Foreign Nationals. If Performer is a Foreign National, as defined by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (“USCIS”), Performer is required to enter the United States in proper immigration status, as defined by USCIS, in order to receive payment under this Agreement. No later than thirty (30) days prior to the Performer’s commencement of the Services, a Foreign National performer shall provide proof to NC State that Performer is in the United States in the appropriate legal status, and this proof will include (but is not limited to) copies of the passport identification page(s), visa stamp, I-94 entry information, and any other relevant approval notices or immigration documents issued by USCIS or any other authorized federal agency. Performer’s failure to provide appropriate proof of appropriate lawful immigration status may result in NC State’s termination of this Agreement. Foreign National performers may be subject to a thirty percent (30%) federal tax withholding requirement on their payment.
Foreign Nationals. Foreign nationals are not permitted to perform work at Corporation Facilities without prior written permission from the Buyer. Written requests for use of foreign nationals must be submitted to the Buyer at least ten (10) weeks prior to their anticipated work date. Failure of the Buyer to approve the use of a foreign national shall not constitute excusable delay nor entitle Contractor to an increase in the Contract Price.
Foreign Nationals. The Contractor shall verify that all Contractor Personel is legally entitled to work in the country or countries where the work is to be carried out. UNAIDS reserves the right to request the Contractor to provide UNAIDS with adequate documentary evidence attesting this for each Contractor Personel. Each party hereby represents that it does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, gender, creed, national origin, citizenship.
Foreign Nationals. The Transitioned Employees identified on Schedule 5.13(e) are foreign nationals working in the United States ("Foreign National Employees"). Each Foreign National Employee shall remain employed by Intergraph until such persons are granted permanent United States residency by the Department of Immigration (the "Transition Date"). During the period from the applicable Closing Date through the applicable Transition Date, each Foreign National Employee shall be employed by Intergraph for the full-time benefit of USI and the Acquired Business, and USI shall reimburse Intergraph for their salaries at the rates set forth opposite their respective names on Schedule 5.13(e), which rates are the current salaries of such persons, and for the direct benefit costs of Intergraph attributable to such persons. During this period, USI may request that the employment of any such person be terminated. In such event, later than five days following the date of such request Intergraph may either (i) continue the employment of such person for Intergraph's benefit, in which event USI shall discontinue payments of salary reimbursement, or (ii) terminate the employment of such person, in which event USI will reimburse Intergraph for any required severance payments to any terminated Foreign National Employee in accordance with Intergraph's severance policy. (f)
Foreign Nationals. RESERVED ----------------- Last Item Arthur D Little ATTACHMENT II - ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS (Flow-down from DOE Cooperative Agreement No. DE-FCO2-99-EE50580) The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) clauses, Department of Energy Regulations (DEAR) clauses set forth on the attached listing are hereby incorporated by reference in this subcontract. All such clauses shall, with respect to rights, duties and obligations of ADL and the Subcontractor hereunder, be interpreted and construed in such manner as to recognize and give effect to the contractual relationship between ADL and the Subcontractor under this subcontract and the rights of the U.S. Government with respect thereto under the Prime Contract from which such clauses are derived. As used therein the terms "the Contractor" and equivalent terms shall mean the Subcontractor and the terms "the Government" and "the Contracting Officer" shall include ADL and Ad's authorized representative hereunder, respectively, except under those clauses relating to the rights to audit or examine the Subcontractor's financial records in which case the terms "the Government" and "the Contracting Officer" shall mean the U.S. Government and the Contracting Officer under the Prime Contract, respectively. The word "contract" and like terms shall mean this subcontract. Arthur D Little Special Terms and Conditions for Financial Assistance Awards The requirements of this attachment take precedence over all other requirements of this award found in regulations, the general terms and conditions, DOE orders, etc., except requirements of statutory law. Any apparent contradiction of statutory law stated herein should be presumed to be in error until recipient has sought and received clarification from the Contracting Officer.
Foreign Nationals. The LESSEE is authorized to escort United States citizens on to the Station for the express purpose of accessing the Leased premises, however, any non-citizens (Foreign Nationals), are required to be escorted by GOVERNMENT officials or approved GOVERNMENT contract employees. The LESSEE shall bear all costs associated with this requirement. Additionally, any guest of the LESSEE found outside the immediate leased premises will be immediately removed and banned from the Station.
Foreign Nationals. Foreign nationals are not permitted to perform work at Owner (or its subsidiary the United States Enrichment Corporation) facilities without prior written permission from the Owner. Contractor’s request for permission for use of foreign nationals on the Project must be submitted to the Owner at least ninety (90) days prior to their anticipated work date.
Foreign Nationals. Foreign nationals are not permitted to perform work at Company or Owner (or its subsidiary the United States Enrichment Corporation) facilities without prior written permission from the Company. Contractor’s request for permission for use of foreign nationals on the Project must be submitted to the Company or Owner at least ten (10) weeks prior to their anticipated work date. Failure of the Company or Owner to approve Client Name: USEC, INC. Contract No.:A1PH-40-K101 Project Name: ACP PROJECT the use of a foreign national shall not constitute excusable delay nor entitle Contractor to an increase in its costs or the Fixed Price, as applicable.