Company Files for Part 110 Export License with NRC

NRC Form 7 is the license application for Part 110. Completed applications and processing fee should be sent to the Deputy Director, Office of International Programs, at the NRC.

NRC Form 7

Deputy Director
Office of International Programs
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Washington, DC 20555-0001

More Information:

For proposed exports of nuclear facilities, source and/or special nuclear material, NRC asks the Department of State to coordinate review by interested Executive Branch agencies (Energy, Defense, and Commerce Departments), which includes:

  • Obtaining assurances from the foreign government that parties are authorized to receive the items subject to the terms of a Section 123 Agreement for Cooperation in the Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy; and
  • Providing views as to whether export licensing criteria are met

After the export license is issued, DOE and NRC manage the Nuclear Materials Management & Safeguards System (NMMSS), which tracks nuclear materials. DOE also processes subsequent arrangements, such as the re-transfer of U.S.-origin nuclear material or equipment.

See the NRC website for more information.

The Civil Nuclear Export Portal can be viewed as a Flow Chart (PDF) or in Step-By-Step format.


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