criminal and/or administrative prosecution or deportation, as well as 
possible seizure of goods and/or vehicles.

PART 286--IMMIGRATION USER FEE

    5. The authority citation for part 286 continues to read as 
follows:

    Authority: 8 U.S.C. 1103, 1356; 8 CFR  part 2.

    6. Section 286.8 is revised to read as follows:


Sec. 286.8  Establishment of pilot programs for the charging of a land 
border fee for inspection services.

    Under the provisions of section 286(q) of the Act, the Service may 
establish pilot programs at one or more land border ports-of-entry to 
charge fees for immigration inspection services to be collected by the 
Commissioner. Individual ports-of-entry selected by the Commissioner to 
participate in such pilot programs may charge a fee to enhance 
inspection services and to recover the cost of:
    (a) Hiring additional immigration inspectors, including all 
associated personnel costs such as salary, benefits, and overtime;
    (b) Expansion, operation, and maintenance of information systems 
for nonimmigrant control;
    (c) Construction costs, including those associated with adding new 
primary traffic lanes (with the concurrence of the General Services 
Administration);
    (d) Procuring detection devices and conducting training to identify 
fraudulent documents used by applicants for entry to the United States; 
and
    (e) Other administrative costs associated with the PORTPASS 
Program.

PART 299--IMMIGRATION FORMS

    7. The authority citation for part 299 continues to read as 
follows:

    Authority: 8 U.S.C. 1101, 1103; 8 CFR part 2.

    8. Section 299.1 is amended by revising the entry for the ``Form I-
823'' to read as follows:


Sec. 299.1  Prescribed forms.

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I-823....................................................          08-24-95  Application--Inspections Facilitation Program.                             
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    9. Section 299.5 is amended by revising the entry for the ``Form I-
823'' to read as follows:


Sec. 299.5  Display of control numbers.

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                      INS form No.                                                     INS form title                                  OMB control No.  
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I-823..................................................  Application--Inspections Facilitation Program............................             1115-0174
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    Dated: September 26, 1995.
Doris Meissner,
Commissioner, Immigration and Naturalization Service.

    Note: This appendix will not appear in the Code of Federal 
Regulations.

    Appendix to the preamble--Form I-823, Application--Inspections 
Facilitation Program.
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