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Almost 80 countries and nationalities are now parties to either bilateral transfer treaties or multilateral prisoner transfer conventions with the United States (See 7 FAM Exhibit 481 for a list of participating countries.) Prisoner transfers under the various treaties are available to U. citizens incarcerated abroad as well as to foreign nationals incarcerated in the United States. Although most inmates who are transferred out of the United States under these treaties are federal prisoners, some U. 7 FAM 481.2 Authorities and Statutory Requirements (CT: CON-491; ) a. Acceding governments must deposit an instrument of accession with the General Secretariat of the Organization of American States.
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Consult with CA/OCS/ACS and DOJ as early as possible if a case appears to merit transfer. 7 FAM 481.3-3 The Organization of American States (OAS) Multilateral Convention (CT: CON-491; ) The Inter-American Convention on Serving Criminal Sentences Abroad (OAS Convention) entered into force for the United States on June 24, 2001.
If a country is interested in joining the COE Convention, post should contact CA/OCS/L ([email protected]) for guidance. The following are the major provisions of the COE Convention as it affects U. prisoners abroad: (1) Tripartite Agreement: The sentencing country, the receiving country, and the prisoner must all agree to the transfer; (2) Finality of Judgment: the prisoner must be serving his/her final sentence, with no appeals pending or other litigation challenging the validity of the conviction or sentence; (3) Dual Criminality: The offense for which the prisoner was sentenced must be an offense in both the transferring and receiving countries at the time of transfer; (4) Nationality/Citizenship: The prisoner requesting transfer must be a citizen or national of the country to which he/she is seeking transfer, and must establish his/her citizenship or nationality by appropriate documentation; (5) Duration of Sentence: In the absence of exceptional circumstances, prisoners with fewer than six months left to serve on their sentences at the time of application are generally not eligible for transfer; : Article 3 Subparagraph 2 of the Convention does permit Parties, under exceptional circumstances, to agree to a transfer even if the time to be served is fewer than six months.