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(22 U.S.C. 2658 and 3926) (Dept. Reg. 108.541, 31 F.R. 13540, Oct. 20, 1966; as amended by Dept. Reg. 108.838, 49 F.R. 16989, Apr. 23, 1984)

MARRIED WOMEN 51.45 Marriage to an alien prior to March 2, 1907.

A woman citizen of the United States who married an alien prior to March 2, 1907, did not lose her U.S. citizenship unless she acquired as a result of the marriage the nationality of her husband and thereafter took up a permanent residence abroad prior to September 22, 1922. $51.46 Marriage to an alien prior to March 2, 1907, and

September 22, 1922. (a) A woman citizen of the United States who married an alien between March 2, 1907, and September 22, 1922, lost her U.S. citizenship, except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section. At the termination of the marital relation she could resume her U.S. citizenship, if abroad, by registering as a U.S. citizen within 1 year with a Consul of the United States, or by returning to reside in the United States, or, if resident in the United States, by continuing to reside therein. (Section 3 of the Act of March 2, 1907.)

(b) A woman citizen of the United States who married an alien between April 6, 1917, and July 2, 1921, did not lose her citizenship, if the marriage terminated by death or divorce prior to July 2, 1921, or if her husband became a U.S. citizen prior to that date. She may establish her citizenship by proving her U.S. citizenship prior to marriage and the termination of the marriage or acquisition of U.S. citizenship by her husband prior to July 2, 1921. $51.47 Marriage prior to September 22, 1922, to an alien

who acquired U.S. citizenship by naturalization

prior to September 22, 1922. A woman citizen of the United States who lost her citizenship by virtue of her marriage to an alien between March 2, 1907, and September 22, 1922, and who reacquired U.S. citizenship through the naturalization of her husband prior to September 22, 1922, may establish her U.S. citizenship by submitting her husband's certificate of naturalization. 851.48 Marriage between September 22, 1922, and March 3,

1931, to an alien ineligible to citizenship. A woman citizen of the United States who lost her U.S. citizenship by virtue of her marriage to an alien ineligible to citizenship between September 22, 1922, and March 3, 1931, but who reacquired her citizenship by naturalization in accordance with applicable law shall submit with her application her certificate of naturalization (sec. 3 of the Act of Mar. 3, 1931). $51.49 Marriage on or after September 22, 1922, to an alien

eligible to naturalization. A woman citizen of the United States who on or after September 22, 1922, mai alien eligible for naturalization did not there

by lose her U.S. citizenship and Deed only submit evidence of her own citizenship before a passport issuing oñice. $51.50 Alien born woman-narriage to citizen prior to

September 22, 1922. An alien woman wbo acquired U.S. citizenship by virtue of her marriage to a citizen of the listed States prior to September 22, 1922, shall submit with ber appucanoa evidence of ber husband's citizenship and of the marriage. Section 1994 of the Revised Statutes.)

CITIZENSHIP BY A T OF CONGRESS OR TREATY $51.51 Former nationa's of Spain or Denmark

Former nationals of Spa or Denmark who acozred nationality or citizenship of tbe late Sister poder an act of Congress or treaty by virtue of residence n teT1057 Dober the bovere aty of the United States shall submit evidence of their former nahorialty and of their residence in such tert: . $51.52 Citizenship by birth in territory under sovereignty

of the Crited States A person claiming nanonelty or stizens of the United States under an act of Congress or treaty by r ae of mis or her birth in territory under the sovereignty of the Eme Size wall submit evidence of his birth in suct TEDY (22 U.S.C. 2658 and 3925 (Dept. Reg. 108.541 81 F213543, ore 21.1556, ab arenged by Dept. Reg. 108.338, 4:72 25965, 1.0! 23.964, $51.53 Proof of resumpoon of Ls. citizenstig.

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(22 U.S.C. 2658 and 3926) (Dept. Reg. 108.541, 31 F.R. 13540, Oct. 20, 1966; as amended by Dept. Reg. 108.838, 49 F.R. 16989, Apr. 23, 1984) 851.84 Appearance at hearing.

The person adversely affected may appear at the hearing in person or with his or her attorney, or by his or her attorney. The attorney must possess the qualifications prescribed for practice before the Board of Appellate Review or be admitted to practice before the courts of the country in which the hearing is to be held. (22 U.S.C. 2658 and 3926) (Dept. Reg. 108.637, 36 F.R. 9068, May 19, 1971; as amended by Dept. Reg. 108.838, 49 F.R. 16989, Apr. 23, 1984) $51.85 Proceedings before the hearing officer.

The person adversely affected may appear and testify in his or her own behalf and may himself, or by his or her attorney, present witnesses and offer other evidence and make argument. If any witness whom the person adversely affected wishes to call is unable to appear in person, the hearing officer may, in his or her discretion, accept an affidavit by the witness or order evidence to be taken by deposition. The person adversely affected shall be entitled to be informed of all the evidence before the hearing officer and of the source of such evidence, and shall be entitled to confront and cross-examine any adverse witness. The person shall, upon request by the hearing officer, confirm his or her oral statements in an affidavit for the record. (22 U.S.C. 2658 and 3926) (Dept. Reg. 108.541, 31 F.R. 13540. Oct. 20, 1966; as amended by Dept. Reg. 108.838, 49 F.R. 16989, Apr. 23, 1984) $51.86 Admissibility of evidence.

The person adversely affected and the Department may introduce such evidence as the hearing officer deems proper. Formal rules of evidence shall not apply, but reasonable restrictions shall be imposed as to relevancy, competency and materiality of evidence presented. *51.87 Privacy of hearing.

The hearing shall be private. There shall be present at the hearng only the person adversely affected, his or her attorney, the hearing officer, official stenographers, employees of the Department lirectly concerned with the presentation of the case, and the witesses. Witnesses shall be present at the hearing only while actuilly giving testimony or when otherwise directed by the hearing oficer. 22 U.S.C. 2658 and 3926) Dept. Reg. 108.541, 31 F.R. 13540, Oct. 20, 1966; as amended by Sept. Reg. 108.838, 49 F.R. 16989, Apr. 23, 1984)

deemed necessary to establish his or her U.S. citizenship or nationality. (22 U.S.C. 2658 and 3926) [Dept. Reg. 108.541, 31 F.R. 13540, Oct. 20, 1966; as amended by Dept. Reg. 108.838, 49 F.R. 16989, Apr. 23, 1984) $51.55 Return or retention of evidence of citizenship.

The passport issuing office will generally return to the applicant submitted in connection with an application for passport facilities. However, the passport issuing office may retain evidence when it deems necessary.

Subpart D_Fees Passport fees in the United States shall be paid in U.S. currency or by draft, check, or money order payable to the department of State or the Passport Office. Passport fees abroad shall be paid in U.S. currency, travelers checks, money order, or the equivalent value of the fees in local currency. (31 F.R. 14522, Nov. 11, 1966) $ 51.61 Statutory fees. (a) Passport fee. The fee for a U.S. passport is:

(1) $55.00 when the passport issued will be valid or potentially valid for a period of 10 years from date of issue; or

(2) $30.00 when the passport issued will be valid or potentially valid for a period of 5 years from date of issue; and

(3) The passport fee shall be paid by all applicants except as provided by section 51.63(a). (b) Execution fee. Except as provided in section 51.63(b), the fee for execution of an application for a U.S. passport is $10.00, which shall be remitted to the U.S. Treasury when an application is executed before a Federal official, but which may be collected and retained by any State official before whom an application is executed, or which may be transferred to the United States Postal Service for each application accepted by that Service. The execution fee shall be paid only when an application must be executed under oath or affirmation as prescribed by $51.21(a). (Sec. 1, 44 Stat. 887; sec. 1, 41 Stat. 750; sec. 2, 44 Stat. 887; sec. 4, 63 Stat. 111, as amended (22 U.S.C. 211a, 214, 217a, 2658); E.O. 11295, 36 F.R. 10603; 3 CFR 1966–70 Comp. p. 507) (Dept. Reg. 108.828, 47 F.R. 56329, Dec. 16, 1982, as amended by 56 F.R. 55816, October 30, 1991) $ 51.62 Regulatory fees.

The Secretary may authorize the collection of additional fees in connection with passport services. Upon publication of the fees in the FEDERAL REGISTER, the passport issuing office may collect them in the same manner as statutory fees. (56 F.R. 55816, October 30, 1991)

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