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 +If RFCs-to-be come in with internationalized characters (e.g., in name, postal address, example), the expectatin is to ask the i18n directorate for review assistance. If that is not possible, either because the review team has closed and/or is unable to complete a review, the first step will be to reach out to the Apps ADs for assistance, and if they have no guidance or is unresponsive,​ send a request for assistance to the rfc-interest mailing list. 
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 Some discussion of requirements,​ goals, and desires around non-ASCII characters are at https://​www.rfc-editor.org/​rse/​wiki/​doku.php?​id=formatreq. Some discussion of requirements,​ goals, and desires around non-ASCII characters are at https://​www.rfc-editor.org/​rse/​wiki/​doku.php?​id=formatreq.
 The table below summarizes a taxonomy of cases where (non-ASCII) UTF-8 might or might not be allowed, along with some thoughts. The intent is that each row represents a separate policy decision. The table below summarizes a taxonomy of cases where (non-ASCII) UTF-8 might or might not be allowed, along with some thoughts. The intent is that each row represents a separate policy decision.
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