What countries have no extradition treaties with the US?
We will not list which Countries do not, but as of 2010, 110 Countries out of 192 or 194 have extradition with United States. So leaves bout 84 out there that so-called dont. Never seen list of counties that dont, although have seen many shows with guy`s fleeing to countrys that supposedly dont have, but still ended up being arrested. So not sure who really is out there.
Countries with diplomatic relations but no extradition treaty
The United States maintains diplomatic relations, but does not have extradition treaties with the following countries: Afghanistan, Algeria, Andorra, Angola, Armenia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Cape Verde, the Central African Republic, Chad, China (People's Republic of China), the Union of the Comoros, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Cote d' Ivoire, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Indonesia, Jordan, Kosovo, Kuwait, Laos, Lebanon, Libya, Madagascar, the Maldives, Mali, the Marshall Islands, Mauritania, the Federated States of Micronesia, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Niger, Oman, Qatar, the Russian Federation, Rwanda, Samoa, São Tomé & Príncipe, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Serbia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, Vanuatu, Vietnam, Yemen, and Zimbabwe.
Countries without treaties or diplomatic relations
If the government says you are anti-semitic or Nazi or enemy of the state as they claim they will come get you. But if you are Jewish and do something you are probably ok. I find it makes sense to move to another country, because in your own country you know good and bad elements. In a new country you will be aware and not do anything stupid. If you have nothing to lose I would suggest living other places with better taxes and cheaper food. The USA is finished as a decent country. It's so big and hard to get around the cities. Move to Europe and see beautiful cities.
The countries which have neither diplomatic relations nor extradition treaties with the U.S. are: Bhutan, Iran, Taiwan, and Korea (North).
Yes, the US has extradition treaties with many other countries.
There are more than 100 countries that currently have extradition treaties with the USA. See the related link below for a list of countries.
I don't believe that there are any continental South American countries that do not have an extradition agreement with the US.
Every country has no extradition treaties with the.
Navada and Colorado are both states, therefore, they do not have treaties with one another. Countries have treaties. All states within the US are subject to extradition within the US.
which countries have no extradition treaties with the Philippines
I think most developed countries have treaties setup with all other countries. These treaties can be for business, bilateral ties, criminal extradition etc.
hich countries do not have automatic extradition with France
The United States and South Korea are currently the only two countries (as of 2013) that have extradition treaties with Japan.
According to the Bangkok Nation website: "At present, Thailand has extradition treaties with 14 countries - the US, UK, Canada, China, Belgium, Philippines, Indonesia, Laos, Cambodia, Malaysia, South Korea, Bangladesh, Fiji, and Australia."
ALL of the European Common Market Countries have extradition treaties with the U.S.
United arab emirates DOES NOT have extradition with US
No. It has extradition treaties with most countries in the world.
Yes. Both countries have extradition treaties between each other.
none i think
India maintains extradition treaties with about 30 other countries.
It is attempted to be worked out throught diplomatic channels - however - (as far as the US goes) there are very few countries that don't have extradition treaties with the US and those that don't...... you probably wouldn't want to live there.
Nebraska will extradite to and from all other states within the United States. Extradition to other countries is covered by US law. The US State Dept keeps an up to date list of countries the the USA maintains extradition treaties with.
US has an extradition treaty with Thailand. The treaty was signed at Washington on December 14, 1983. The treaty is mainly relating to extradition. Please refer the link in sources for the complete treaty. Hope this helps.
Rather than list the countries that DON'T have extradition treaties with Canada the link below will list all the countries that DO have extradition treaties with Canada. You may compare this list against all the other nations of the world and make your own list. See below link:
THe USA does and I would say almost all the European countries. Maybe some of the Asian countries and Korea wouldn't have treaties.
Pakistan has signed extradition treaty with USA, China and UAE.
Spain and the US have 4 extradition Treaties. The last one went into effect in 1999.
Georgia's in the US
Ireland has extradition treaties with nearly all countries. Most countries have written these treaties with the provision that they will not surrender their own citizens to a foreign country.
The purpose of extradition treaties is used by countries and authorities to recover criminals in most cases or individuals from one country and to another to be tried in court or to be extradited to the requesting country.
Only Thailand and China have extradition treaties (not ratified by Cambodia) with Cambodia under the UNTOC and OECD.
Dubai has extradition treaties at least with Afghanistan, the UK, Australia, and Iran, if not others.
No. Mexico has extradition treaties with most countries in the world.
TREASON against the United States is a crime which can be committed outside the country for which you can be charged in the US. For other crimes committed on foreign soil, you can be charged in the US as a FUGITIVE and held pending extradition from those countries with whom we have extradition treaties.
There's no such thing you either have an extradition treaty with another country or you don't. You don't have a treaty to say you wont ask for extradition.
Yes. Going to Mexico is like fleeing into another US' state due to extradition treaties among both countries.
Yes, as an example, that's how Manuel Noriega was prosecuted in the US.
It appears no. Extradition treaties with Brazil: https://www.loc.gov/law/help/extradition-of-citizens/chart.php
What would happen if someone committed a murder in the US and then fled across the border into another country?
In the US the only two borders you can flee across are the Canadian and the Mexican borders. The US has extradition treaties with both countries.
all EU states, most other European and North American countries etc
No such treaty exists between UK-Japan. Japan has extradition treaties with two countries, USA and the Republic of Korea (in effect as of 2006).
Why do escaped American convicts attempt to hide in Mexico and panama can they not be arrested in these countries?
Yes they can, as the US has extradition treaties with both Mexico and Panama. Convicts are not the sharpest knives in the kitchen, you know.
This question gets asked about 1/2 dozen times a month and it has never been answered because no one has the time to research the laws of every single country on the face of the earth to find out the answer. Suffice it to say that - the countries that don't have extradition treaties with the U.S. - - you wouldn't want to live there.
No, it doesn't - which makes it a good place to hide out. For a map of which countries do and don't have extradition treaties with the UK, go to Wiki and type in 'UK Extradition Act'. You can see at a glance your likely boltholes.
Yes you can ! The UK has extradition treaties with all EU countries (and most of the rest of the world !)
The Philippines has extradition treaties with several countries. It would depend on which country in America you are referring to.
As far as my research shows, Ecuador does have an extradition treaty with the US. There is a link to a PDF describing that treaty in the related links.
The Philippines has concluded extradition treaties with Indonesia (1976), Australia (1988), Canada (1989), Switzerland (1989), Micronesia (1990) the United States (1994), Hong Kong and South Korea. All these treaties follow the "non-list" type of double criminality approach, where there is no traditional listing of crimes, as this could lead to difficulties where the countries denominate crimes differently.
Sri Lanka, Brazil, and Morrocco. ... After someone has posted the above, I make this link to an article by Karen Fish which suggests there are 160 countries which Italy has no extradition agreement with, but they do not include Brazil or Sri Lanka. http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/14300292-amanda-knox-italy-has-no-extradition-treaty-with-160-countries
Yes, it has extradition treaties with most developed countries such as the United States, Japan or the whole Europe.
They all do. However, since the United States has relatively weak diplomatic relations with Cuba, extradition between the two is extremely rare and a very lengthy process.
No. UAE and the Philippines does not have any extradition treaty.