18 U.S.C. § 3272 - U.S. Code - Unannotated Title 18. Crimes and Criminal Procedure § 3272. Definitions

As used in this chapter:

(1)  The term “employed by the Federal Government outside the United States” means--

(A)  employed as a civilian employee of the Federal Government, as a Federal contractor (including a subcontractor at any tier), or as an employee of a Federal contractor (including a subcontractor at any tier);

(B)  present or residing outside the United States in connection with such employment;  and

(C)  not a national of or ordinarily resident in the host nation.

(2)  The term “accompanying the Federal Government outside the United States” means--

(A)  a dependant of--

(i)  a civilian employee of the Federal Government;  or

(ii)  a Federal contractor (including a subcontractor at any tier) or an employee of a Federal contractor (including a subcontractor at any tier);

(B)  residing with such civilian employee, contractor, or contractor employee outside the United States;  and

(C)  not a national of or ordinarily resident in the host nation.


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