§ 219. The term “employment” shall not include service performed in the employ of any other
State or its political subdivisions, or of the United States Government, or of an
instrumentality of any other State or States or their political subdivisions or of
the United States except that, in the event that the Congress of the United States
shall permit States to require any instrumentalities of the United States to make
payments of contributions under a State Unemployment Compensation Act (and to comply
with State regulations thereunder), then, to the extent permitted by Congress, and
from and after the date as of which such permission becomes effective, all of the
provisions of this Act shall be applicable to such instrumentalities and to services
performed for such instrumentalities in the same manner, to the same extent, and on
the same terms as to all other employers, employing units, individuals, and services;
provided, that if this State shall not be certified for any year by the Secretary
of Labor of the United States of America or other appropriate Federal agency under
Section 3304 of the Federal Internal Revenue Code of 1954, 1 then the payments required of such instrumentalities with respect to such year shall
be refunded by the Director in accordance with the provisions of Section 2201.
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