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World's Fair: Visas

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1961
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1964
 
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TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION
OF
AMERICA
I 0 0 0 C
0
N N I C
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A V I N U
I,
N.
W,
TILIPMONIIXICUYIYI
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WA.MINGTON,
6,
D.
C.
February 8,
1961
FACILITATION
MEMJRANDUM
00,
l7
TO:
FROM:
SUBJECT:
Travel
Facilitation
Committee
Norman
J.
Philion
Travel Industry Study -
Nonimmigrant
VisasReferencea
FAL
Memo
No,
71-1960
The
study
of
nonimmigrant
visa
issuance problems conducted
by
the TravelAdvisory
Committee
of
the
Department
of
Commerce
has
been completed
and
a
report
recommending
legislative
and
administrative
action
has
been
submitted. A
copy
of
the
report,
as well as a
copy
of a
press
release
issued
by
the
Department
of
Commerce,
is
attached for your information,
The
Secretary
of
Commerce
presented
the
report
to
the
Senate
Interstate
and
Foreign
Commerce
Committee
on
February 3 during hearings held
on
the
subject
of
international
travel,
The
report
has
also
been
distributed
to
appropriate federal government agencies
and
to
other
congressional
com-
munities,
It
is
anticipated
that
efforts
to
implement
at
least
some
ofthe Administrative recommendations
will
be
made
in the
near
future.
While
the
report
consolidates the
viewsand
findings of
the
travel
indus-
try,
a
great
part
ofthe
report
is
based
on
data
and
recommendations developed
by
ATA
member
airlines.
The
work
of the
ATA
Facilitation
Committee
in
this
respect
was
considered
particularly
helpful.
Attachments
 
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UNITED
STATES
DEPARTMENT
OF
n
I
Office
of
the
Secretary.
luther
H.
Hodges,
Secretary
Washington
25,
0.
C.
lo'or
Immediate Release
FobruRt'Y
3,
l9lil
G
61-12
A
report
recommending furtho.r.
action
by
tho United
Statea
Govemmen~
to
make
it
easier
for
foreign
tx·nvalera to
visit.
this
oountey
~aa
been
eulmi~t,ed
to
the
Department of'
Commerce by
n
aubcommi
tteeof
the
Dep11rtment'
a
Travel
Adviaoey
Com
mittee,
Sj:'!tn-et"ry
of
Commerce
Luthor
H.
'Hodges
announced .today.
The
Department
will
study
the
recommendations, Sec1-etary
Hodges
said.
Among
the
recommondationa presented
t.o
the
Comeroe Departaent
b:r
'the subcom
mittee
are tho followings
11
That
the
Immig:ration
and
Nationality
Act
be
amended
to
provide
tor
the
waiver
of
nonimmigrant
visas
on
the bAsis
of
reciprocity
with
reapect
to
nationale of.non-
quota countries
and.
of
countries
whose
quotaa
are
not
oversubecribedJ"That
the
Immigration
Alld
Nationality
Act
be
amended
to
limit
the
deportation·)
and
judicial
review proceQees
nvailable
to
non1mmigrant
benetioiariea
of
a
visa
waiver;
. ·"Thnt
visa
applic·ation
flnd
issuance
practices
pertaining
to
1mmigrante
and
vie
itors
bo
completely divorcod;"That nonimmigrant
vie11
application
forma
and
application
information
material
be
made
availableto
travel
agents and
transportation
companies abroadJ
"That,
except
in
extraordinll.cy eiroumatanoes,
not
more
than
oae
personal
appear,;.ance by nonimmigrant
visa
applicants
be
required."
The
subeommittee
also
recommended
that
no·more
than
one photograph
and
tewer
af-
fidavits
be
required
of
visa applicants,
that
applicants
living
at
a
distance
tram
a Uni
tod
States
consular
post
be
allowed
to
apply
tor
visas
in
writing
inst,ead
ot
in
person,
and
that
action
on
visa applications
be
limited
to
three
working
da,s
at
all
United
States
consular
poets
ovoraeaa,
except
UDder
unueual
oiroumetaDoes.
The
aubeommi
ttee
1
o
recommendations
are
being
studied
by
other
interested
Govern•ment
agencies.
The
Commerce
Department
coordinates
the
cooperative
ettort;
by
Government and
industey
to
encourage
visitor
travel
to
the
United St&te1
1
il
mald.q
oopiea
ot
the
report available
tor
their
consideration.
.
The
f'ive-man subcommittee
waa
ll8ID8d
in
June
1960
to
study
via&
and
other
problema
relating
to
the entey
ot
foreign
tourists
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