Alien Amateur Radio Operators: Hearing, Ninety-second Congress, First Session ... June 24, 1971

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Page 3 - Other provisions of this Act and of the Administrative Procedure Act shall not be applicable to any request or application for or modification, suspension, or cancellation of any such authorization.
Page 3 - Act and paragraph (1) of this subsection, the Commission may issue authorizations, under such conditions and terms as it may prescribe, to permit an alien licensed by his government as an amateur radio operator to operate his amateur radio station licensed by his government in the United States, its possessions, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico provided there is in effect a...
Page 4 - HR 7343, a bill to amend the Communications Act of 1934 to provide that certain aliens admitted to the United States for permanent residence shall be eligible to operate amateur radio stations in the United ^States and to hold licenses for their stations.
Page 6 - This whole procedure could then be reviewed in detail when the Congress considers our more general proposal. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. That concludes my testimony and I will be pleased to answer any questions.
Page 3 - Washington, August 4, 1961. Hon. Wilbur D. Mills, Chairman, Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives, Washington, DC Dear Mr. Chairman: Receipt is acknowledged of your letter of July 28, in which you state that your committee has received a report from the Treasury Department on the taxation of mutual savings banks and savings and loan associations.
Page 3 - Amateur radio operators share frequencies with other licensees or authorized operators ; thus, there is little, if any, secrecy in amateur radio transmissions. It seems doubtful that anyone would attempt to use these shared frequencies to breach the national security or that anyone intent upon such a use would be inhibited by the lack of a license or authorization. Furthermore...

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