Foreign Nationals Questions
- How do I know if a foreign national would be subject to the "deemed export" rule?
- How are individuals handled who are permanent residents or citizens of countries other than those of their nationality?
- What if the individual is a foreign national of one country, say India, but has obtained permanent residency in another, say the U.K.?
- What if the individual is a foreign national of one country, say India, but has obtained permanent residency in another, say the U.K., and comes to the United States?
- If this same Indian foreign national traveled to visit facilities in a third country, say Germany, do the licensing requirements change, or is the release still treated as a transfer to the U.K. for licensing purposes?
- Now, what about changes in nationality? If a person was a citizen of India but subsequently became a citizen of the U.K., how is that person treated for export control purposes?
- What if the Indian foreign national becomes a citizen of the U.K. but retains his or her Indian citizenship, as well? This is the situation of people who have dual-citizenship.
- I have read elsewhere on your web page the requirements for information that the Bureau of Export Administration (BXA) wants in order to process a "deemed export" license application. I see that you require a lot of personal data, including citizenship and country of origin. I understand that I cannot ask for such information from my employees under the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission (EEOC) rules. How do I get that information?
- What is a "deemed re-export"?