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AILA Doc. No. 16090602 | Dated September 2, 2016 | File Size: 217 KDownload the Document
DOS final rule updating the passport rules at 22 CFR Part 51 as result of the passage of the International Megan's Law (IML) and the FAST Act. The final rule incorporates statutory passport denial and revocation requirements for certain covered sex offenders under the IML, those persons with a seriously delinquent tax debt as defined by the FAST Act, and/or those persons who submit a passport application without a correct and valid Social Security number. (81 FR 60608, 9/2/16)
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
22 CFR Part 51
[Public Notice: 9678]
AGENCY: State Department.
ACTION: Final rule.
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