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(a) INGENERAL.—The Secretary of State shall en-

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sure that each United States diplomatic mission has a per-

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son who is responsible for receiving information from any

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exchange visitor who has been subject to violations of this

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subtitle.

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(b) PROVISIONOFINFORMATION.—The responsible

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person referred to in subsection (a) shall ensure that the

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information received is provided to the Department of

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State. The Department of State may share that informa-

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tion as necessary with the Department of Justice, the De-

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partment of Labor, and any other relevant Federal agen-

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cy.

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(c) MECHANISMS.—The Attorney General and the

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Secretary of State shall ensure that there is a mechanism

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for any actions that need to be taken in response to infor-

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mation received under subsection (a).

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(d) ASSISTANCEFROMFOREIGNGOVERNMENT.—

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The person designated for receiving information pursuant

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to subsection (a) is strongly encouraged to coordinate with

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governments and civil society organizations in the coun-

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tries of origin to ensure the exchange visitor receives addi-

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tional support.

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(e) MAINTENANCEANDAVAILABILITYOFINFORMA-

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TION.—The Secretary of State shall ensure that con-

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sulates coordinate with the Department of State to have

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access to information regarding the identities of sponsors

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and the foreign entities with whom sponsors contract for

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exchange visitor program recruitment activities. The Sec-

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retary of State shall ensure information on the identity

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of sponsors is publicly available in written form on the

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Department of State website, and information on the iden-

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tity of foreign entities in each individual country is pub-

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licly available on the websites of United States embassies

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in each of those countries.

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