Unpaid Foreign Claims
In 1986 the FCSC completed a program to determine the validity and amount of claims against the Socialist Republic of Vietnam that resulted from the nationalization or other taking of property on or after April 29, 1975, when the Government of the Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam) was overthrown. The FCSC granted awards to 192 claimants and a settlement agreement, that provided funds for the payment of the awards, was concluded with the Socialist Republic of Vietnam on January 28, 1995. The Department of the Treasury, Financial Management Service, began advising claimants on the status of the program and issuing payments in 1995. On the following pages is a list of the unpaid Vietnam Claims Program claimants, their last known city and state and the amount outstanding.
If you are the original claimant or if the claimant is deceased and you are able to demonstrate proof of heirship, please contact our office at Foreign.Claims@fms.treas.gov.