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Title 31: Money and Finance: Treasury
§515.522 U.S. assets of certain Cuban decedents.
(a) Specific licenses may be issued unblocking the net pro rata shares of certain heirs of designated nationals in U.S.-located estate assets, after deducting the total debt due creditors for claims that accrued prior to the effective date, in cases where all of the following conditions are met:
(1) The applicant is a permanent resident of the United States or the authorized trade territory and is not a specially designated national; and
(2) No interest on the part of a designated national not licensed as an unblocked national pursuant to §515.505 exists in that portion of the assets to which the applicant is entitled.
(b) Applications for specific licenses under this section must include all of the following information:
(1) Proof of permanent residence in the United States or the authorized trade territory, to be established by the submission of documentation issued by relevant government authorities that must include at least two of the following documents: (i) passport; (ii) voter registration card; (iii) permanent resident alien card; or (iv) national identity card. Other documents tending to show residency, such as income tax returns, may also be submitted in support of government documentation, but will not suffice in and of themselves;
(2) Proof of death of the designated national to be established by a death certificate;
(3) Proof of heirship, to be established by a copy of the decedent's duly executed will certified by a probate court, a court decree determining the heirs, or, failing the availability of such documents, copies of certificates establishing the relationship of the heir to the deceased, e.g., birth or marriage certificates;
(4) A description of the assets involved, including interest due on blocked funds since April 1, 1979, the name and address of the institution in which the assets are held, the account or safe deposit box number, the name in which the assets are held and a statement of all known encumbrances or claims against them; and
(c) Any document provided pursuant to this section that is not written in the English language must be accompanied by a translation into English, as well as a certification by the translator that he is not an interested party to the proceeding, is qualified to make the translation, and has made an accurate translation of the document in question.
[54 FR 5235, Feb. 2, 1989. Redesignated at 64 FR 25813, May 13, 1999]