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U.S. DEPARTMENT of LABOR 
Immigration Service 

Refer to File No. 99232/594 

Office of 
Commissioner of Immigration 
Ellis Island, New York Harbor
New York 

May 3, 1933 

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Sir: 

Referring to application for extension of temporary admission to this country, such application must, in accordance with instructions of the Secretary of Labor, Washington, D.C., be made under oath by the alien concerned and contain information as to the port, date and ship (if any) of arrival in the United States, and the grounds upon which the application is based. 

After the application has been properly executed in [[underline]]duplicate[[/underline]], and attested before a Notary Public, both copies muct be forwarded to the immigration official in charge at the last port of entry for action. 

Please do not mail passports unless especially requested to do so. Passport must be valid for at least sixty days beyond the time requested. 

^[[Edward Corsi]] 
EDWARD CORSI 
COMMISSIONER OF IMMIGRATION 
New York District 

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