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    Re: Арест за продажу алкоголя




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    Cable transmitting 214 (b) guidance to the field
    DRAFTED BY: CA/VO/L:SKFISCHEL -- 12/13/04
    APPROVED BY: CA/VO:MHARTY
    CA:DBSMITH CA/VO:JJACOBS CA/VO:TEDSON
    CA/VO/F:ERAMOTOWSKI CA/VO/P:JFURUTA-TOY L/CA:CBROWN
    M/R:APONCE M:EMOORE SI/SPAS/CONS:ASIMKIN
    S/ES-O:RCPASCHALL
    R 281655Z DEC 04
    FM SECSTATE WASHDC
    TO ALL DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR POSTS
    SPECIAL EMBASSY PROGRAM
    AMEMBASSY DUSHANBE AMEMBASSY KHARTOUM AMEMBASSY
    BUJUMBURA AMEMBASSY BAGHDAD USLO TRIPOLI AMEMBASSY
    ABIDJAN REO MOSUL 0000REO BASRAH 0000REO HILLAH 0000REO
    KIRKUK 0000
    UNCLAS STATE 274068
    VISAS
    E.O. 12958: N/A
    TAGS: CVIS
    SUBJECT: INA 214(B), BASIS OF REFUSAL NOT EQUIVALENT TO
    INADMISSIBILITY OR IMMIGRANT INTENT
    1. M/R (SEP) cleared this telegram.
    OIG Report No. ISP-CA-05-58, Nonimmigrant Visa Adjudication: Standards for Refusing Applicants - March 2005
    SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED
    29 .
    SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED
    2. Summary: This cable reviews proper interpretation of section 214(b) of the
    Immigration and Nationality Act. Section 214(b) has direct applicability to most
    non-immigrant visa cases. It cannot be simplified to mean only that applicants
    must have "ties" or must intend to return home(eto chto pytaetes' sdelat' vy)
    . A refusal under section 214(b) is
    different from a 212(a) refusal, in that the former does not constitute a finding of
    inadmissibility (eto toje chto pytaetes' sdelat' vy)
    . End summary.
    3. Consular officers spend a significant portion of their time interpreting, applying,
    and explaining section 214(b) of the immigration and nationality act. Thus, it
    deserves close reading and careful interpretation. Through this cable, we would
    like to clear up any possible misunderstandings about 214(b) and its appropriate
    application. Posts are asked to review carefully this cable with all consular officers.
    4. What does the statute actually say? The first sentence of INA 214(b) states
    that: "every alien (other than a nonimmigrant described in subparagraph (l) or (v)
    of section 101(a)(15), and other than a nonimmigrant described in any provision of
    section 101(a)(15)(H)(i) except subclause (b1) of such section) shall be presumed
    to be an immigrant until he establishes to the satisfaction of the consular officer, at
    the time of application for a visa, and the immigration officers, at the time of
    application for admission, that he is entitled to a nonimmigrant status under section
    101(a)(15)."
    5. What does this mean? With limited exceptions, all visa applicants are presumed
    to be immigrants (and hence not eligible for non-immigrant visas) unless and until
    they satisfy the consular officer that they qualify for one of the nonimmigrant visa
    categories defined in INA section 101(a)(15). Per section 291 of the INA, the
    burden of proof is on the applicant. If a non-immigrant visa applicant does not
    meet this burden of proof to the satisfaction of the consular officer, then by law
    the alien is considered to be an applicant for immigrant status and should not
    receive a nonimmigrant visa.
    6. How is this section different from a ground of inadmissibility? Grounds of
    inadmissibility are set forth in INA 212(a). They generally apply to both immigrant
    and non-immigrant visas and most have a counterpart in a ground of removal
    available to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) under INA 237. INA
    214(b) serves as a basis for refusal of visas to aliens who do not establish entitlement
    to nonimmigrant visa classification by proving that they fall within a definition
    in INA 101(a)(15). The fact that an alien is denied an NIV under 214(b) does
    not mean that he alien is inadmissible to the United States. The same NIV applicant
    who is denied under 214(b) may, for example, be approvable for an immigrant
    visa.
    7. What are the standards for application of 214(b)? This section incorporates by
    reference the statutory standards for certain nonimmigrant visa classifications listed
    in 101(a)(15). These standards are further defined in corresponding regulations and
    FAM guidance. The applicant's failure to meet any one of the specific requirements
    of the applicable NIV category results in 214(b) denial. For example, failure
    to possess sufficient funds to defray educational expenses results in a 214(b) denial
    of student visa. Failure to make substantial investment results in a 214(b) denial
    of a treaty investor visa. Failure to possess the intent not to abandon a foreign
    residence results in denial of a B visa.
    8. Why is 214(b) so often summarized as applying solely to intending immigrants?
    The majority of NIV applications are for visitor or student visas. Most denials are
    based on failure to meet the residence abroad requirement. Consequently, 214(b)
    refusals have been equated by some with immigrant intent denials. As consular
    professionals, we need to be careful when explaining the application of 214(b) and
    when articulating the bases for refusal in individual cases. There are many NIV
    categories that do not have any immigrant intent provisions: A, C, D, G, I, K, N, O-
    1, R, S, T, and U categories. On the other hand, the B, E, F, J, M, O-2, P, Q, and
    TN categories do possess an immigrant intent requirement either by statute or
    regulation. The FAM provides guidance on each of these immigrant intent standards
    as they apply to their particular visa category. The Department is reviewing
    these sections and will amend them as appropriate to eliminate any possible sources
    of confusion.
    9. Consular Discretion: INA 214(b) requires the nonimmigrant visa applicant to
    establish "to the satisfaction of the consular officer~ that he is entitled to a nonimmigrant
    status under section 101(a)(15)". This means that every applicant subject
    to 214(b) must provide to the conoff a credible showing that the intended activities
    are consistent with the claimed non-immigrant status. Proper adjudication requires
    the consular officer to assess the credibility of the applicant and his/her evidence
    submitted to support the application. If the applicant meets the particular statutory/
    regulatory requirements of the NIV sought and the consular officer is satisfied
    that the applicant will lawfully engage in the activities consistent with the particular
    NIV status, and there are no inadmissibilities, then the visa may be approved.
    10. 214(b) Not Applicable In All Categories: It is important to note that Congress
    has expressly excluded H-1, L, and V visas from the statutory presumption established
    in 214(b). In adjudicating visa applications in these categories, consular
    officers must carefully review FAM guidance and other statutory provisions, including
    212(a) grounds of inadmissibility.
    11. INA 214(b) should not be confused with or used as a substitute for an independent
    ground of inadmissibility under INA 212(a). The 214(b) basis of refusal
    may be overcome if the applicant demonstrates to the satisfaction of the consular
    officer that the applicant lawfully meets and will abide by all the requirements of
    the particular nonimmigrant visa classification. Inadmissibility attaches when
    evidence arises that the alien may fall within the purview of INA 212(a). As noted
    above, such inadmissibility may apply regardless of whether the applicant is seeking
    a nonimmigrant or an immigrant visa.
    12. The question arises whether INA 214(b) constitutes an anti-terrorism tool. As
    explained above, this section merely separates bona fide nonimmigrants from
    presumed immigrant applicants. While doing so, it should not be used as or
    equated with 212(a) grounds of inadmissibility, one of which directly relates to
    terrorism. Of course, it is accurate to note that during the NIV adjudication
    process, consular officers identify applicants who do not qualify for nonimmigrant
    status. In reviewing all the evidence, documentary and oral, the consular officer
    exercises sound judgment in assessing the applicant's credibility. Indications of
    possible deception arising from the applicant's demeanor and/or inconsistencies in
    the applicant's story may cause the consular officer not to be satisfied that the
    applicant will comply lawfully with all the requirements of the NIV category in
    question. The consular officer must focus on each of the requirements of the NIV
    category and be satisfied that the alien will comply lawfully with each requirement.
    Those applicants who do not satisfy the consular officer that they will meet these
    legal requirements are refused under INA 214(b). Persons so refused by a consular
    officer may unknown to the officer also in some cases be inadmissible under
    212(a). But if this process raises any suspicion to the consular officer that the
    applicant might in any way be involved in suspected terrorist behavior or activity,
    the consular officer should hold the case in abeyance under Section 221(g) and
    submit a security advisory opinion (SAO) request providing all the facts in the case,
    even if it could readily be denied under 214(b). The consular officer should also
    share the information with the appropriate offices of interest at post and solicit
    their input should they have additional information or background material inadvertently
    not previously made available to the Consular Section. An SAO request
    serves to centralize information about potential terrorist activity and facilitate
    scrutiny of a potential suspect. Once the application has been referred for an SAO,
    no visa may be issued until the Department responds to the SAO request.
    13. Consistency: Most consular officers spend more time applying section 214(b)
    than on any other section of law. Careful interpretation and precise understanding
    of the law makes our work better. FSI's consular training division has begun
    handing out to all ConGen students laminated reference cards containing the texts
    of sections 101(a)(15)(b), 214(b), and 291. Posts should keep those sections of
    law and the FAM notes handy, and consult them frequently. Posts should also
    review local forms and information sheets to ensure that they reflect and articulate
    applicable law consistently.
    14. As noted earlier, the Department is reviewing and updating relevant sections
    of 9 FAM. The Department will transmit further guidance when this review is
    completed.
    15. Minimize considered.
    POWELL

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    Re: Арест за продажу алкоголя

    предложение на пост#18. Давайте купим раевскому книгу, пусть он в поезде(и не только) будет занят

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    Цитата Сообщение от olexandr Посмотреть сообщение
    предложение на пост#18. Давайте купим раевскому книгу, пусть он в поезде(и не только) будет занят
    Esi vy pro 13-oe izdanie Kurzbana AILA Agora - Kurzban's Immigration Law Sourcebook, 13th Ed. to ia hochu vas predupredit' chto novye izdania vyhodiat kajdye 2 goda i poetomu cherez korotkii srok izdanie perestanet byt' poslednim. Uje v etom mesiace blije k koncu fevralia mojno budet sdelat' zakaz na 14-oe izdanie. Tak chto podumaite uj srazu o podpiske.

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    Re: Арест за продажу алкоголя

    Odnako, menia vpolne ustraivaet moe 7-oe izdanie 2000 goda, kotoroe ia kupli 2 goda nazad vsego za $25. Po ogromnomu kolichestvu voprosov ono nivhem ne otlichaetsia ot poslednego. Naprimer, vchera 90-letnii otec moego odnoklassnika poluchil svoi pervyi amerikanskii pasport, priamo v Moskve, gde rodilsia i provel vsiu svoiu jizn'. V knige 2000 goda etot vopros pokryt ne huje chem v knige 2014-ogo.

    Tak chto smotrite sami, stoit li ovchinka vydelki. No vse ravno ogromnoe spasibo za predlojenie o podpiske na poslednee izdanie, ia otkazyvat'sia ne stanu.

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    vchera 90-letnii otec moego odnoklassnika poluchil svoi pervyi amerikanskii pasport, priamo v Moskve, gde rodilsia i provel vsiu svoiu jizn'.
    Раевский, простите за оффтоп, просто стало интересно: отец вашего одноклассника мечтал умереть гражданином США?
    ( долгих ему лет, конечно).

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    Цитата Сообщение от Марьвасильна Посмотреть сообщение
    Раевский, простите за оффтоп, просто стало интересно: отец вашего одноклассника мечтал умереть гражданином США?
    ( долгих ему лет, конечно).
    Совсем нет. Он хотел жить в США, но его жена (мать однлклассника) не хотела жить в США

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    Re: Арест за продажу алкоголя

    Не могу не поинтересоваться: ну теперь то он осуществил мечту?

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    Re: Арест за продажу алкоголя

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    Цитата Сообщение от Марьвасильна Посмотреть сообщение
    Не могу не поинтересоваться: ну теперь то он осуществил мечту?
    Da on tol'ko vchera pasport poluchil, do etogo u nego ne bylo nikakih dokazatel'stv grajdanstva, da on i sam ne znal tolkom chto grajdanin. Escio ne menee 1.5 mesiacev uidet na poluchenie vizy ego jenoi (mamoi odnoklassnika) - snachala nado podat' I-130, a potom uj zaiavlenie na vizu. Ona stala staren'koi i soglasilas' na immigraciu. Moi onoklassnik ee davno ugovarival, no vse nikak ne srabatyvalo.

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