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Archive for June 2017

Agreement Amendment Requirements for USML Category XI and XV

November 10, 2017 will mark three years from the effective date of the Export Control Reform transition of USML Category XV and December 30, 2017 will mark three years from the effective date of the Export Control Reform transition of USML Category XI. It is vital that all agreements including items that have transitioned to the EAR be amended, or alternative licensing […]

Drop-shipping

A common situation that U.S. companies may find themselves in is selling and shipping to a U.S. company, and then being asked to ship directly to a foreign company. This practice, known as drop-shipping, turns the U.S. company into an exporter and with it all the responsibilities of being the U.S. Principal Party in Interest […]

ITAR Canadian Exemption Provision

Prior to utilizing the ITAR Canadian exemption provision to export hardware and technical data related to defense services, exporters must receive a certification that ensures that the end use of the item is allowed under the exemption provision. Additionally, the certification should limit delivery/end use of the defense article being produced directly to an identified […]