United States ex rel. Polymeris v. Trudell,
284 U.S. 279 (1932)

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United States ex rel. Polymeris v. Trudell, 284 U.S. 279 (1932)

United States ex rel. Polymeris v. Trudell

No. 162

Argued December 9, 1931

Decided January 4, 1932

284 U.S. 279


1. Under the Immigration Act of May 26, 1924, § 13(a), (b), and the executive regulations pursuant thereto, an alien who was lawfully domiciled in this country but who went abroad for a temporary visit cannot reenter unless he has either an immigration visa or a return permit. P. 284 U. S. 280.

2. In habeas corpus to determine the right of an alien to enter the country, the burden of proof is upon the alien. P. 284 U. S. 281.

49 F.2d 730 affirmed.

Certiorari, post, p. 601, to review a judgment reversing an order of the District Court discharging two aliens from the custody of immigration officers by a writ of habeas corpus.

Page 284 U. S. 280

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