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					                             Special Countries and U.S. Territories


Lockheed Martin has a goal to increase international sales over the next three years. To do so,
Lockheed Martin will need to sell new products in old countries and more products in new
countries. We have developed a list of countries that describes some of the known challenges that
they present when executing a project or traveling to that location.
In some cases, even a short trip to a country on the International Services Special Countries and
U.S. Territories List may trigger tax liabilities for you or Lockheed Martin, or require you to obtain
a work permit or special business visa before entering the country.
All travelers are responsible for verifying the accuracy of their visas. For more information about a
specific country, click on the country hyper-link below.
Common Terms: For a list of common terms and definitions one will frequently encounter when
working on international pursuits or traveling overseas for Lockheed Martin, please click here.


Special Countries and U.S. Territories List:
    Afghanistan                                            Kuwait
    Albania                                                Malaysia
    Argentina                                              Marshall Islands
    Azerbaijan                                             Mexico
    Bahrain                                                Morocco
    Bangladesh                                             Oman
    Barbados                                               Pakistan
    Belgium                                                Peru
    Brazil                                                 Philippines
    Canada                                                 Puerto Rico
    Chile                                                  Qatar
    China                                                  Romania
    Columbia                                               Russia
    Croatia                                                Saudi Arabia
    Cyprus                                                 Singapore
    Czech Republic                                         Slovak Republic
    Egypt                                                  South Africa
    Georgia                                                Switzerland
    Greenland                                              Taiwan
    Guam                                                   Tunisia
    Hong Kong                                              Turkey
    India                                                  Ukraine
    Indonesia                                              United Arab Emirates
    Israel                                                 United Kingdom
    Jordan                                                 United States
    Kazakhstan                                             Venezuela
    Korea                                                  Vietnam




                                Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                Updated December 2010
Common Terms: The following are common terms and definitions that one will frequently encounter
when working on international pursuits or traveling overseas for Lockheed Martin.

IBNS: International Business Notification System is the application that assists the business unit filing
the notification, required by Corporate Policy Statement, CPS-005 of an international opportunity or
proposal. Business units that enter a new opportunity or pursuit in IBNS will get direction from
corporate departments on matters such as taxes, bidding, immigration, delegation of authority, export
control and other key elements of an international proposal.

Corporate Tax: International Tax is part of the Corporate Tax Department. Corporate Tax provides
advice and guidance to Lockheed Martin business units regarding various U.S. and foreign taxes.
Corporate Tax also supports new international business proposals, contract negotiations, and in-country
operations as they relate to the application of U.S. Federal corporate income tax, foreign corporate
income tax, and foreign value-added tax.

IHR: International Human Resources supports all business units, corporate-wide, with a full suite of
expatriation administration services such as: cost estimates, policy guidance (CPS-539) and consultation,
coordination and initiation of all activities related to an international assignment (immigration,
relocation, tax programs [both home and host taxes], and pouch mail), ongoing expatriate support: Q&A,
payroll, taxes, compensation package maintenance, and conduct and coordinate international assignee
orientations.

International Subsidiary Management: International Subsidiary Management supports the corporate
secretary functions for international subsidiaries of Lockheed Martin and administers international
corporate compliance functions. It also manages Lockheed Martin’s international subsidiaries, supports
business unit’s international campaign and/or contracts, and governs, CPS-005.

Letter of Invitation: A document approved by the Foreign Ministry of the country of travel which
authorizes a particular traveler to visit their country. Most often, they indicate specific information
regarding the itinerary (name, address, phone number of hosting organization, cities of visit, dates of
stay), as well as an official reference number and seal of approval. Required formats for invitations and
confirmations vary per country.

LM TravelSource: LM TravelSource is Lockheed Martin’s travel portal which provides access to
online travel reservation system and suppliers of airline, hotel, rental vehicle, and other travel services.
Make reservations via LM TravelSource or 1-877-LMC-TBIZ (1-877-562-8249).

SOFA: A Status of Forces Agreement is an agreement that the U.S. negotiates with a foreign country
dealing with the rules under which the U.S. and that foreign country can deploy armed forces in each
other’s territory. These SOFAs may, but do not need to, provide tax benefits for contractors like
Lockheed Martin.

Visa/Passport Firm: CIBT (The Global Visa and Passport Professionals) is the Lockheed Martin’s
approved supplier for visa and passport services. Contact CIBT via LM TravelSource or 1-800-577-
2428.

ISOS: International SOS Members Services provides all Lockheed Martin employees worldwide with
international medical travel assistance. Whenever you are on international travel or assignment away
from your country of residence, make sure you have your International SOS card handy.


                                     Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                  Updated December 2010
Afghanistan


Business Visitor Visa: YES – Due to political instability in Afghanistan, visa rules and regulations often
change without notice. A valid visa and passport are required for U.S. citizens to enter and exit
Afghanistan. Business visas are typically issued for 3 months/6 months and multiple entry visas are
typically not issued. Afghan entry visas are not available at Kabul International Airport. Employment is
not authorized with a business visa. Activities are limited to attending meetings, discussion, seminars and
other unpaid work-related activities with Afghanistan-based organizations or companies. Seek assistance
from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The entry visa work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including
revenue generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under
sponsorship of an employer in Afghanistan. A Letter of Invitation is required. U.S. citizens entering
Afghanistan for purposes of employment, regardless of the length of stay, are required to obtain work
authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) or Tax Treaty with
Afghanistan, but may enjoy some tax concessions granted under the exchange of diplomatic notes.
Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: NO – Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: Upon arrival to Afghanistan, visitors must apply for an entrance card at the airport.
Each person traveling must have a passport picture on them for the card. U.S. citizens who arrive without
a visa are subject to confiscation of their passport and face heavy fines and difficulties in retrieving their
passport and obtaining a visa, as well as possible deportation from the country. U.S. citizens arriving in
the country via military air usually have considerable difficulties if they choose to depart Afghanistan on
commercial air, because their passports are not stamped to show that they entered the country legally.
Those coming on military air should move quickly after arrival to legalize their status if there is any
chance they will depart the country on anything other than military air.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
LaTonya Dawson at 301-548-2149 (latonya.dawson@lmco.com), Sharmila Venkata at 301-548-2143
(sharmila.b.venkata@lmco.com) or Lourdes Cockey at 301-548-2140 (lourdes.cockey@lmco.com).
                                     Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Albania

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to Albania for a stay up to 90 days within any 180 days. A valid passport and return airline
ticket is required. All travelers entering or exiting Albania must have six months or more validity on their
passport. Employment is not permitted during the stay. Activities are limited to market research, liaison
work, negotiation of agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings, conducting or
participating in lecture or seminars and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge
expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Albania. U.S. citizens entering Albania for purposes of employment, regardless of the
length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration
provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) or Tax Treaty with Albania.
Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: U.S. citizens do not require a visa prior to entering Albania, but those traveling
without a visa will be charged a fee for an entry stamp at the point of entry, which is valid for a stay of up
to 90 days. This fee has recently been waived, but Albanian law allows for collection of an entry tax up
to 10 Euros, or the equivalent in any easily convertible currency, including U.S. dollars, and may be
reinstated without notice.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Elizabeth Karcher at 301-548-2141 (elizabeth.a.karcher@lmco.com) or Shantel Dobbins at 301-548-
2138 (shantel.dobbins@lmco.com).


                                     Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Argentina

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to Argentina for a stay up to 90 days. A valid passport and return airline ticket is required.
Employment is not permitted during the stay. Activities are limited to market research, liaison work,
negotiation of agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings, conducting or participating in
lecture or seminars and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the
host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Argentina. U.S. citizens entering Argentina for purposes of employment, regardless of
the length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration
provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) or Tax Treaty with
Argentina. Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: NO – Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: When entering Argentina, U.S. citizens must pay a reciprocity fee of $131 if entering
through Ezeiza International Airport. The fee can be paid in dollars or by credit card and is valid for ten
years and multiple entries.

U.S. citizens who arrive in Argentina with expired or damaged passports may be refused entry and
returned to the United States at their own expense.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Elizabeth Karcher at 301-548-2141 (elizabeth.a.karcher@lmco.com) or Shantel Dobbins at 301-548-
2138 (shantel.dobbins@lmco.com).



                                     Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                  Updated December 2010
Azerbaijan

Business Visit Visa: YES – A business visitor visa and valid passport are required for U.S. citizens to
undertake business visits to Azerbaijan for up to 90 days. A Letter of Invitation from the organization
you will be visiting in Azerbaijan is required. Employment in Azerbaijan is not authorized with a
business visa. Activities are limited to market research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits,
holding internal business meetings and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge
expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Visa: The work visa covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Azerbaijan. U.S. nationals entering Azerbaijan for purposes of employment, regardless
of the length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC
immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Tax Treaty with Azerbaijan. To determine whether your program
may be entitled to any tax benefits under this agreement, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate
Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: NO – Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: Visitors can obtain a single-entry, 30-day visa at the airport upon arrival. It is
strongly recommended that a visa is obtained before arrival. Visitor should also check with their airline
to make sure that the airline will carry them without a visa.

According to Azerbaijani law, visitors intending to remain in Azerbaijan for more than 30 days must
register with local police within three days of their arrival. Foreign citizens should approach the passport
section of the local district police office and fill out an application form.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
LaTonya Dawson at 301-548-2149 (latonya.dawson@lmco.com), Sharmila Venkata at 301-548-2143
(sharmila.b.venkata@lmco.com) or Lourdes Cockey at 301-548-2140 (lourdes.cockey@lmco.com).


                                     Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Bahrain

Business Visitor Visa: YES – A business visitor visa and passport are required for U.S. citizens to
undertake business visits to Bahrain. The passport should be valid for at least six months after the date of
arrival. USA passport holders can obtain a visa upon arrival. It is strongly recommended that you obtain a
visa before arrival. The Embassies of Bahrain abroad and the General Directorate of Immigration and
Passports may issue a five-year multiple-entry visa which allows citizens of the United States of America,
Canada who are businessmen, or visitors to enter the country and stay for a period not to exceed four
weeks per entry. The issuance of this multiple entry visa is at the discretion of the consul and not
guaranteed. Employment in Bahrain is not authorized with a business visa. Activities are limited to
market research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings and
other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance
from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Employment Visa: The employment visa covers all other activities, including revenue generating
activities, project execution and delivery of service. A Non-Objection Certificate (“N.O.C.”) issued by the
immigration office is required. The foreigner must be under sponsorship of an employer in Bahrain. U.S.
citizens entering Bahrain for purposes of employment, regardless of the length of stay, are required to
obtain work authorization prior to arrival. Business unit should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate Tax
direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file, you
must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) or a Tax Treaty with Bahrain.
Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: Foreigners who overstay their visit in the Bahrain are subject to monetary fine and
incarceration pending deportation proceedings. Bahrain assesses heavy fines on visitors who fail to depart
Bahrain at the end of their authorized stay. It is important to clarify from authorities upon arrival as to the
permitted length of stay, which is not necessarily the same as the validity date of the visa itself.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
LaTonya Dawson at 301-548-2149 (latonya.dawson@lmco.com), Sharmila Venkata at 301-548-2143
(sharmila.b.venkata@lmco.com) or Lourdes Cockey at 301-548-2140 (lourdes.cockey@lmco.com).
                                     Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                  Updated December 2010
Bangladesh

Business Visit Visa: YES – A business visitor visa and valid passport are required for U.S. citizens to
undertake business visits to Bangladesh. The length of stay will be determined upon arrival by
immigration. A letter from LM stating the purpose of the visit and a Letter of Invitation from the
organization to be visited in Bangladesh is required. Activities are limited to market research, liaison
work, negotiation of agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings, conducting or
participating in lecture or seminars and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge
expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. A foreigner intending to work in
Bangladesh should first apply for an E visa at the Embassy or Consulate of Bangladesh. Within 15 days
after arrival in Bangladesh, the foreigner should apply for a work permit to the Board of Investment. The
foreigner must be under the sponsorship of an employer in Bangladesh. U.S. citizens entering
Bangladesh for purposes of employment, regardless of the length of stay, are required to obtain work
authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Tax Treaty with Bangladesh. To determine whether your program may be
entitled to any tax benefit under this agreement, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: NO – Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: Visitors who have overstayed by 1 – 15 days will be fined 200 Bangladeshi Taka
(Tk) per day, which can be paid at the Zia International Airport Immigration Office. Visitors who have
overstayed 16 – 90 days are subject to a fine of 500 Tk per day, which must be paid at the Immigration
and Passport. Visitors who overstay in excess of 90 days face prosecution by the Bangladeshi
Immigration and Passport Authority.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Harold Pierce at 301-548-2398 (harold.a.pierce@lmco.com) or Bethany Miller at 301-548-2132
(bethany.h.miller@lmco.com).

                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                Updated December 2010
Barbados

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to Barbados for a stay up to 180 days. A valid passport for at least six months and return
airline ticket are required. Employment is not permitted during the stay, nor is the provision of technical
services. Activities are limited to market research, liaison work, negotiation of agreements, site visits,
holding internal business meetings, conducting or participating in lecture or seminars and other related
activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the
LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Barbados. U.S. citizens entering Barbados for purposes of employment, regardless of
the length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Applications are submitted by the company
in Barbados to the Immigration Department in Bridgetown. Business unit should use LMC immigration
provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Tax Treaty with Barbados. To determine whether your program may be
entitled to any tax benefits under this agreement, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: NO – Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: U.S. citizens must have a valid U.S. passport which must be valid for at least six
months. Once in country, applications to extend stay or change to work authorized status can be made at
the Department of Immigration.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Elizabeth Karcher at 301-548-2141 (elizabeth.a.karcher@lmco.com) or Shantel Dobbins at 301-548-
2138 (shantel.dobbins@lmco.com).




                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Belgium

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to Belgium for a stay up to 90 days within any 180-day period. The passport should be
valid for at least three months beyond the period of stay. Sufficient funds and a return airline ticket are
required. Employment is not permitted during the stay. Activities are limited to market research, liaison
work, negotiation of agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings, conducting or
participating in lecture or seminars and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge
expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Belgium. Among other qualifications, employee must have been employed by
Lockheed Martin for at least 12 months. Business unit should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a SOFA (NATO) and Tax Treaty with Belgium. To determine whether your
program may be entitled to any tax benefits under these agreements, use IBNS to obtain direction from
Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: As of April 1, 2007, employers sending foreign national employees to Belgium on
business purpose must notify the Belgian Ministry of Social Security about the visit and declare these
activities to the authorities before the employee arrives in Belgium. This requirement, called a “Limosa
Declaration”, applies to all foreign nationals that will work in Belgium temporarily or partially without a
Belgian employment contract, including business visitors who will be present in Belgium more than five
working days in a 30-day period. The employee should carry a copy of this certificate to Belgium. The
declaration form and additional information are available at http://www.limosa.be/

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Elizabeth Karcher at 301-548-2141 (elizabeth.a.karcher@lmco.com) or Shantel Dobbins at 301-548-
2138 (shantel.dobbins@lmco.com).


                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Brazil

Business Visitor Visa: YES – A Temporary Visa (Vitem II) and passport are required for U.S. citizens
prior to entering Brazil for business visits for a stay up to 90 days. A maximum of 180 days may be spent
in business visitor status within a given 365-day period. First entry into Brazil with a business visa must
be within 90 (ninety) days from issuance of the visa, otherwise it is automatically cancelled. Employment
in Brazil is not authorized with a business visa. Activities are limited to market research, liaison work,
negotiation of agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings, conducting or participating in
lecture or seminars and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host
entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

If you are a citizen of a country (e.g., Western European Countries) that holds a reciprocity agreement
with Brazil, you may not need to apply for a business visa prior to entering Brazil, but would still need to
follow all the rules applied to those who had to apply for the visa in order to enter Brazil on business.

Work Visa: Permanent Visa (Vitem V) covers all other activities, including revenue generating
activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship of an
employer in Brazil. U.S. citizens entering Brazil for purposes of employment, regardless of the length of
stay, are required to obtain work authorization prior to arrival. Business unit should use LMC
immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) or a Tax Treaty with Brazil.
Brazil has an extremely complex, multilayered taxing system which can easily erode margins, therefore
be careful to obtain prior Corporate Tax review for all proposed efforts. Use IBNS to obtain direction
from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: NO – Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: There are no "airport visas" and immigration authorities will refuse entry to Brazil to
anyone not possessing a valid visa (except business visitors holding passports from countries that have
reciprocity agreement with Brazil).

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Elizabeth Karcher at 301-548-2141 (elizabeth.a.karcher@lmco.com) or Shantel Dobbins at 301-548-
2138 (shantel.dobbins@lmco.com).
                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Canada

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake business
visits to Canada for a stay up to six months (on initial entry). Entry into Canada is solely determined by
Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) officials in accordance with Canadian law. Canadian law
requires that all persons entering Canada carry both proof of citizenship and proof of identity. A valid
U.S. passport satisfies these requirements for U.S. citizens. Employment is not permitted during the stay.
Activities are limited to purchasing goods, attending conferences or conventions, post-sales services such
as repairing, servicing, or supervising installers; training foreign national employees of a multinational
corporation in Canada or to receive similar training in Canada. This list is not exhaustive and other
related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity may apply. Seek
assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Visa: The work visa covers all other activities, including revenue generating activities, project
execution and delivery of service. A citizen of the United States who intends to work in Canada as an
intra-company transfer (“Transferee”) is exempt from applying for a visa and can generally obtain work
authorization at the port of entry, but may also apply in a visa office abroad, as well as at an inland visa
office. Among other qualifications, the employee must have been employed by Lockheed Martin for at
least 12 months. Business unit should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a SOFA (NATO) and Tax Treaty with Canada. To determine whether your
program may be entitled to any tax benefits under these agreements, use IBNS to obtain direction from
Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: When returning to the United States from Canada, it is very important to note that all
U.S. citizens are required to present a valid U.S. passport to enter or re-enter the United States via air.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Elizabeth Karcher at 301-548-2141 (elizabeth.a.karcher@lmco.com) or Shantel Dobbins at 301-548-
2138 (shantel.dobbins@lmco.com).

                                     Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Chile


Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to Chile up to a stay of 90 days. A valid passport and return airline ticket are required.
Employment is not permitted during the stay. Activities are limited to market research, liaison work,
negotiation of agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings, conducting or participating in
lecture or seminars and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the
host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Visa: The work visa covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Chile and must have entered into an employment contract for the duration of the
assignment to Chile. U.S. citizens entering Chile for purposes of employment, regardless of the length of
stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration provider via
IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) or Tax Treaty with Chile.
Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: NO – Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: The government of Chile imposes a reciprocity fee payable in cash or by credit card
upon arrival at the port of entry. However, at the discretion of Immigration, the fees may change. The
traveler will receive a stamp (or a small receipt stapled in the last page) in their passport which is valid to
travel without future payment for the length of that passport. If you receive a new passport, a new stamp
must be purchased in Chile.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Elizabeth Karcher at 301-548-2141 (elizabeth.a.karcher@lmco.com) or Shantel Dobbins at 301-548-
2138 (shantel.dobbins@lmco.com).


                                     Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                  Updated December 2010
People’s Republic of China

Business Visit Visa: YES – A business visitor visa and valid passport with at least six months validity
are required for U.S. citizens to undertake business visits to People’s Republic of China. U.S. citizens are
also required to have an exit visa to leave China. The visa must have been obtained from a Chinese
Embassy or Consulate before traveling to China. Employment is not authorized with a business visa.
Activities are limited to market research, liaison work, negotiation of agreements, site visits, holding
internal business meetings, conducting or participating in lecture or seminars and other related activities
that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC
passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all other activities, including revenue generating activities,
project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship of an employer in
China. U.S. citizens entering China for purposes of employment, regardless of the length of stay, are
required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Tax Treaty with China. To determine whether your program may be
entitled to any tax benefit under this agreement, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: A U.S. citizen arriving without a valid passport and the appropriate Chinese visa will
not be permitted to enter China and will be subject to a fine and immediate deportation at the visitor's
expense. Visitors should not rely on Chinese host organizations claiming to be able to arrange their visas
upon arrival. Chinese authorities have recently tightened their visa issuance policy, in some cases
requiring personal interviews of U.S. citizens.

U.S. citizens who violate the terms of their Chinese visas, including overstays will be subject to a
maximum fine of 5,000 RMB, departure delays, and possible detention.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Harold Pierce at 301-548-2398 (harold.a.pierce@lmco.com) or Bethany Miller at 301-548-2132
(bethany.h.miller@lmco.com).
                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Columbia

Business Visitor Visa: YES – A business visitor visa is required for U.S. citizens to undertake business
visits to Columbia. Business visitors to Colombia typically use the Business Visa (“Visa de Negocios”).
While Visas de Negocios may be allowed for multiple entrances over the course of up to four years,
business visitors (with temporary visitor permits) will not be permitted to remain in Colombia for more
than 180 days continuously per visit. The length of stay granted to visitors is determined by the
Colombian immigration officer at the point of entry and will be stamped in your passport. Visitors
entering Colombia are sometimes asked to present evidence of return or onward travel, usually in the
form of a round-trip plane ticket and letter of invitation of the Columbian entity that sponsors the visa.
Employment in Columbia is not permitted during the stay. Activities are limited to market research,
liaison work, negotiation of agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings, conducting or
participating in lecture or seminars and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge
expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Visa: The work visa covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. U.S. nationals entering Columbia for
purposes of employment, regardless of the length of stay, are required to obtain work
authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) or Tax Treaty with
Columbia. To determine whether your program may be entitled to any tax benefits under these
agreements, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: NO – Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.
Other Comments: Fines are levied if you remain in Colombia longer than authorized, and you cannot
leave Colombia until the fine is paid.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Elizabeth Karcher at 301-548-2141 (elizabeth.a.karcher@lmco.com) or Shantel Dobbins at 301-548-
2138 (shantel.dobbins@lmco.com).


                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                Updated December 2010
Croatia

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to Croatia for a stay up to 90 days within a six-month period commencing from the date
of first entry into the country (“short-term stay”). A valid passport, sufficient funds, and return airline
ticket are required. Employment or productive work is not permitted during the short-term stay.
Activities are limited to market research, liaison work, negotiation of agreements, site visits, holding
internal business meetings, conducting or participating in lecture or seminars and other related activities
that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. In certain cases, a foreign national
may convert from visitor to work permit status without leaving the country. Seek assistance from the
LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all other activities, including revenue generating activities,
project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship of an employer in
Croatia. U.S. citizens entering Croatia for purposes of employment, regardless of the length of stay, are
required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) or Tax Treaty with Croatia.
Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: All foreign citizens must register with the local police within 24 hours of arrival as
well as inform them of any change in their address. Registration of foreign visitors staying in hotels or
accommodations rented through an accommodation company is done automatically by the hotelier or
accommodation company. Failure to register is a misdemeanor offense; some Americans have been
fined for failing to register.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Harold Pierce at 301-548-2398 (harold.a.pierce@lmco.com) or Bethany Miller at 301-548-2132
(bethany.h.miller@lmco.com).

                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Cyprus

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to Cyprus for a stay up to 90 days. A valid passport with six months and a return airline
ticket are required. Employment is not permitted during the stay. Activities are limited to market
research, liaison work, negotiation of agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings,
conducting or participating in lecture or seminars and other related activities that do not generate
revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via
LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Cyprus. U.S. citizens entering Cyprus for purposes of employment, regardless of the
length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration
provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S. has a Tax Treaty with Cyprus. To determine whether your program may be
entitled to any tax benefits under this agreement, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: NO – Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: Visa should be obtained for people conducting in technical activities. No visa
required for simple business meeting.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
LaTonya Dawson at 301-548-2149 (latonya.dawson@lmco.com), Sharmila Venkata at 301-548-2143
(sharmila.b.venkata@lmco.com) or Lourdes Cockey at 301-548-2140 (lourdes.cockey@lmco.com).




                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                Updated December 2010
Czech Republic


Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to Czech Republic for a stay up to 90 days within any 180-day period. A valid passport
and return airline ticket are required. The passport should be valid for at least three months beyond the
period of stay. The Czech Government requires visitors to the Czech Republic to have proof of finances
to pay for their stay and proof of travel/health insurance. Employment is not permitted during the stay.
Activities are limited to market research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits, holding
internal business meetings and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to
the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreign national must generally have
worked for the sending entity prior to seeking work authorization and possess specialized, high-level
knowledge, as evidenced by a professional resume. The foreigner must be under sponsorship of an
employer in Czech Republic. U.S. citizens entering Czech Republic for purposes of employment,
regardless of the length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC
immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S. has a Tax Treaty with Czech Republic. To determine whether your program may
be entitled to any tax benefits under this agreement, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: NO – Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: All foreigners seeking entry in the Czech Republic must carry proof of a medical
insurance policy contracted for payment of all costs for hospitalization and medical treatment while in
the Czech Republic.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
LaTonya Dawson at 301-548-2149 (latonya.dawson@lmco.com), Sharmila Venkata at 301-548-2143
(sharmila.b.venkata@lmco.com) or Lourdes Cockey at 301-548-2140 (lourdes.cockey@lmco.com).



                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                Updated December 2010
Egypt

Business Visitor Visa: YES – A business visitor visa and passport are required for U.S. citizens to
undertake business visits to Egypt. Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months before expiry.
Employment in Egypt is not authorized with a business visa. Activities are limited to market research,
liaison work, negotiation of agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings, conducting or
participating in lecture or seminars and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge
expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Egypt. U.S. citizens entering Egypt for purposes of employment, regardless of the
length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization before arrival. Business unit should use LMC
immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Tax Treaty with Egypt. To determine whether your program may be
entitled to treaty and other specified tax benefits, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: All travelers arriving in Egypt now undergo certain health measures at the Cairo
International Airport as a precaution due to the 2009-H1N1 virus. The travelers’ passports are examined
and they are screened at immigration via infrared cameras.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
LaTonya Dawson at 301-548-2149 (latonya.dawson@lmco.com), Sharmila Venkata at 301-548-2143
(sharmila.b.venkata@lmco.com) or Lourdes Cockey at 301-548-2140 (lourdes.cockey@lmco.com).




                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                Updated December 2010
Georgia

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to Georgia for a stay up to 360 days. A valid passport and a return airline ticket are
required. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: Work Permits are not required for U.S. citizens to work in Georgia. Upon entry to
Georgia, the passport is stamped which authorizes a stay in country for up to 360 days. Extension of stay
beyond 360 days may be obtained by crossing into a bordering country and re-entering Georgia.
Temporary Residence Permits are available for up to six years which allow a foreigner to reside in
Georgia for longer durations. Business unit should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Tax Treaty with Georgia. To determine whether your program may be
entitled to any tax benefits under this agreement, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Presence in Country: NO – Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax and
International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: U.S. citizens visiting for 360 days or less do not need a visa to enter Georgia.
However, in accordance with CPS-539, employees on travel for 90 days or greater must be transferred to
a short-term assignment.

A foreigner who overstays his/her authorized stay in Georgia may be subject to fines and will not be
permitted to return to Georgia until such fines are paid. A foreigner who overstays by more than three
months will be subject to fines and will not be issued reentry to Georgia for one year.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
LaTonya Dawson at 301-548-2149 (latonya.dawson@lmco.com), Sharmila Venkata at 301-548-2143
(sharmila.b.venkata@lmco.com) or Lourdes Cockey at 301-548-2140 (lourdes.cockey@lmco.com).




                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                  Updated December 2010
Greenland

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to Greenland for a stay up to 90 days within any 180-day period. A valid passport and a
return airline ticket are required. The passport should be valid for at least three months beyond the period
of stay. Employment is not permitted during the stay. Activities are limited to market research, liaison
work, negotiating agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings and other related activities
that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC
passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Greenland. U.S. citizens entering Greenland for purposes of employment, regardless
of the length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Among other qualifications, employee
must possess at least a four-year university degree; in addition the employee must have been employed
by Lockheed Martin for at least 12 months. Business unit should use LMC immigration provider via
IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) or Tax Treaty with
Greenland. Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: NO – Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: Greenland is an overseas territory of Denmark, but is not in the EU or a party to the
Schengen Agreement. If a stay of more than three months is required, you must contact the police in
Greenland to apply for a residence permit. Again, U.S. passport holders do not need a visa for short-term
business travel to Greenland.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Elizabeth Karcher at 301-548-2141 (elizabeth.a.karcher@lmco.com) or Shantel Dobbins at 301-548-
2138 (shantel.dobbins@lmco.com).

                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Guam

Business Visitor Visa: Guam is a territory of the United States. Because Guam is a U.S. territory, there
are no restrictions for U.S. citizens traveling to and from Guam. There are no visa requirements for a
citizen of the United States. Proof of U.S. Citizenship is required, such as birth certificate or passport. All
travelers in and out of the U.S. must carry a valid passport. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa
firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Authorization: Guam is a territory of the United States. Because Guam is a U.S. territory, there
are no restrictions for U.S. citizens traveling to and from Guam. There are no visa requirements for a
citizen of the United States. Proof of U.S. Citizenship is required. All travelers in and out of the U.S.
must carry a valid passport. Business unit should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces (SOFA) or Tax Treaty with Guam. Use IBNS to
obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: All travelers in and out of the U.S. must carry a valid passport.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Harold Pierce at 301-548-2398 (harold.a.pierce@lmco.com) or Bethany Miller at 301-548-2132
(bethany.h.miller@lmco.com).




                                     Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                  Updated December 2010
Hong Kong

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to Hong Kong for a stay up to 90 days. A passport with a minimum of one-month validity
after the period of intended stay, adequate funds to cover stay without working and evidence of
onward/return airline ticket are required. Employment is not permitted during the stay. Activities are
limited to market research, liaison work, negotiation of agreements, site visits, holding internal business
meetings, conducting or participating in lecture or seminars and other related activities that do not
generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm
via LM TravelSource.

Work Visa: The work visa covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Hong Kong. U.S. citizens entering Hong Kong for purposes of employment, regardless
of the length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC
immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate Tax
direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file, you
must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) or Tax Treaty with Hong
Kong. Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: Because many neighboring areas require six months validity remaining on the
passport, U.S. citizens planning travel beyond Hong Kong should ensure that their passports are valid for
at least six months from the date of their proposed entry into such areas.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Harold Pierce at 301-548-2398 (harold.a.pierce@lmco.com) or Bethany Miller at 301-548-2132
(bethany.h.miller@lmco.com).



                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                Updated December 2010
India

Business Visa: YES – A “B” visa and valid passport with six months validity are required for U.S.
citizens prior to entering India for business visits for a stay up to 180 days. Usually a business visa is
granted for a period ranging between 180 days to five years. However, notwithstanding the validity
period of the visa, stay in India on a Business Visa is usually not allowed to exceed 180 days.
Employment in India is not authorized with a business visa. Activities are limited to market research,
liaison work, negotiation of agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings, conducting or
participating in lecture or seminars and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge
expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Employment Visa: The employment visa covers all other activities, including revenue generating
activities, project execution and delivery of service. Registration required with the Foreigners Regional
Registration Office (FRRO) for foreign nationals visiting India on an Employment Visa for more than
180 days and intending to stay for more than 180 days on a single visit. The foreigner must be under
sponsorship of an employer in India. U.S. citizens entering India for purposes of employment, regardless
of the length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC
immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a tax treaty with India but no known Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA).
India has an extremely aggressive taxing authority, therefore be careful to obtain prior Corporate Tax
review for all proposal efforts. To determine whether your program may be entitled to a tax benefit under
the tax treaty agreement, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: U.S. citizens require a valid passport and valid Indian visa to enter and exit India for
any purpose, as there are no provisions for visas upon arrival for U.S. citizens. Those arriving without a
valid passport and valid visa are subject to fines or immediate deportation.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Harold Pierce at 301-548-2398 (harold.a.pierce@lmco.com) or Bethany Miller at 301-548-2132
(bethany.h.miller@lmco.com).
                                     Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                  Updated December 2010
Indonesia

Business Visitor Visa: YES – A visit visa (single entry or multiple entries) specifically for the purpose
of business visits and valid passport are required for U.S. citizens to undertake business visits to
Indonesia. The Indonesian government requires all foreign travelers to have a passport valid for at least
six months following the date of arrival. Employment in Indonesia is not authorized with a visit visa.
Activities are limited to market research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits, holding
internal business meetings and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to
the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Indonesia. U.S. citizens entering Indonesia for purposes of employment, regardless of
the length of stay, are required to obtain a work permit and other documents required for a foreigner to
work in Indonesia. Business unit should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate Tax
direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file, you
must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Tax Treaty with Indonesia. To determine whether your program may be
entitled to any tax benefit under this agreement, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: NO – Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: Indonesian authorities regularly deny entry to all foreigners who arrive with passports
expiring in less than six months. The U.S. Embassy cannot obtain entry permission for U.S. citizens with
expiring passports. Visitors will be required to depart for Singapore or another nearby country to obtain a
new U.S. passport, which generally takes two weeks to be issued outside of the U.S. Indonesia strictly
enforces its immigration/visa requirements. Violators may be subject to substantial fines and/or
deportation from Indonesia for visa violations and/or overstays. Penalties for such immigration/visa
violations have included a prison sentence of up to 5 years, a fine of Rupiah 25 million and deportation
from the country.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Harold Pierce at 301-548-2398 (harold.a.pierce@lmco.com) or Bethany Miller at 301-548-2132
(bethany.h.miller@lmco.com).

                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                Updated December 2010
Israel


Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to Israel for a stay up to 90 days. A passport valid for six months beyond the duration of
stay, return airline ticket, and proof of sufficient funds are required for entry. Employment is not
permitted during the stay. Activities are limited to market research, liaison work, negotiating agreements,
site visits, holding internal business meetings, making sales calls to potential Israeli clients, provided that
the visiting employee represents a commercial entity outside of Israel, and other related activities that do
not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa
firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Israel. U.S. citizens entering Israel for purposes of employment, regardless of the
length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration
provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Tax Treaty with Israel. To determine whether your program may be
entitled to any tax benefits under this agreement, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your prior point of departure is from certain
countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website for the
most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: A no-charge, three-month visa may be issued upon arrival and may be renewed.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
LaTonya Dawson at 301-548-2149 (latonya.dawson@lmco.com), Sharmila Venkata at 301-548-2143
(sharmila.b.venkata@lmco.com) or Lourdes Cockey at 301-548-2140 (lourdes.cockey@lmco.com).




                                     Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                  Updated December 2010
Jordan

Business Visitor Visa: YES – A business visitor visa and passport are required for U.S. citizens to
undertake business visits to Jordon for a single-entry stay up to 30 days. Visas may be extended up to
three months by registering with a Jordanian police station before expiration of that time. Passengers
arriving to Jordan from the U.S.A. will need to complete arrival forms before going through the
immigration control, and may undergo a medical check upon arrival. Employment in Jordan is not
authorized with a business visa. Activities are limited to market research, liaison work, negotiation of
agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings, conducting or participating in lecture or
seminars and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity.
Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Jordan. U.S. citizens entering Jordan for purposes of employment, regardless of the
length of stay, are required to work permit authorized and issued by the Ministry of Labour (MOL) before
entering Jordan. Business unit should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate Tax
direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file, you
must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) or a Tax Treaty with Jordan.
Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: NO – Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website for
the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: U.S. citizens are not required to obtain a visa in advance. However, it is strongly
recommended that the employee obtain a visa before arrival. One month single-entry visa (stamp permit)
can be obtained on arrival at the airport in Jordan. Upon arrival in Jordan, you will proceed to passport
control to receive an entry stamp into the country. The stamp will serve as the visitor visa. The Jordanian
government has very strict entry visa laws. Failure to comply with these laws can lead to arrest and
deportation from the country.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
LaTonya Dawson at 301-548-2149 (latonya.dawson@lmco.com), Sharmila Venkata at 301-548-2143
(sharmila.b.venkata@lmco.com) or Lourdes Cockey at 301-548-2140 (lourdes.cockey@lmco.com).

                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Kazakhstan

Business Visitor Visa: YES – A business visitor visa and valid passport are required for U.S. citizens
for business visits to Kazakhstan for a stay up to 90 days. A Letter of Invitation from the organization
you will be visiting in Kazakhstan is required for multiple entry visas including business and work visas.
Employment is not permitted during the stay. Activities are limited to market research, liaison work,
negotiation of agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings, and other related activities that
do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC
passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner generally must have an
employment contract with the employer in Kazakhstan. U.S. nationals entering Kazakhstan for purposes
of employment, regardless of the length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit
should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S. has a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) and Tax Treaty with Kazakhstan. To
determine whether your program may be entitled to any tax benefits under these agreements, use IBNS to
obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: All foreign visitors must register at the local office of the Ministry of Internal Affairs
or at the appropriate hotel within five calendar days of passing the Kazakhstani state border. However,
U.S. citizens may register their passports immediately during passport control at 12 Kazakhstan
international airports. Otherwise, they might face certain negative consequences including fines, forces
curtailment, administrative arrest of up to 15 days and forced deportation). Additionally, visitors should
be aware that overstaying the validity period of a visa might result in similar negative consequences.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
LaTonya Dawson at 301-548-2149 (latonya.dawson@lmco.com), Sharmila Venkata at 301-548-2143
(sharmila.b.venkata@lmco.com) or Lourdes Cockey at 301-548-2140 (lourdes.cockey@lmco.com).

                                     Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Republic of Korea (South Korea)

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to South Korea for a stay up to 90 days. A valid passport, sufficient funds, and return
airline ticket are required. Employment is not permitted during the stay. Activities are limited to market
research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings and other
related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from
the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in South Korea. U.S. citizens entering South Korea for purposes of employment,
regardless of the length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization prior to entry. Visitors may
obtain work visas in their home country with the endorsement of the employer in Korea. If the visitor is
already in Korea, he/she must obtain the work visa from an embassy or consulate outside Korea.
Business unit should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) and Tax Treaty with South Korea. To
determine whether your program may be entitled to any tax benefits under these agreements, use IBNS
to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: Foreigners who stay in Korea longer than the period authorized by Korean
Immigration without applying for an extension are subject to fines and may be required to pay fines
before departing Korea. Korean officials may take the temperature of passengers upon
arrival. Individuals having a temperature or exhibiting flu- like symptoms may be quarantined on arrival.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Harold Pierce at 301-548-2398 (harold.a.pierce@lmco.com) or Bethany Miller at 301-548-2132
(bethany.h.miller@lmco.com).

                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                Updated December 2010
Kuwait

Business Visitor Visa: YES – A business visitor visa and passport are required for U.S. citizens to
undertake business visits to Kuwait for a stay up to 30 days. The visa is available only upon arrival for a
fee at the port of entry in Kuwait. The number of entries and duration of stay (maximum stay of 30 days)
will be determined by immigration officials at that time. Passport must have a minimum validity of six
months from date of entry into Kuwait and you must have a round-trip ticket and sufficient funds for the
duration of stay. Employment in Kuwait is not authorized with a business visa. Activities are limited to
market research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings and
other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance
from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Visa: The work visa covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Kuwait. U.S. citizens entering Kuwait for purposes of employment, regardless of the
length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration
provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) or a Tax Treaty with Kuwait.
Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: Travelers who overstay timeframe allotted by their visas may be required to pay
large fines before leaving Kuwait. Effective May 15, 2007, the Government of Kuwait no longer admits
travelers with a contractor identification card. All contractors entering or transiting Kuwait should have a
valid passport. Visas can be obtained upon arrival in Kuwait for a fee.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
LaTonya Dawson at 301-548-2149 (latonya.dawson@lmco.com), Sharmila Venkata at 301-548-2143
(sharmila.b.venkata@lmco.com) or Lourdes Cockey at 301-548-2140 (lourdes.cockey@lmco.com).

                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Malaysia

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens for business visits
to Malaysia for a stay up to 90 days. A passport valid for at least six months remaining is required to
enter Malaysia. Travelers entering Malaysia must hold onward air tickets. When a traveler arrives,
immigration officials will place an entry stamp in the traveler’s passport to specify the number of days he
or she may stay. Though immigration officials generally grant 90 days, they do not always do so.
Therefore, travelers are advised to check their stamps upon entry. Employment is not permitted during
the stay. Activities are limited to market research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits,
holding internal business meetings and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge
expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work visa covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Malaysia. U.S. citizens entering Malaysia for purposes of employment, regardless of
the length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. The relevant work permit type for intra-
company transferees is the “Employment Pass” permit. Business unit should use LMC immigration
provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) or Tax Treaty with Malaysia.
Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: Visitors with Israeli entry or exit stamps in their U.S. passports do not encounter
difficulty at Malaysian Immigration. However, U.S.-Israeli dual nationals have been denied entry after
presenting their Israeli passports to show exit stamps.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Harold Pierce at 301-548-2398 (harold.a.pierce@lmco.com) or Bethany Miller at 301-548-2132
(bethany.h.miller@lmco.com).

                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                Updated December 2010
Marshall Islands

Business Visa: NO – A visa is not required for U.S. citizens to visit the Republic of the Marshall Islands.
U.S. citizens have liberal travel rights under the Compact of Free Association. Generally under this law,
a U.S. citizen with a valid passport can enter the Marshall Islands. Thus, a U.S. citizen who enters the
country with his or her passport should not incur any penalties for non-compliance under Marshall
Islands immigration law. Passport must be valid for 1 year beyond the date of entry. Seek assistance
from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Authorization: A citizen of the United States who intends to work in the Republic of the
Marshall Islands as an intra-company transfer (“Transferee”) does not need to obtain a visa, because U.S.
citizens have liberal travel rights to the Marshall Islands under the Compact of Free Association.
Generally under this law, a U.S. citizen with a valid passport can enter and work in the Marshall Islands
indefinitely. Thus, a U.S. citizen who enters the country with his or her passport should not incur any
penalties for non-compliance under Marshall Islands immigration law.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Status of Forces Agreement (under the Compact of Free Association) with
the Marshall Islands. To determine whether your program may be entitled to any tax benefits under this
agreement, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: NO – Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: An individual cannot enter the Marshall Islands without proof of U.S. citizenship or
without a visa if the employee should be a non-U.S. citizen.

For visits of over 30 days, an AIDS test may be required. Marshall Islands levies a departure fee.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Harold Pierce at 301-548-2398 (harold.a.pierce@lmco.com) or Bethany Miller at 301-548-2132
(bethany.h.miller@lmco.com).




                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                Updated December 2010
Mexico

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to Mexico for a stay up to 90 days. U.S. citizens must have a valid U.S. passport for all air
travel, including to and from Mexico. Employment in Mexico is not authorized with a business visa.
Activities are limited to market research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits, holding
internal business meetings and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to
the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Visa: The work visa covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Mexico. U.S. citizens entering Mexico for purposes of employment, regardless of the
length of stay, are required to obtain an FM-3 visa. The FM-3 visa will entitle the Transferee to remain
and work in Mexico for the period of validity of the visa. Business unit should use LMC immigration
provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) and Tax Treaty with Mexico. To
determine whether your program may be entitled to any tax benefits under these agreements, use IBNS to
obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

LMC Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the LMC legal presence in country can
be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax and International
Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: Upon arrival in Mexico, business travelers must complete and submit a form
(Form FM-N) authorizing the conduct of business for a 30-day period. The FM-N form can be issued by
travel agencies, airlines, or upon arrival and is intended for occasional business travel to Mexico. In order
to obtain this form, you must carry with you a letter from your company, on official letterhead, which
details the exact nature of trip, length of stay, gives name and address of business contact, and guarantees
all expenses and round trip transportation.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Elizabeth Karcher at 301-548-2141 (elizabeth.a.karcher@lmco.com) or Shantel Dobbins at 301-548-
2138 (shantel.dobbins@lmco.com).

                                     Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Morocco

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to Morocco for a stay up to 90 days. A valid passport and return airline ticket are required.
Employment is not permitted during the stay. Activities are limited to market research, liaison work,
negotiating agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings and other related activities that do
not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa
firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Morocco. U.S. citizens entering Morocco for purposes of employment, regardless of
the length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration
provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Tax Treaty with Morocco. To determine whether your program may be
entitled to any tax benefits under this agreement, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: NO – Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: U.S. citizens are encouraged to carry a copy of their U.S. passports with them at all
times, so that, if questioned by local officials, proof of identity and U.S. citizenship is readily available.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
LaTonya Dawson at 301-548-2149 (latonya.dawson@lmco.com), Sharmila Venkata at 301-548-2143
(sharmila.b.venkata@lmco.com) or Lourdes Cockey at 301-548-2140 (lourdes.cockey@lmco.com).




                                      Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                  Updated December 2010
Oman

Business Visitor Visa: YES – A business visitor visa and passport are required for U.S. citizens to
undertake business visits to Oman. The maximum length of stay is 21 days. The validity period of the
applicant's passport should not be less than six months. Adequate funds and proof of an onward/return
ticket, though not required, are strongly recommended. Employment in Oman is not authorized with a
business visa. Activities are limited to market research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits,
holding internal business meetings and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge
expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Oman. U.S. citizens entering Oman for purposes of employment, regardless of the
length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration
provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate Tax
direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file, you
must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) or Tax Treaty with Oman.
Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: The visa can be obtained upon arrival, however obtaining a visa prior to departure is
recommended to avoid delays. A `No Objection Certificate' can be arranged by the sponsoring company
in Oman. The business visitor is given the number of the `No Objection Certificate' which is to be given
to the officials at the airport upon entry. Also, the traveler must carry a business introduction letter. The
traveler should call the airlines to verify if they will be allowed to board the plane without a visa.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
LaTonya Dawson at 301-548-2149 (latonya.dawson@lmco.com), Sharmila Venkata at 301-548-2143
(sharmila.b.venkata@lmco.com) or Lourdes Cockey at 301-548-2140 (lourdes.cockey@lmco.com).

                                     Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Pakistan

Business Visitor Visa: YES – A business visitor visa and passport are required for U.S. citizens to
undertake business visits to Pakistan for a stay up to three months. Passport must be valid for at least 6
months before expiry. A Letter of Invitation from the organization you will be visiting in Pakistan is
required. All visas require a sponsor, can take several months to process, and must be obtained prior to
arrival. Employment in Pakistan is not authorized with a business visa. Activities are limited to market
research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings and other
related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from
the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Visa: The work visa covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Pakistan. U.S. citizens entering Pakistan for purposes of employment, regardless of
the length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization prior to entering Pakistan. As a general rule,
you are not legally allowed to work in Pakistan until you are in possession of a work permit. Business
unit should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Tax Treaty with Pakistan. To determine whether your program may be
entitled to any tax benefits under this agreement, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: NO – Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: Medical clearance certificate is required for Swine Flu for travel to Pakistan. You are
required to get a medical clearance from your doctor confirming you do not have the H1N1 virus.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
LaTonya Dawson at 301-548-2149 (latonya.dawson@lmco.com), Sharmila Venkata at 301-548-2143
(sharmila.b.venkata@lmco.com) or Lourdes Cockey at 301-548-2140 (lourdes.cockey@lmco.com).




                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Peru

Business Visit Visa: YES – A business visitor visa is required for U.S. citizens to undertake business
visits to Peru for a stay up to 90 days. A valid passport is required to enter and depart Peru. Visitors must
also provide evidence of return or onward travel. Employment in Peru is not authorized with a business
visa. Activities limited to market research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits, holding
internal business meetings and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to
the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Visa: The work visa covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Peru. U.S. citizens entering Peru for purposes of employment, regardless of the length
of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration provider
via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) and Tax Treaty with Peru.
Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: All travelers must provide a fingerprint of the right thumb on the application form.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Elizabeth Karcher at 301-548-2141 (elizabeth.a.karcher@lmco.com) or Shantel Dobbins at 301-548-
2138 (shantel.dobbins@lmco.com).




                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Philippines

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business/entry visa is required for U.S. citizens to enter the Philippines.
Upon entry into the Philippines, immigration authorities will annotate the visitor’s passport with a
temporary visitor’s visa/authorized stay valid for 21 days. A U.S. passport, valid for at least six months
after the date of entry into the Philippines, and a return or onward ticket are required. If an extension of
stay is required after 21 days, an application for extension of stay must be submitted to the Bureau of
Immigration. Employment in the Philippines is not authorized under a temporary visitor’s visa.
Activities are limited to prospecting for areas of investment, attending international conferences,
educational or business meetings, convocations or conventions, traveling salesmen, factory or
agricultural experts, consulting engineers, market research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site
visits, holding internal business meetings and other related activities. Seek assistance from the LMC
passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Visa: The work visa covers all employment related and other activities, including gainful
employment, revenue generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must
obtain the appropriate work visa and/or permit through a local petitioner or sponsor. U.S. citizens
entering Philippines for purposes of employment, regardless of the length of stay, are required to obtain
the proper work visa and/or permit. Business unit should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) and Tax Treaty with Philippines. To
determine whether your program may be entitled to any tax benefits under these agreements, use IBNS to
obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: Visitors who overstay their visas or perform work without the proper work visa
and/or permit are subject to fines, detention and deportation by Philippine immigration authorities.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Elizabeth Karcher at 301-548-2141 (elizabeth.a.karcher@lmco.com) or Shantel Dobbins at 301-548-
2138 (shantel.dobbins@lmco.com).

                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Puerto Rico

Business Visitor Visa: Puerto Rico is a territory of the United States. U.S. citizens traveling to and
returning directly from a U.S. territory are not considered to have left the United States and do not need
to present a passport. If entering a U.S. territory from another country, a valid passport is required. Seek
assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Authorization: Puerto Rico is a territory of the United States. U.S. citizens traveling to and
returning directly from a U.S. territory are not considered to have left the United States and do not need
to present a passport. There are no restrictions for U.S. citizens traveling to and from Puerto Rico.
Foreign nationals, except U.S. citizens, are not permitted to work in Puerto Rico without work
authorization.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) or a Tax Treaty with Puerto
Rico. Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: If entering a U.S. territory from another country, a valid passport is required.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Harold Pierce at 301-548-2398 (harold.a.pierce@lmco.com) or Bethany Miller at 301-548-2132
(bethany.h.miller@lmco.com).




                                     Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Qatar

Business Visitor Visa: YES – A business visitor visa and valid passport with six months validity
remaining are required for U.S. citizens to undertake business visits to Qatar greater than 30 days. Your
visa will be refused if your passport contains any Israeli stamps or visas. You are able to apply for a
second passport under these conditions. Employment in Qatar is not authorized with a business visa.
Activities are limited to market research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits, holding
internal business meetings and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to
the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Qatar. U.S. citizens entering Qatar for purposes of employment, regardless of the
length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration
provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) or Tax Treaty with Qatar.
Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

LMC Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the LMC legal presence in country can
be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax and International
Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: U.S. citizens may obtain a single-entry business visa at Doha International Airport
upon arrival. The traveler must also take a business letter. Single-entry business visas must be paid by
credit card only. Cash is not accepted. Visas are valid for 30 days and may be extended for an additional
30 days for a fee. However, U.S.-citizen travelers will be able to clear Qatari immigration more quickly
and be granted a longer stay in country by obtaining visas prior to arrival.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
LaTonya Dawson at 301-548-2149 (latonya.dawson@lmco.com), Sharmila Venkata at 301-548-2143
(sharmila.b.venkata@lmco.com) or Lourdes Cockey at 301-548-2140 (lourdes.cockey@lmco.com).


                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information               Updated December 2010
Romania

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to Romania for a stay up to 90 days within any six-month period. A valid passport and
return airline ticket are required. Employment is not permitted during the stay. Activities limited to
market research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings and
other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance
from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Romania. U.S. citizens entering Romania for purposes of employment, regardless of
the length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration
provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on
file, you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) and Tax Treaty with Romania. To
determine whether your program may be entitled to any tax benefits under these agreements, use IBNS
to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: For stays longer than 90 days, an extension of stay may be obtained in Romania from
the Romanian Immigration Office in the area of residence. The Government of Romania is enforcing
visa regulations more vigorously than in the past and a record of visa overstay can result in the
assessment of large fines, temporary denial of permission to leave Romania, and the denial of future
entry into Romania without a visa for a specified time.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Elizabeth Karcher at 301-548-2141 (elizabeth.a.karcher@lmco.com) or Shantel Dobbins at 301-548-
2138 (shantel.dobbins@lmco.com).


                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Russia

Business Visit Visa: YES – A business visitor visa and valid passport are required for U.S. citizens to
undertake business visits to Russia. Under Russian law, every foreign traveler must have a Russian-based
sponsor and receive a Letter of Invitation from them for the visa application. The duration of the stay
allowed is dependent on the period requested in the invitation letter. Employment in Russia is not
authorized with a business visa. Activities are limited to market research, liaison work, negotiating
agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings and other related activities that do not generate
revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via
LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Russia. U.S. citizens entering Russia for purposes of employment, regardless of the
length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration
provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate Tax
direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file, you
must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Tax Treaty with Russia. To determine whether your program may be
entitled to any tax benefits under this agreement, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: The Russian government maintains a restrictive and complicated visa regime for
foreigners who visit, transit, or reside in the Russian Federation. A U.S. citizen who does not comply
with Russian visa laws can be subject to arrest, fines, and/or deportation. Russian authorities will not
allow a U.S. citizen traveler with an expired visa to depart the country until a new visa is approved,
which may take up to 20 days.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Elizabeth Karcher at 301-548-2141 (elizabeth.a.karcher@lmco.com) or Shantel Dobbins at 301-548-
2138 (shantel.dobbins@lmco.com).


                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Saudi Arabia

Business Visitor Visa: YES – A business visa and passport valid for at least six months are required for
U.S. citizens to undertake business visits to Saudi Arabia. At the discretion of the Saudi authorities,
business visitors may be granted a stay of two weeks up to six months. Requires Letter of Invitation issued
by a Saudi person for business reasons. All visas require a sponsor, can take several months to process, and
must be obtained prior to arrival. Employment in Saudi Arabia is not authorized with a business visa.
Activities are limited to negotiating agreements, receiving training, or attending business meetings. Seek
assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Temporary Visit Work Visa: The temporary visit work visa allows employee of a foreign entity that has
no presence in Saudi Arabia to perform temporary work for its clients in Saudi Arabia. Seek assistance
from LMC immigration firm via IHR.

Work Visa: The work visa covers all other activities, including revenue generating activities, project
execution and delivery of service. The process of employing a foreigner in Saudi Arabia is relatively
complicated compared to other countries. The Saudi immigration regulations do not distinguish between
“temporary” or “permanent” work visas. The foreigner must be under sponsorship of a Saudi Arabian
employer. U.S. citizens entering Saudi Arabia for purposes of employment, regardless of the length of stay,
are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate Tax
direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file, you
must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) or a Tax Treaty with Saudi
Arabia. Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax and
International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security assessment.
If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or 5, it is an
elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website for
the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: American citizens have reported being refused a Saudi visa because their passports
reflected travel to Israel, although this has not happened recently. Visitors who overstay their visit in the
Kingdom are subject to a fine of 10,000 Saudi Riyals and incarceration pending deportation proceedings.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
LaTonya Dawson at 301-548-2149 (latonya.dawson@lmco.com), Sharmila Venkata at 301-548-2143
(sharmila.b.venkata@lmco.com) or Lourdes Cockey at 301-548-2140 (lourdes.cockey@lmco.com).
                                     Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Singapore

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to Singapore for a stay up to 30 days. Business visitors to Singapore typically utilize the
Business Visit Pass. In general, a Business Visit Pass is issued for an initial period of 14 to 30 days on
arrival, but may be granted for up to 90 days for certain nationalities at the discretion of Singapore’s
Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA). A passport valid for at least six months and return airline
ticket are required. Employment is not permitted during the stay. Activities limited to market research,
liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings and other related
activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the
LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Employment Pass: The Employment Pass covers all employment related and other activities, including
revenue generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under
sponsorship of an employer in Singapore. U.S. citizens entering Singapore for purposes of employment,
regardless of the length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC
immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) or Tax Treaty with
Singapore. Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: Travelers to the region should note that Singapore does not allow Americans to enter
under any circumstances with fewer than six months of validity remaining on their passport.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Harold Pierce at 301-548-2398 (harold.a.pierce@lmco.com) or Bethany Miller at 301-548-2132
(bethany.h.miller@lmco.com).




                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                Updated December 2010
Slovak Republic

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to Slovak Republic for a stay up to 90 days. The passport should be valid for at least three
months beyond the period of stay. Employment is not permitted during the stay. Activities are limited to
market research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings and
other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance
from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Slovak Republic. U.S. citizens entering Slovak for purposes of employment, regardless
of the length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC
immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate Tax
direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file, you
must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Tax Treaty with Slovak Republic. To determine whether your program may
be entitled to any tax benefits under this agreement, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: All foreigners seeking entry into the Slovak Republic must carry proof of a medical
insurance policy contracted for payment of all costs for hospitalization and medical treatment in the
Slovak Republic.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Elizabeth Karcher at 301-548-2141 (elizabeth.a.karcher@lmco.com) or Shantel Dobbins at 301-548-2138
(shantel.dobbins@lmco.com).




                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
South Africa

Business Visit Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake business
visits to South Africa for a stay up to 90 days. The business visit may be extended in South Africa for an
additional 90 days. A valid passport and return airline ticket are required. Employment is not permitted
during the stay. Activities are limited to market research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site
visits, holding business meetings and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge
expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Visa: The work visa covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must remain employed
abroad by a related company for the duration of the assignment in South Africa. U.S. nationals entering
South Africa for purposes of employment, regardless of the length of stay, are required to obtain work
authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Tax Treaty with South Africa. To determine whether your program may be
entitled to any tax benefits under this agreement, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: South Africa law requires travelers must have two blank pages (unstamped and side
by side) in their passport in order to gain entry into South Africa. This includes travelers who do not
require a visa. These pages are in addition to the endorsement/amendment pages (as many as four) at the
back of the passport. Travelers lacking adequate blank pages in the passport may be refused entry into
South Africa, fined, and returned to their point of origin at the traveler’s expense.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Harold Pierce at 301-548-2398 (harold.a.pierce@lmco.com) or Bethany Miller at 301-548-2132
(bethany.h.miller@lmco.com).



                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                Updated December 2010
Switzerland

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to Switzerland for a stay up to 90 days. A valid passport and return airline ticket are
required. The passport should be valid for at least three months beyond the period of stay. Employment
is not permitted during the stay. Activities are limited to market research, liaison work, negotiating
agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings and other related activities that do not generate
revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via
LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Switzerland. U.S. citizens entering Switzerland for purposes of employment,
regardless of the length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Work permits are available for
intra-company transferees who have worked for Lockheed Martin for at least one year prior to the
transfer. Foreign nationals holding a work permit must register with the local authorities within 14 days
of entry to Switzerland and before commencing employment. Business unit should use LMC
immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) and Tax Treaty with Switzerland. To
determine whether your program may be entitled to any tax benefits under these agreements, please use
IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, please use IBNS to obtain direction from
Corporate Tax and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: Foreign nationals holding a work permit must register with the local authorities
within 14 days of entry to Switzerland and before commencing employment.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Elizabeth Karcher at 301-548-2141 (elizabeth.a.karcher@lmco.com) or Shantel Dobbins at 301-548-
2138 (shantel.dobbins@lmco.com).

                                     Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Taiwan, Republic of China

Business Visitor Visa: YES – A visitor visa and passport with six months validity remaining are
required for U.S. citizens prior to entering Taiwan (Republic of China) for business visits for a stay up to
60 days. Employment in Taiwan is not authorized with a business visa. Activities are limited to market
research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings and other
related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from
the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Taiwan. U.S. citizens entering Taiwan for purposes of employment, regardless of the
length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration
provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) or a Tax Treaty with
Taiwan. Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: Most U.S. citizens visiting Taiwan are visa exempt. As a U.S. passport holder, you
will be allowed to enter Taiwan without a visa for up to 30 days (no extensions permitted) as long as you
have a passport valid for at least six months from the date of entry into Taiwan and have a confirmed
return or onward air ticket.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Harold Pierce at 301-548-2398 (harold.a.pierce@lmco.com) or Bethany Miller at 301-548-2132
(bethany.h.miller@lmco.com).



                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Tunisia

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to Tunisia for a stay up to 90 days. A valid passport with six months remaining from the
day of entry and return airline ticket are required. Employment is not permitted during the stay.
Activities are limited to market research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits, holding
internal business meetings and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to
the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. In addition, if the business stay exceeds
120 days, a residence permit must be obtained from the Tunisian authorities. The foreigner must be
under sponsorship of an employer in Tunisia. U.S. nationals entering Tunisia for purposes of
employment, regardless of the length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit
should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Tax Treaty with Tunisia. To determine whether your program may be
entitled to any tax benefits under this agreement, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: Once the work permit is obtained, the foreign national may apply for a residence
permit from the Interior Ministry. This residence permit has a validity period of one year and can be
renewed after the new and extended work permit has also been obtained at the Ministry.

For IHR Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
LaTonya Dawson at 301-548-2149 (latonya.dawson@lmco.com), Sharmila Venkata at 301-548-2143
(sharmila.b.venkata@lmco.com) or Lourdes Cockey at 301-548-2140 (lourdes.cockey@lmco.com).



                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Turkey

Business Visit Visa: YES – A business visitor visa is required for U.S. citizens to undertake business
visits to Turkey for a stay up to 90 days. Employment in Turkey is not authorized with a business visa.
Activities are limited to market research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits, holding
internal business meetings and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to
the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Turkey. U.S. citizens entering Turkey for purposes of employment, regardless of the
length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration
provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) and Tax Treaty with Turkey. To
determine whether your program may be entitled to any tax benefits under these agreements, use IBNS
to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: Due to a revision of Turkish residency requirements in 2008, all travelers should also
be careful not to stay beyond the date permitted by their visas or residency permits. Once a traveler has
stayed beyond the date permitted in their visa or residency permit, he or she will be subject to
deportation, a fine, and a travel ban restricting their return to Turkey for a period of between three
months to five years. The time of the ban is determined by the length of time of the “overstay.”

For IHR Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
LaTonya Dawson at 301-548-2149 (latonya.dawson@lmco.com), Sharmila Venkata at 301-548-2143
(sharmila.b.venkata@lmco.com) or Lourdes Cockey at 301-548-2140 (lourdes.cockey@lmco.com).



                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information               Updated December 2010
Ukraine

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to Ukraine for a stay up to 90 days. In certain circumstances, an extension of the business
visit may be granted. A passport valid for six months beyond the planned date of travel and return ticket
are required. Employment is not permitted during the stay. Activities are limited to market research,
liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings and other related
activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the
LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Ukraine. U.S. citizens entering Ukraine for purposes of employment, regardless of the
length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration
provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate Tax
direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file, you
must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Tax Treaty with Venezuela. To determine whether your program may be
entitled to any tax benefits under this agreement, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: Upon arrival, you must fill out an immigration card and provide an address in
Ukraine. This card must be kept in your passport for the entire in stay in Ukraine. If you change your
address, you must register that change with the appropriate authorities.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Elizabeth Karcher at 301-548-2141 (elizabeth.a.karcher@lmco.com) or Shantel Dobbins at 301-548-
2138 (shantel.dobbins@lmco.com).




                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                Updated December 2010
United Arab Emirates

Business Visitor Visa: YES – A business visitor visa and passport are required for U.S. citizens prior to
entering the United Arab Emirates for business visits for a stay greater than 30 days. If your stay is
longer than 30 days, you will need to have a visa issued from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Embassy
before you depart. However, U.S. citizens no longer need to obtain a visa prior to entry if the duration of
stay is less than one (1) month. Employment in the UAE is not permitted with a business visa. Activities
are limited to market research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits, holding internal business
meetings and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity.
Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in the United Arab Emirates. U.S. citizens entering the United Arab Emirates for
purposes of employment, regardless of the length of stay, are required to obtain work
authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) or a Tax Treaty with the
United Arab Emirates. Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: For business travel of 30 days or fewer, U.S. citizens holding valid passports may
obtain a visitor visa upon arrival at any authorized port of entry for no fee. For a longer stay, a traveler
must obtain a visa before arrival in the UAE.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
LaTonya Dawson at 301-548-2149 (latonya.dawson@lmco.com), Sharmila Venkata at 301-548-2143
(sharmila.b.venkata@lmco.com) or Lourdes Cockey at 301-548-2140 (lourdes.cockey@lmco.com).



                                     Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                  Updated December 2010
United Kingdom

Business Visitor Visa: NO – A business visitor visa is not required for U.S. citizens to undertake
business visits to the United Kingdom for a stay up to 180 days in any 12-month period. A valid passport
and return airline ticket are required. Employment is not permitted during the stay, regardless paid or
unpaid. Activities are limited to market research, liaison work, negotiating or making contracts, site
visits, holding internal business meetings/briefings and other related activities that do not generate
revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via
LM TravelSource.

Work Permit: The work permit covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. Among other qualifications, employee
must have been employed by Lockheed Martin for at least 12 months. The foreigner must be under
sponsorship of an employer in the United Kingdom. U.S. citizens entering the United Kingdom for
purposes of employment, regardless of the length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization prior
to entry. Business unit should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) and Tax Treaty with the United
Kingdom. To determine whether your program may be entitled to any tax benefits under these
agreements, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: It is your personal responsibility to ensure that you have the appropriate permission
to enter the United Kingdom. The U.S. Embassy in London cannot intervene with any application, nor
can it secure entry on behalf of U.S. citizens who arrive without a visa when one is required.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Judith Rochester at 301-548-2144 (judith.a.rochester@lmco.com), Norma Douglas at 301-548-2148
(norma.j.douglas@lmco.com) or Séverine Rosée at 301-548-2146 or (severine.a.rosee@lmco.com).


                                   Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                Updated December 2010
United States

Business Visitor Visa: YES – There are two types of entry for business visitors: (2) the B-1 business
visa application process and (1) entry under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP), for citizens of designated
countries coming to the United States for business visits of 90 days or less. A business visitor visa (B-1)
is required for temporary business-related travel to the United States. A sponsor is required. Employment
is not permitted during stay. In general, the activities of business visitors must be associated with
international trade or commerce and must principally benefit the business person or entity abroad.
Activities are limited to business venture, sales/selling, trade show or business event attendee conference,
meeting, and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity.
Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Temporary Worker Visa: Foreign nationals are not permitted to work in the United States without
authorization. The principal employment authorization categories for temporary workers are the H-1B
classification for specialty professionals and the L-1 classification for intra-company transferees. For the
L-1 visa, the transferee must have been working for Lockheed Martin for at least 12 months. Business
unit should use LMC immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal presence
in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax and
International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: Under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP), citizens of designated countries are not
required to obtain a visitor visa. They must obtain advance authorization to board a carrier to the United
States, through the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) program. The ESTA registration
is made online at https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Elizabeth Karcher at 301-548-2141 (elizabeth.a.karcher@lmco.com) or Shantel Dobbins at 301-548-
2138 (shantel.dobbins@lmco.com).


                                    Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                 Updated December 2010
Venezuela

Business Visit Visa: YES – A business visitor visa and passport are required for U.S. citizens to
undertake business visits to Venezuela. The business visa is granted for multiple entries and for a one-
year validity period. The maximum length of stay on each visit is 90 days. The passport must have at
least six months validity remaining from the date of arrival in Venezuela. Some U.S. citizens have been
turned back because their passports were to expire in less than six months. Additionally, the passport
must be in good condition, as some have been delayed for having a passport in poor condition.
Employment in Venezuela is not authorized with a business visa. Activities are limited to market
research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits, holding internal business meetings and other
related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity. Seek assistance from
the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Visa: The work visa covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Venezuela. U.S. citizens entering Venezuela for purposes of employment, regardless
of the length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC
immigration provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: YES – The U.S has a Tax Treaty with Venezuela. To determine whether your program may be
entitled to any tax benefits under this agreement, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: An exit tax and airport fee must be paid when departing Venezuela. Payment of these
fees is usually included in the airline ticket price. If the fees are not included in the ticket, the fees must
be paid in local currency at the airport.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Elizabeth Karcher at 301-548-2141 (elizabeth.a.karcher@lmco.com) or Shantel Dobbins at 301-548-
2138 (shantel.dobbins@lmco.com).

                                     Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                  Updated December 2010
Vietnam

Business Visitor Visa: YES – A business visitor visa and passport are required for U.S. citizens to
undertake business visits to Vietnam. Vietnamese business visas may be issued for a maximum period of
90 days, and can be either single or multiple-entry. U.S. citizens are cautioned that Vietnamese
immigration regulations require foreigners entering Vietnam to undertake only the activity for which
their visas were issued. Employment in Vietnam is not authorized with a business visa. Activities are
limited to market research, liaison work, negotiating agreements, site visits, holding internal business
meetings and other related activities that do not generate revenue or charge expenses to the host entity.
Seek assistance from the LMC passport/visa firm via LM TravelSource.

Work Visa: The work visa covers all employment related and other activities, including revenue
generating activities, project execution and delivery of service. The foreigner must be under sponsorship
of an employer in Vietnam. U.S. citizens entering Vietnam for purposes of employment, regardless of
the length of stay, are required to obtain work authorization. Business unit should use LMC immigration
provider via IHR.

International TDY Authorized: NO – If your project has a completed IBNS case, follow Corporate
Tax direction regarding badging and tax equalization. If your project does not have an IBNS case on file,
you must receive IHR approval before sending an employee on International TDY.

Taxes: NO – The U.S does not have a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) or Tax Treaty with Vietnam.
Use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax.

Lockheed Martin Legal Presence in Country: YES – To find out whether the Lockheed Martin legal
presence in country can be used for your opportunity, use IBNS to obtain direction from Corporate Tax
and International Subsidiary Management.

Security: Check with the Security Trip Planner on the LM TravelSource for the latest security
assessment. If your destination country has a Country Security Assessment Rating (CSAR) value of 4 or
5, it is an elevated risk location and you must obtain business unit approval before traveling.

Vaccinations: Countries may require vaccinations if your immediately prior point of departure is from
certain countries deemed a health risk. Review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website
for the most up-to-date health requirements for each segment of the trip.

Other Comments: U.S. Citizens arriving without an appropriate Vietnamese visa or exemption
document will not be permitted to enter, and will be subject to immediate deportation.

For Assistance or More Information: Contact an IHR International Assignment Consultant:
Harold Pierce at 301-548-2398 (harold.a.pierce@lmco.com) or Bethany Miller at 301-548-2132
(bethany.h.miller@lmco.com).




                                   Lockheed Martin Proprietary Information                Updated December 2010

				
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