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PRIVATE LAW 281—SEPT. 28, 1951

Private Law 281

39 Stat. 889,890.

CHAPTER 4 3 6 AN ACT

September 28, 1951 [S. 426]

Teruko Okuaki.

[65 STAT.

For the relief of Teruko Okuaki.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the provisions of the immigration laws relating to the exclusion of aliens inadmissible because of race shall not hereafter apply to Teruko Okuaki, the Japanese fiancee of Martin Bronfenbrenner, a citizen of the United States and an honorably discharged veteran of World W a r II, and that the said Teruko Okuaki shall be eligible for a visa as a nonimmigrant temporary visitor for a period of three months: Provided, That the administrative authorities find that the said Teruko Okuaki is coming to the United States with a bona fide intention of being married to Martin Bronfenbrenner, and that she is found otherwise admissible under the immigration laws. I n the event the marriage between the above-named parties does not occur within three months after the entry of the said Teruko Okuaki, she shall be required to depart from the United States and upon failure to do so shall be deported in accordance with the provisions of sections 19 and 20 of the Immigration Act of 1917, as amended (8 U.S.C. 155, 156). I n the event that the marriage between the above-named parties shall occur within three months after the entry of the said Teruko Okuaki, the Attorney General is authorized and directed to record the lawful admission for permanent residence of the said Teruko Okuaki as of the date of the payment by her of the required head tax and visa fee. Approved September 28, 1951.

Private Law 282

CHAPTER

437

AN ACT September 28, 1951 [S. 1028]

43 Stat. 155. 8 U.S.C. §204 (b).

For the relief of Mrs. Lou Wong Shong Ngon.

Be it enacted ly the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled. That, in the administration of the immigration and naturalization laws, Mrs. Lou Wong Shong Ngon, a former resident of the United States and the mother of five United States citizen children, shall be eligible for a nonquota immigration visa under section 4(b) of the Immigration Act of 1924, as amended, provided she is otherwise admissible under the immigration laws. Approved September 28, 1951.

Private Law 283 September 28, 1951 [S. 1107]

I. N. Norman.

CHAPTER

438

AN ACT For the relief of I. N. Norman.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized and directed to pay, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to I. N. Norman of Starke, Florida, the sum of $5,140.40, in full satisfaction of his claim against the United States for compensation for personal injuries and property damages resulting from a collision between a United States Army truck and a truck owned by I. N. Norman and in which said