Updated List of the Ports-of-Entry Designated for Departure of Nonimmigrant Aliens Who Are Subject to Special Registration, 45061-45063 [06-6774]

Download as PDF Federal Register / Vol. 71, No. 152 / Tuesday, August 8, 2006 / Notices PSO–3), U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters, 2100 Second Street S.W., Washington, DC 20593–0001 or e-mail: CTAC@comdt.uscg.mil. This notice is available on the Internet at http:// dms.dot.gov. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Commander Richard Raksnis, Executive Director of CTAC, or Ms. Sara Ju, Assistant to the Executive Director, telephone (202) 372–1425, fax (202) 372–1926. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Notice of these meetings is given under the Federal Advisory Committee Act, 5 U.S.C. App. 2. Agenda of Working Group on MARPOL Annex II Meeting on Tuesday, August 22, 2006 (1) Introduce Working Group members and attendees. (2) Finalize guidance document for the U.S. implementation of revisions to MARPOL Annex II and the International Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Dangerous Chemicals in Bulk (IBC Code). Agenda of HCTS Subcommittee Meeting on Tuesday, August 22, 2006 (1) Introduce Subcommittee members and attendees. (2) Finalize document on recommendations to change definition of certain dangerous cargo (CDC) residues. (3) Continue Notice of Arrival regulation discussions. Agenda of Working Group on VCS Meeting on Wednesday, August 23, 2006 (1) Introduce Working Group members and attendees. (2) Develop recommendations for revising the Coast Guard VCS regulations on vapor balancing operations during cargo unloading. jlentini on PROD1PC65 with NOTICES Agenda of Working Group on Barge Hazard Communication Meeting on Wednesday, August 23, 2006 (1) Introduce Working Group members and attendees. (2) Continue discussion on assisting first responders to identify cargoes on inland barges. (3) Develop guidance document to implement emergency phone numbers on inland barges. Agenda of CTAC Meeting on Thursday, August 24, 2006 (1) Introduce Committee members and attendees. (2) Status report presentation from the CTAC HCTS Subcommittee to include discussion and vote on VerDate Aug<31>2005 20:06 Aug 07, 2006 Jkt 208001 recommendations to the Coast Guard to change the definition of certain dangerous cargo (CDC) residues. (3) Status report presentation from the CTAC Outreach Subcommittee. (4) Status report presentation from the CTAC MARPOL Annex II Working Group to include discussion and vote on guidance document to be submitted to the Coast Guard on proposed implementation of revisions to MARPOL Annex II and the IBC Code in the U.S. (5) Status report presentation from the CTAC Barge Emission and Barge Hazard Communication Working Group. (6) Status report presentation from the VCS Working Group to include discussion and vote on recommendations to the Coast Guard for revising the Coast Guard VCS regulations on vapor balancing operations while unloading cargo. (7) Update on Coast Guard regulatory projects. Procedural These meetings are open to the public. Please note that the meetings may close early if all business is finished. At the discretion of the Chair, members of the public may make oral presentations during the meetings generally limited to 5 minutes. If you would like to make an oral presentation at a meeting, please notify the Executive Director and submit written material on or before August 18, 2006. If you would like a copy of your material distributed to each member of the Committee in advance of a meeting, please submit 25 copies to the Executive Director (see ADDRESSES) no later than August 18, 2006. Information on Services for Individuals With Disabilities For information on facilities or services for individuals with disabilities, or to request special assistance at the meeting, telephone the Executive Director as soon as possible. Dated: August 2, 2006. J.G. Lantz, Director of National and International Standards, Assistant Commandant for Prevention. [FR Doc. E6–12791 Filed 8–7–06; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4910–15–P PO 00000 Frm 00068 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 45061 DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY Bureau of Customs and Border Protection Updated List of the Ports-of-Entry Designated for Departure of Nonimmigrant Aliens Who Are Subject to Special Registration Bureau of Customs and Border Protection, Department of Homeland Security. ACTION: Notice. AGENCY: SUMMARY: This notice provides the public with an updated list of ports through which nonimmigrant aliens who have been specially registered may depart from the United States. Special registration is required of nonimmigrant aliens whose presence in the United States requires closer monitoring. EFFECTIVE DATE: This Notice is effective August 18, 2006. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Sophie Galvan, Program Manager, Traveler Security and Facilitation Division, Office of Field Operations, Bureau of Customs and Border Protection, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW., Room 5.4.D, Washington DC 20229. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Nonimmigrant Aliens Subject To Special Registration Requirements On August 12, 2002, the Attorney General published a final rule in the Federal Register at 67 FR 52584 to revise the special registration requirements for nonimmigrant aliens whose presence in the United States requires closer monitoring. The final rule requires that when a nonimmigrant alien subject to special registration departs from the United States, that immigrant must report to an Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) inspecting officer at any port-ofentry (POE), unless INS has, by publication in the Federal Register, specified that POE as a port from which nonimmigrant aliens subject to special registration may not depart. This rule became effective on October 1, 2002. On September 30, 2002, the INS published a notice in the Federal Register at 67 FR 61352 listing POEs through which nonimmigrant aliens who have been specially registered may depart from the United States. The notice set forth an affirmative list of POEs that could be used by specially registered nonimmigrant aliens rather than specifying ports that could not be used. E:\FR\FM\08AUN1.SGM 08AUN1 45062 Federal Register / Vol. 71, No. 152 / Tuesday, August 8, 2006 / Notices On February 19, 2003, the INS published a notice in the Federal Register at 68 FR 8047 expanding the list of POEs through which nonimmigrant aliens who have been specially registered may depart from the United States. On February 26, 2003, that notice was corrected by a publication in the Federal Register at 68 FR 8967. As a result of the creation of the Department of Homeland Security, the Bureau of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) now has jurisdiction over the inspections functions of the former INS. This notice lists all of the POEs that may be used for departure by special registrants. It expands the previously published list by adding seventeen (17) newly designated POEs; this notice also, however, removes one (1) POE from the previous list. Removal of Port-of-Entry Designated for Final Registration and Departure by Nonimmigrant Aliens Subject to Special Registration Effective August 18, 2006, the following POE will no longer be authorized to provide final registration and departure by nonimmigrant aliens subject to special registration: Bell Street Pier 66 (Seattle) Cruise Ship Terminal, Washington. Additional Ports-Of-Entry Designated For Final Registration And Departure By Nonimmigrant Aliens Subject To Special Registration jlentini on PROD1PC65 with NOTICES Effective August 18, 2006, the POEs listed below will also be designated as POEs that are authorized to provide final registration and departure by nonimmigrant aliens subject to special registration: Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, Ohio; Cyril E. King Airport, United States Virgin Islands; Dunseith POE, North Dakota; Frontier POE, Washington; Jacksonville Seaport, Florida; Lukeville, Arizona; Mayaguez Seaport, Puerto Rico; Melbourne International Airport, Florida; Memphis International Airport; New Orleans International Airport and Seaport; Ponce Seaport, Puerto Rico; Rochester International Airport, Minnesota; Rochester-Ferry Terminal, New York; Savannah International Airport, Georgia; Southwest Florida International Airport, Florida; St. Petersburg/Clearwater International Airport, Florida; and Sumas POE, Washington. VerDate Aug<31>2005 20:06 Aug 07, 2006 Jkt 208001 Ports-of-Entry Which Are Not Authorized for the Departure of Nonimmigrant Aliens Subject to Special Registration Nonimmigrant aliens who are subject to special registration may not depart the United States from any POE, or from any other point-of-embarkation, other than those listed below. Ports-of-Entry Designated for Final Registration and Departure by Nonimmigrant Aliens Subject to Special Registration: Updated List The below list of POEs includes the 17 POEs added by this notice, which will not be authorized to provide final registration and departure until August 18, 2006. Bell Street Pier 66 (Seattle) Cruise Ship Terminal, Washington (not listed below) is authorized to provide final registration and departure only until August 18, 2006. Nonimmigrant aliens subject to special registration may be examined by CBP and may depart from the following POEs: Amistad Dam POE, Texas; Alcan POE, Alaska; Anchorage International Airport, Alaska; Atlanta Hartsfield International Airport, Georgia; Baltimore Washington International Airport, Maryland; Boeing Field, Seattle, Washington; Bridge of the Americas POE, Texas; Brownsville/Matamoros POE, Texas; Buffalo Peace Bridge POE, New York; Cape Vincent POE, New York; Calexico POE, California; Calais POE, Maine; Cape Canaveral Seaport, Florida; Chicago Midway Airport, Illinois; Chicago O’Hare International Airport, Illinois; Champlain POE, New York; Charlotte International Airport, North Carolina; Chateaugay POE, New York; Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, Ohio; Cleveland International Airport, Ohio; Columbus POE, New Mexico; Cyril E. King Airport, United States Virgin Islands; Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Texas; Del Rio International Bridge POE, Texas; Denver International Airport, Colorado; Derby Line POE, Vermont; Detroit International (Ambassador) Bridge POE, Michigan; Detroit Canada Tunnel, Michigan; Detroit Metro Airport, Michigan; Douglas POE, Arizona; Dunseith POE, North Dakota; Eagle Pass POE, Texas; Eastport POE, Idaho; Fort Covington POE, New York; Fort Duncan Bridge POE, Texas; Frontier POE, Washington; Galveston POE, Texas; PO 00000 Frm 00069 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 Grand Portage POE, Minnesota; Guam International Airport; Heart Island POE, New York; Hidalgo POE, Texas; Highgate Springs POE, Vermont; Honolulu International Airport, Hawaii; Honolulu Seaport, Hawaii; Houlton POE, Maine; Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport, Texas; Houston Seaport, Texas; International Falls POE, Minnesota; Jacksonville Seaport, Florida; John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York; Ketchikan Seaport, Alaska; Kona International Airport and Seaport, Hawaii; Gateway to the Americas Bridge POE, Laredo, Texas; Las Vegas (McCarran) International Airport, Nevada; Lewiston Bridge POE, New York; Logan International Airport, Massachusetts; Long Beach Seaport, California; Los Angeles International Airport, California; Lukeville, Arizona; Madawaska POE, Maine; Mayaguez Seaport, Puerto Rico; Melbourne International Airport, Florida; Memphis International Airport; Miami International Airport, Florida; Miami Marine Unit, Florida; Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport, Minnesota; Mooers POE, New York; New Orleans International Airport and Seaport; Niagara Falls, Rainbow Bridge, New York; Newark International Airport, New Jersey; Nogales POE, Arizona; Ogdensburg POE, New York; Orlando, Florida; Oroville POE, Washington; Otay Mesa POE, California; Pacific Highway POE, Washington; Pembina POE, North Dakota; Philadelphia International Airport, Pennsylvania; Phoenix (Sky Harbor) International Airport, Arizona; Piegan POE, Montana; Pittsburgh International Airport, Pennsylvania; Point Roberts POE, Washington; Ponce Seaport, Puerto Rico; Port Everglades Seaport, Florida; Port Arthur POE, Texas; Port Huron POE, Michigan; Portal POE, North Dakota; Portland International Airport, Oregon; Progreso Bridge POE, Texas; Raymond POE, Montana; Rochester International Airport, Minnesota; Rochester-Ferry Terminal, New York; Roosville POE, Montana; Rouses Point POE, New York; San Antonio International Airport, Texas; San Diego (Lindbergh Field) International Airport, California; San Diego Seaport, California; San Francisco International Airport, California; San Juan International Airport and Seaport, Puerto Rico; Sanford International Airport, Florida; E:\FR\FM\08AUN1.SGM 08AUN1 Federal Register / Vol. 71, No. 152 / Tuesday, August 8, 2006 / Notices Sault Ste. Marie POE, Michigan; Savannah International Airport, Georgia; Seaway International Bridge/Massena POE, New York; Seattle Tacoma International Airport, Washington; Southwest Florida International Airport, Florida; St. Petersburg/Clearwater International Airport, Florida; St. Louis International Airport (Lambert Field), Missouri; St. Thomas Seaport, U.S. Virgin Islands; Sumas POE, Washington; Sweetgrass POE, Montana; Tampa International Airport and Seaport, Florida; Thousand Islands POE, New York; Trout River POE, New York; Washington Dulles International Airport, Virginia; and Ysleta POE, Texas. Notice of Where To Report for Final Registration and Departure The regulations governing the manner in which aliens are registered in the United States are contained in 8 CFR 264.1. Upon registration, whether registered at a POE upon admission to the United States or subsequent to admission, each nonimmigrant alien subject to special registration will be issued an information packet that will list each POE authorized for departure and other instructions on how to comply with 8 CFR 264.1. This packet will also contain specific information regarding hours of operation, directions and contact numbers. Due to the limited availability of current resources, specifically departure staff and facilities, CBP must limit the POEs authorized for departure registration to effectively capture departure data. As more POEs become available to examine special registrants upon departure, CBP will designate additional POEs by notice in the Federal Register and make the list available on the following Web site: http://www.ice.gov/graphics/ specialregistration/ WalkawayMaterial.pdf. Dated: August 3, 2006. Deborah J. Spero, Acting Commissioner, Customs and Border Protection. [FR Doc. 06–6774 Filed 8–3–06; 4:17 pm] jlentini on PROD1PC65 with NOTICES BILLING CODE 9111–14–P VerDate Aug<31>2005 20:06 Aug 07, 2006 Jkt 208001 DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT [Docket No. FR–5030–C–31A] Notice of HUD’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2006 Notice of Funding Availability, Policy Requirements and General Section to SuperNOFA for HUD’s Discretionary Grant Programs; Additional Information Regarding Applicant Registration Office of the Secretary, HUD. Super Notice of Funding Availability (SuperNOFA) for HUD Discretionary Grant Programs; Additional Information Regarding Applicant Registration. AGENCY: ACTION: SUMMARY: On January 20, 2006, HUD published its Fiscal Year (FY) 2006, Notice of Funding Availability Policy Requirements and General Section (General Section) to the SuperNOFA for HUD’s Discretionary Programs. On March 8, 2006, HUD published its Fiscal Year (FY) 2006, SuperNOFA, for HUD’s Discretionary Grant Programs. This notice announces a change made to how the Central Contractor Registry (CCR) will capture and use applicant identification data and extends the due date for the Resident Opportunity and Self-Sufficiency (ROSS) FamilyHomeownership NOFA. The change contained in this notice does not affect the application packages on Grants.gov. DATES: The application submission dates for the Resident Opportunity and Self-Sufficiency (ROSS) FamilyHomeownership has been extended from August 8, 2006 to September 8, 2006. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Questions regarding the General Section of January 20, 2006, should be directed to the NOFA Information Center between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time at (800) HUD–8929. Hearing-impaired persons may call 800– HUD–2209. For the programs listed in this notice, please contact the office or individual listed under Section VII of the individual program sections of the SuperNOFA, published on March 8, 2006. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: On January 20, 2006 (71 FR 3382), HUD published its FY2006 General Section to the SuperNOFA for HUD’s Discretionary Programs. Early publication of the General Section was intended to provide prospective applicants with additional time to become familiar with and address those provisions in the General Section that constitute part of almost every application. On March 8, 2006 (71 FR 11712), HUD published its PO 00000 Frm 00070 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 45063 Notice of HUD’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2006, SuperNOFA for HUD’s Discretionary Grant Programs. The FY2006 SuperNOFA announced the availability of approximately $2.2 billion in HUD assistance. This notice published in today’s Federal Register announces one change that may affect applicants that have not completed their CCR registration. As this change was recently implemented by CCR, HUD is extending the deadline date for the Resident Opportunity and Self-Sufficiency (ROSS) Family-Homeownership NOFA. The due date for this program has been extended 30 days the ROSS FamilyHomeownership applications are due on September 8, 2006. HUD is extending the due date because of a governmentwide policy change that is being implemented by CCR. Effective August 1, 2006, instead of obtaining name and address information directly from the registrant, CCR will obtain the following data fields from Dun and Bradstreet (D&B): Legal Business Name; Doing Business Name (DBA); Physical Address; Postal Code/ZIP+4. Once implemented, CCR registrants will not be able to enter or modify these fields in CCR because they will be pre-populated using D&B Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) record data. During a new registration or when updating a record, the registrant will have a choice to accept or reject the information provided from D&B. Under this revised system, if the CCR registrant agrees with the D&B supplied information, the D&B data will be accepted into the CCR registrant record. If the CCR registrant disagrees with the D&B supplied information, the registrant will need to go to the D&B Web site http://fedgov.dnb.com/ webform to modify the information contained in the D&B record before proceeding with its CCR registration. When D&B confirms the modification has been made, the registrant must then revisit the Web site, www.ccr.gov and ‘‘accept’’ D&B’s changes. Once accepted, the D&B data will be entered into the CCR record. CCR advises that it may take up to two business days for D&B to send the modified data to CCR and that timeframe may be longer in some cases. Registrants may contact D&B Government Helpdesk at: govt@dnb.com. For additional information about the CCR policy change, see the ‘‘frequently asked questions at http://www.ccr.gov/ newsdetail.asp?id=55&type=N or the CCR Assistance Center Web site at http://www.dlis.dla.mil/cust.asp. Applicants with a current registration are not affected. The CCR policy change affects only those applicants that have E:\FR\FM\08AUN1.SGM 08AUN1

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DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

Bureau of Customs and Border Protection


Updated List of the Ports-of-Entry Designated for Departure of 
Nonimmigrant Aliens Who Are Subject to Special Registration

AGENCY: Bureau of Customs and Border Protection, Department of Homeland 
Security.

ACTION: Notice.

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SUMMARY: This notice provides the public with an updated list of ports 
through which nonimmigrant aliens who have been specially registered 
may depart from the United States. Special registration is required of 
nonimmigrant aliens whose presence in the United States requires closer 
monitoring.

EFFECTIVE DATE: This Notice is effective August 18, 2006.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Sophie Galvan, Program Manager, 
Traveler Security and Facilitation Division, Office of Field 
Operations, Bureau of Customs and Border Protection, 1300 Pennsylvania 
Avenue, NW., Room 5.4.D, Washington DC 20229.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

Nonimmigrant Aliens Subject To Special Registration Requirements

    On August 12, 2002, the Attorney General published a final rule in 
the Federal Register at 67 FR 52584 to revise the special registration 
requirements for nonimmigrant aliens whose presence in the United 
States requires closer monitoring. The final rule requires that when a 
nonimmigrant alien subject to special registration departs from the 
United States, that immigrant must report to an Immigration and 
Naturalization Service (INS) inspecting officer at any port-of-entry 
(POE), unless INS has, by publication in the Federal Register, 
specified that POE as a port from which nonimmigrant aliens subject to 
special registration may not depart. This rule became effective on 
October 1, 2002.
    On September 30, 2002, the INS published a notice in the Federal 
Register at 67 FR 61352 listing POEs through which nonimmigrant aliens 
who have been specially registered may depart from the United States. 
The notice set forth an affirmative list of POEs that could be used by 
specially registered nonimmigrant aliens rather than specifying ports 
that could not be used.

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    On February 19, 2003, the INS published a notice in the Federal 
Register at 68 FR 8047 expanding the list of POEs through which 
nonimmigrant aliens who have been specially registered may depart from 
the United States. On February 26, 2003, that notice was corrected by a 
publication in the Federal Register at 68 FR 8967.
    As a result of the creation of the Department of Homeland Security, 
the Bureau of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) now has jurisdiction 
over the inspections functions of the former INS.
    This notice lists all of the POEs that may be used for departure by 
special registrants. It expands the previously published list by adding 
seventeen (17) newly designated POEs; this notice also, however, 
removes one (1) POE from the previous list.

Removal of Port-of-Entry Designated for Final Registration and 
Departure by Nonimmigrant Aliens Subject to Special Registration

    Effective August 18, 2006, the following POE will no longer be 
authorized to provide final registration and departure by nonimmigrant 
aliens subject to special registration: Bell Street Pier 66 (Seattle) 
Cruise Ship Terminal, Washington.

Additional Ports-Of-Entry Designated For Final Registration And 
Departure By Nonimmigrant Aliens Subject To Special Registration

    Effective August 18, 2006, the POEs listed below will also be 
designated as POEs that are authorized to provide final registration 
and departure by nonimmigrant aliens subject to special registration:

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, Ohio;
Cyril E. King Airport, United States Virgin Islands;
Dunseith POE, North Dakota;
Frontier POE, Washington;
Jacksonville Seaport, Florida;
Lukeville, Arizona;
Mayaguez Seaport, Puerto Rico;
Melbourne International Airport, Florida;
Memphis International Airport;
New Orleans International Airport and Seaport;
Ponce Seaport, Puerto Rico;
Rochester International Airport, Minnesota;
Rochester-Ferry Terminal, New York;
Savannah International Airport, Georgia;
Southwest Florida International Airport, Florida;
St. Petersburg/Clearwater International Airport, Florida; and
Sumas POE, Washington.

Ports-of-Entry Which Are Not Authorized for the Departure of 
Nonimmigrant Aliens Subject to Special Registration

    Nonimmigrant aliens who are subject to special registration may not 
depart the United States from any POE, or from any other point-of-
embarkation, other than those listed below.

Ports-of-Entry Designated for Final Registration and Departure by 
Nonimmigrant Aliens Subject to Special Registration: Updated List

    The below list of POEs includes the 17 POEs added by this notice, 
which will not be authorized to provide final registration and 
departure until August 18, 2006. Bell Street Pier 66 (Seattle) Cruise 
Ship Terminal, Washington (not listed below) is authorized to provide 
final registration and departure only until August 18, 2006.
    Nonimmigrant aliens subject to special registration may be examined 
by CBP and may depart from the following POEs:

Amistad Dam POE, Texas;
Alcan POE, Alaska;
Anchorage International Airport, Alaska;
Atlanta Hartsfield International Airport, Georgia;
Baltimore Washington International Airport, Maryland;
Boeing Field, Seattle, Washington;
Bridge of the Americas POE, Texas;
Brownsville/Matamoros POE, Texas;
Buffalo Peace Bridge POE, New York;
Cape Vincent POE, New York;
Calexico POE, California;
Calais POE, Maine;
Cape Canaveral Seaport, Florida;
Chicago Midway Airport, Illinois;
Chicago O'Hare International Airport, Illinois;
Champlain POE, New York;
Charlotte International Airport, North Carolina;
Chateaugay POE, New York;
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, Ohio;
Cleveland International Airport, Ohio;
Columbus POE, New Mexico;
Cyril E. King Airport, United States Virgin Islands;
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Texas;
Del Rio International Bridge POE, Texas;
Denver International Airport, Colorado;
Derby Line POE, Vermont;
Detroit International (Ambassador) Bridge POE, Michigan;
Detroit Canada Tunnel, Michigan;
Detroit Metro Airport, Michigan;
Douglas POE, Arizona;
Dunseith POE, North Dakota;
Eagle Pass POE, Texas;
Eastport POE, Idaho;
Fort Covington POE, New York;
Fort Duncan Bridge POE, Texas;
Frontier POE, Washington;
Galveston POE, Texas;
Grand Portage POE, Minnesota;
Guam International Airport;
Heart Island POE, New York;
Hidalgo POE, Texas;
Highgate Springs POE, Vermont;
Honolulu International Airport, Hawaii;
Honolulu Seaport, Hawaii;
Houlton POE, Maine;
Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport, Texas;
Houston Seaport, Texas;
International Falls POE, Minnesota;
Jacksonville Seaport, Florida;
John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York;
Ketchikan Seaport, Alaska;
Kona International Airport and Seaport, Hawaii;
Gateway to the Americas Bridge POE, Laredo, Texas;
Las Vegas (McCarran) International Airport, Nevada;
Lewiston Bridge POE, New York;
Logan International Airport, Massachusetts;
Long Beach Seaport, California;
Los Angeles International Airport, California;
Lukeville, Arizona;
Madawaska POE, Maine;
Mayaguez Seaport, Puerto Rico;
Melbourne International Airport, Florida;
Memphis International Airport;
Miami International Airport, Florida;
Miami Marine Unit, Florida;
Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport, Minnesota;
Mooers POE, New York;
New Orleans International Airport and Seaport;
Niagara Falls, Rainbow Bridge, New York;
Newark International Airport, New Jersey;
Nogales POE, Arizona;
Ogdensburg POE, New York;
Orlando, Florida;
Oroville POE, Washington;
Otay Mesa POE, California;
Pacific Highway POE, Washington;
Pembina POE, North Dakota;
Philadelphia International Airport, Pennsylvania;
Phoenix (Sky Harbor) International Airport, Arizona;
Piegan POE, Montana;
Pittsburgh International Airport, Pennsylvania;
Point Roberts POE, Washington;
Ponce Seaport, Puerto Rico;
Port Everglades Seaport, Florida;
Port Arthur POE, Texas;
Port Huron POE, Michigan;
Portal POE, North Dakota;
Portland International Airport, Oregon;
Progreso Bridge POE, Texas;
Raymond POE, Montana;
Rochester International Airport, Minnesota;
Rochester-Ferry Terminal, New York;
Roosville POE, Montana;
Rouses Point POE, New York;
San Antonio International Airport, Texas;
San Diego (Lindbergh Field) International Airport, California;
San Diego Seaport, California;
San Francisco International Airport, California;
San Juan International Airport and Seaport, Puerto Rico;
Sanford International Airport, Florida;

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Sault Ste. Marie POE, Michigan;
Savannah International Airport, Georgia;
Seaway International Bridge/Massena POE, New York;
Seattle Tacoma International Airport, Washington;
Southwest Florida International Airport, Florida;
St. Petersburg/Clearwater International Airport, Florida;
St. Louis International Airport (Lambert Field), Missouri;
St. Thomas Seaport, U.S. Virgin Islands;
Sumas POE, Washington;
Sweetgrass POE, Montana;
Tampa International Airport and Seaport, Florida;
Thousand Islands POE, New York;
Trout River POE, New York;
Washington Dulles International Airport, Virginia; and
Ysleta POE, Texas.

Notice of Where To Report for Final Registration and Departure

    The regulations governing the manner in which aliens are registered 
in the United States are contained in 8 CFR 264.1. Upon registration, 
whether registered at a POE upon admission to the United States or 
subsequent to admission, each nonimmigrant alien subject to special 
registration will be issued an information packet that will list each 
POE authorized for departure and other instructions on how to comply 
with 8 CFR 264.1. This packet will also contain specific information 
regarding hours of operation, directions and contact numbers.
    Due to the limited availability of current resources, specifically 
departure staff and facilities, CBP must limit the POEs authorized for 
departure registration to effectively capture departure data. As more 
POEs become available to examine special registrants upon departure, 
CBP will designate additional POEs by notice in the Federal Register 
and make the list available on the following Web site: http://
www.ice.gov/graphics/specialregistration/WalkawayMaterial.pdf.

    Dated: August 3, 2006.
Deborah J. Spero,
Acting Commissioner, Customs and Border Protection.
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