Export Controls: Awareness and Application - Day 2, Deemed Exports Detailed Event Information For Export Controls: Awareness and Application - Day 2, Deemed Exports
Export Controls: Awareness and Application - Day 2, Deemed Exports -- Aircraft/Aircraft Parts, Airport/Ground Support Eq., Aviation Services, Computer Software, Defense Industry Eq., General Science & Technology, Information Services, Telecommunications Services
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Location/Date: Seattle, WA, United States 08/01/2012 - 08/01/2012
Event Summary:
The Export Administration Regulations covers the release of controlled technology to foreign nationals in the United States. This is referred to as a "Deemed Export". Many firms are unaware of this regulation, yet it has significant implications, not only for companies that hire foreign nationals but also for universities, research laboratories, and high technology research centers that host visiting researchers, students and scientists from overseas.

Stephen Hall, from the Bureau of Industry and Security will examine questions often posed by businesses like

- what is “use technology” and "fundamental research"?

- what is the proper procedure to fill out an application for export license where the product is technology?

-what is the correct way to complete the export control question on the DHS I-129 non-immigrant visa form?

-how do federal R&D facilities comply with the regulations when they are working with contractors?

-what are the export control regulations on emerging technologies?

- how can your company create a compliance tool that addresses these regulations?

-what technologies are being sought and what countries are deemed licenses being approved?

- are there technologies that no licenses are needed when research is being conducted ?


Contacts:
Diane Mooney, Seattle
USEAC Director
Phone: 206-553-5615,ext. 236
Diane.Mooney@trade.gov