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OI 207.10 Reporting grants and waivers of inadmissibility to Congress.
Section 207(c)(3) of the Immigration and Nationality Act requires that the Attorney General shall provide for the annual reporting to Congress of the number of waivers granted under said section for the previous fiscal year and the reasons for granting such waivers. Form I-602, pages 2 and 3 are tear-off pages to be used for reporting to Congress. The portion of Form I-602, "Basis for favorable action" must be completed in all cases in which a waiver of inadmissibility is granted.
1. Visas Ninety-Three. The Attorney General has approved admission under INA section
of spouse and children of alien residing in the United States, provided that no known ineligibilities exist under INA section
Consular officer is requested to furnish the alien(s) named above with a transportation letter, addressed to the supervisory immigration officer, United States Immigration and Naturalization Service, port of entry, as shown in 9 FAM Part IV, Appendix D, Services for INS Exhibit VIII B, identifying the alien(s), by name(s) of the Act. A copy of the cable authorizing admission of alien(s) should be attached to the letter so that the airline will not be subject to the fine imposed by section 273 of the Act.
Please also furnish the alien(s) with a copy of the letter and cable to present to the supervisory immigration officer at the port of entry. Name(s) of refugee(s), date(s) and place(s) of birth, alien registration number(s), if applicable, name(s) and address(es) in the United States of relative(s) to whom destined, and relationship(s) will be given. Interest voluntary agency will be given in a separate paragraph.