Rayé pour l'étranger

English translation: removed when moved/going abroad

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French term or phrase:Rayé pour l\'étranger
English translation:removed when moved/going abroad
Entered by: Nathalie Wilson

08:44 Jan 23, 2020
French to English translations [PRO]
Certificates, Diplomas, Licenses, CVs / Belgium: dealings with local municipality - certificate of historical residence
French term or phrase: Rayé pour l'étranger
Hello fellow linguists,
I wonder if anyone could help me with translation of the above in the context of a certificate of historical residence. Under 'Résidence' in the document, the individual to whom the certificate corresponds is listed as 'Rayé pour l'étranger'.
Does anyone know what 'rayé' means here? I have not come across it before in this context.
Could it just be a way of saying 'has gone abroad' / 'resident abroad' or is it perhaps something like 'deported', given in other contexts I have seen it mean 'remove'?
I would welcome anyone's insight into this.
Thank you in advance for your help!
Nathalie Wilson
removed when moved/going abroad
Explanation:
La mention « rayé pour l’étranger » (code 00992) tant que la personne concernée n’est
pas inscrite aux registres consulaires à l’étranger (voir – TI 018)

https://www.ksz-bcss.fgov.be/sites/default/files/assets/serv...
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Juan Arturo Blackmore Zerón
Mexico
Local time: 19:10
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removed when moved/going abroad


Explanation:
La mention « rayé pour l’étranger » (code 00992) tant que la personne concernée n’est
pas inscrite aux registres consulaires à l’étranger (voir – TI 018)

https://www.ksz-bcss.fgov.be/sites/default/files/assets/serv...

Juan Arturo Blackmore Zerón
Mexico
Local time: 19:10
Native speaker of: Spanish
PRO pts in category: 4
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Merci!
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