What is a US Person?
You are considered a US person if one or more of the situations below apply to you:
- You have a US passport;
- You live in the United States;
- You were born in the United States;
- You have an American home address, postal address, or telephone number;
- You periodically transfer money to the United States;
- You have a power of attorney with an American address;
- You have a Per Address (P/A) in the United States;
- You are in possession of a green card or have been in possession of a green card in the past;
- You are a 'protected person', a non-U.S. citizen who has been granted asylum under the Immigration and Naturalisation Act;
- You meet the so-called 'substantial presence test', which means that you have at least been physically present in the United States for the duration of your stay:
- 31 days in the current year; and
- 183 days in the three-year period consisting of the current year and the two immediately preceding years. These 183 days are the sum of:
- all the days on which you were present in the current year;
- one third of the days on which you were present in the first year preceding the current
- one sixth of the days you were present in the second year preceding the current year.
As a US Person, you may not use the services of LiteBit. By agreeing to the General Terms and Conditions of LiteBit you declare to LiteBit that you are not a US Person.