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Only amounts that are rollover-eligible can be rolled over to an IRA or qualified employer sponsored plan. A qualified plan is under the rules of the US not a foreign country.
Individuals with savings in foreign pension plans may exercise one of two options. They can either leave the funds in those respective accounts and make pension withdrawals overtime, or withdraw lump-sum amounts and handle any tax implications as required. If amounts from these accounts are sent to the U.S. they cannot be sent to qualified trust accounts, which means they cannot be rolled over to your IRA, 401(k), 403(b) or any other qualified trust account. If these amounts are inadvertently or erroneously sent to U.S. qualified trusts, they will be considered ineligible rollover amounts, which must be timely corrected in order to avoid penalties and possible income tax upon withdrawal.
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