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Duly Accredited

Administrative Law

28 CFR § 73.1(d) [28 CFR PART 73—NOTIFICATIONS TO THE ATTORNEY GENERAL BY AGENTS OF FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS]

(d) When used in 18 U.S.C. 951(d)(1), the term “duly accredited” means that the sending State has notified the Department of State of the appointment and arrival of the diplomatic or consular officer involved, and the Department of State has not objected.