The first thing to consider when inheriting money from a foreign country is the tax implications. In the United States, inherited money is generally not subject to income tax. 

However, there may be estate or inheritance taxes imposed by the foreign country where the money originated. 

It is important to consult with a tax professional to determine what taxes may apply and how to properly report the inheritance to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). 

Another factor to consider is currency exchange. When you inherit money from a foreign country, you will likely receive the inheritance in the currency of that country. 

This means you will need to exchange the foreign currency for your home currency to use the money. 

Currency exchange rates fluctuate constantly, so it is important to be aware of the current exchange rate to ensure you receive a fair value for the inheritance.

If the inheritance is held in a foreign bank account, you may need to comply with reporting requirements under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA). 

Foreign financial institutions are required by FATCA to provide the IRS with information regarding accounts owned by US taxpayers. 

Significant fines may apply if the FATCA reporting obligations are not met. Inheriting money from a foreign country may also involve legal considerations.