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third country national

A third country national is a worker hired in a country outside the United States who is assigned to work in a country other than their country of origin.

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An example is a French citizen who is assigned to work in the United Kingdom. If the insured corporation employs TCNs or maintains a physical location in another country, the insured will need a foreign voluntary workers compensation (FVWC) policy. FVWC coverage is sometimes referred to as employers responsibility coverage.

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Foreign voluntary workers compensation coverage is needed if the insured employs workers outside...