Cheng Fan Kwok v. INS,
392 U.S. 206 (1968)

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Cheng Fan Kwok v. INS, 392 U.S. 206 (1968)

Cheng Fan Kwok v. Immigration and Naturalization Service

No. 638

Argued May 2, 1968

Decided June 10, 1968

392 U.S. 206


Jurisdiction to review the denial by a district director of immigration of a stay of deportation, requested by a Chinese seaman who had deserted his ship and remained unlawfully in this country, where the pertinent order was not entered in the course of a deportation proceeding conducted under § 242(b) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, is not, under the provisions of § 106(a), vested exclusively in the courts of appeals. Pp. 392 U. S. 208-218.

381 F.2d 542, affirmed.

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