22 CFR 94.2 - Designation of Central Authority.

§ 94.2 Designation of Central Authority.

The Office of Children's Issues in the Bureau of Consular Affairs is designated as the U.S. Central Authority to discharge the duties which are imposed by the Convention and the International Child Abduction Remedies Act upon such authorities.

[ 60 FR 25843, May 15, 1995]

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