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Transfer of deportees. A deportee shall not be transferred to a port for deportation until advice has been received that arrangements have been completed for the deportee's transportation and, if required , custodial care and attention en route to and at final destination. Executed Form I-216 shall accompany the deportee. If the deportee is an afflicted alien, medical certificate Form I-141, together with a clinical history, shall be attached to Form I-216.
When an unescorted deportee is being transferred, the documents accompanying his shall be enclosed in Form I-164.
Deportation of lepers. The case of any alien afflicted with leprosy shall be handled in accordance with the governing regulations and instructions issued by the Surgeon General, United States Public Health Service, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.
Alien addicts discharged from United States Public Health Service Hospitals. Any alien who has been sentenced to imprisonment and has been ordered deported and who has been transferred as an alien addict to a hospital of the United States Public Health Service shall be taken into custody upon his discharge from such hospital and deported without requiring his return to the penal institution form which he came to such hospital.
Advance notice to Department of State and Service officers abroad. When an alien of the subversive, criminal, immoral, or narcotic classes is about to be deported, the nearest Service representative abroad (see
shall be furnished in advance with pertinent background information, Form I-217, and the time, place, and manner of arrival abroad. When a foreign public relations or enforcement problem can be anticipated with regard to any deportee, or there is an indication that the deportation will be attended by publicity unfavorable to the United States in any place abroad where he will arrive in connection with his deportation, the nearest Service representative abroad shall be furnished in advance with the reasons
which bring the alien within the purview of the foregoing, and with Form I-217, and the time, place, and manner of arrival abroad. In addition, in each instance, Field Operations, Visa Office, Department of State, will be furnished, in advance, the same information telephonically at one of the following numbers: (202) 632-1915, 632-2897, 632-2908, 632-1954.
If, in emergent cases, time does not permit advance notification by mail to the nearest Service representative, telegraphic or telephonic facilities shall be utilized. In addition, in each case, a copy of the background information and Form I-217 shall be furnished in advance to the Assistant Commissioner for Detention and Deportation.
Notwithstanding the notification requirements mentioned heretofore, if an alien of the classes indicated above, or any other alien under escort, precipitates an incident while enroute to, or after arrival at the country of destination, the nearest U.S. Embassy or consulate shall be notified immediately by the escorting officers and details of the incident furnished.
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Notice to transportation lines. When an alien is placed in detention and he is deportable at the expense of a transportation line, it should be served immediately with Form I-284. If the transportation line responds and indicates that it will furnish transportation, notification shall be made on Form I-288 when the alien is completely ready for deportation. When deportation will be effected at the expense of the transportation line, and the alien is not detained, notification shall be made to the line on
Form I-288 when the alien is completely ready for deportation. If personal care and attendance is required, the notice shall be revised accordingly and supplemented with information that the expense incident to employing a suitable person to accompany the alien to his final destination shall be defrayed in the same manner as the expense of his deportation.
Notices to deportees. When a warrant of deportation is issued and the country of deportation has been determined, the alien shall be notified on Form I-294 of the country to which he shall be deported. If the Form I-294 is served personally, that fact shall be noted on the file copy of the form by the officer making service. In the event service is made by mail, "Certified Mail--Return Receipt Requested" is to be utilized, and the return receipt attached to the file copy of Form I-294. When completely r
eady for deportation the alien, if not detained, shall be served with Form I-166, requiring his to surrender in not less than 72 hours.
Notices to foreign consular offices in the United States. When transportation arrangements have been completed for the deportation or removal of an alien to a country other than Canada or Mexico, the appropriate foreign consular office in the United States shall be notified by the Deportation Docket Control Office.
Deportation of Iranian military personnel. The Department of State advises that the Government of Iran, upon request, will pay transportation costs incidental to the deportation of Iranian military personnel. In the event any difficulty is encountered locally in obtaining such cooperation, the Assistant Commissioner, Deportation, is to be notified.