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Living Outside of the United States
(Posted October 31, 2014)
Question 1207: Can I still draw my Railroad Retirement and live in Scotland?
Answer: Yes, there are no foreign restrictions on making payments to Scotland. U.S. Treasury payments are made through the State Department and usually are sent thru the nearest American Consultant for distribution. Direct Deposit in a United kingdom bank also may be possible.
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