\ fr \ Federal Register Publications (CIS, ICE, CBP) \ Federal Register Publications (Legacy INS) - 2002 \ FEDERAL REGISTER FINAL REGULATIONS - 2002 \ Delegation of Authorities for Various Detention and Removal Authorities and the Parole, Detention, Care and Custody of Alien Juveniles [67 FR 39255] [FR 27-02] \ § 241.7 Self-removal.
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A district director, the Deputy Executive Associate Commissioner for Detention and Removal, or the Director of the Office of Juvenile Affairs may permit an alien ordered removed (including an alien ordered excluded or deported in proceedings prior to April 1, 1997) to depart at his or her own expense to a destination of his or her own choice. Any alien who has departed from the United States while an order of deportation or removal is outstanding shall be considered to have been deported, excluded and depor
ted, or removed, except that an alien who departed before the expiration of the voluntary departure period granted in connection with an alternate order of deportation or removal shall not be considered to be so deported or removed.
PART 287--FIELD OFFICERS; POWERS AND DUTIES
23. The authority citation for part 287 continues to read as follows:
8 U.S.C. 1103, 1182, 1225, 1226, 1251, 1252, 1357; 8 CFR part 2.
24. Section 287.4 is amended by revising paragraphs (a)(1), (a)(2)(i) and (c) to read as follows:
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Criminal or civil investigations
. All District Directors, Deputy District Directors, Chief Patrol Agents, Deputy Chief Patrol Agents, Assistant Chief Patrol Agents, Officers in Charge, Patrol Agents in Charge, Assistant District Directors, Investigations, Supervisory Criminal Investigators (Anti-Smuggling), Regional Directors, Office of Professional Responsibility, Service Center Directors, Assistant District Directors for Examinations, the Deputy Executive Associate Commissioner for Detention and Removal, and the Director of the Office o
f Juvenile Affairs, may issue a subpoena requiring the production of records and evidence for use in criminal or civil investigations.
(2) * * *
Prior to commencement of proceedings
. All District Directors, Deputy District Directors, Chief Patrol Agents, Deputy Chief Patrol Agents, Officers-in-Charge, the Deputy Executive Associate Commissioner for Detention and Removal, and the Director of the Office of Juvenile Affairs, may issue a subpoena requiring the attendance of witnesses or the production of documentary evidence, or both, for use in any proceeding under this chapter, other than under 8 CFR part 355, or any application made ancillary to the proceeding.
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. A subpoena issued under this section may be served by any person, over 18 years of age not a party to the case, designated to make such service by the District Director, Deputy District Director, Chief Patrol Agent, Deputy Chief Patrol Agent, Assistant Chief Patrol Agent, Patrol Agent in Charge, Officer-in-Charge, Assistant District Director, Investigations, Supervisory Criminal Investigator (Anti-Smuggling), Regional Director and the Office of Professional Responsibility, having administrative jurisdicti
on over the office in which the subpoena is issued. The Deputy Executive Associate Commissioner for Detention and Removal and the Director of the Office of Juvenile Affairs shall also have the authority to make such designation. Service of the subpoena shall be made by delivering a copy thereof to the person named therein and by tendering to him/her the fee for one day’s attendance and the mileage allowed by law by the United States District Court for the district in which the testimony is to be taken. When
the subpoena is issued on behalf of the Service, fee and mileage need not to be tendered at the time of service. A record of such service shall be made and attached to the original copy of the subpoena.
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25. Section 287.5 is amended by: a. Removing the word “or” from the end of paragraph (e)(2)(xix);
b. Removing the period from the end of paragraph (e)(2)(xx) and adding a “;” in its place; and by
c. Adding paragraphs (e)(2)(xxi) and (e)(2)(xxii).
The additions read as follows:
287.5 Exercise of power by immigration officers.
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(e) * * *
(2) * * *
(xxi) the Director of the Office of Juvenile Affairs; or
(xxii) the Deputy Executive Associate Commissioner for Detention and Removal.
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June 3, 2002
James W. Ziglar,
Immigration and Naturalization Service.