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OI 274.17 Time for filing petitions.
See O.I. 274.13(e) and (f).
OI 274.18 Straw purchase transactions.
OI 274.19 Handling of petitions; judicial forfeiture.
A petition filed when a conveyance is under judicial proceeding will be handled pursuant to
8 CFR 274.19
OI 274.20 Compromise of Claims.
If a United States Attorney proposes to compromise a judicial forfeiture proceeding, pursuant t
8 CFR 274.20
the United States Attorney must consider the probabilities of successfully prosecuting the forfeiture action and the terms of the proposed compromise thereof and consult with the Regional Commissioner. The United States Attorney must also obtain the concurrence of the Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Division, Department of Justice in order to compromise a case. Upon being consulted with respect to compromising a case, the Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Division, addressing the facts and law ap
plicable to the subject case and the effect of the compromise upon the enforcement mission of the Service and the deterrent effect of the seizure of conveyance pursuant to 8 U.S.C. 1324(b).
OI 274.21 Awards to Informants.
OI 274a Control of employment of aliens.
Delegation of authority to Chief Patrol agents to issue employment authorization (Blue page)
OI 280 Imposition and collection of fines.
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