Import Export License and Export Control Compliance Consultants & LawyersUSA import and export control compliance is critical to companies seeking to avoid fines and legal action from the government. Failure to comply with ITAR export control regulations and import export company registration requirements can cause serious implications from government investigations.

When it comes to the guidance of the Export Administration Regulations and ITAR Regulations, companies come to our consultants for help.

Watson & Associates’ import export business consultants provide detailed guidance to large and small businesses, domestic and overseas. We help with getting import and export license in the USA and provide legal advice when there is a problem. 

Becoming compliant obviously reduced unnecessary business disruptions. A common mistake made by new small export business owners is the assumption that they’ll need a special license to import goods into the United States. We offer:

  • Prompt turnaround
  • Get detailed and reliable advice to become compliant
  • Legal help at a fraction of the costs that larger firms charge
  • Free initial consultation

Call our import export business consultanttoday to avoid costly mistakes with export control reform and to schedule a free initial consultation. 1-866-601-5518.

At Watson & Associates, LLC our export control lawyers help clients from the initial stages of the export license process through compliance and developing the proper internal controls and policies. Our focus is to keep our clients away from headaches.

We help clients in all state and overseas: Our ITAR export controls compliance consultants help clients to navigate through the various nuances of EECN laws and to comply with the various Export Administration Regulations (EAR).

Import Export Business Consulting and Legal Services 

Clients use export control legal services for various reasons.  Watson’s export import consultants  help by:

  • Assisting business with development of sound import and export control compliance procedures
  • Import and export license requirements
  • Guidance on how to get import export license 
  • Export definitions
  • ITAR compliance
  • Export license applications
  • Regulatory compliance consulting
  • Investigations and enforcement for small export businesses
  • Internal corporate compliance with gun control matters
  • Import export company registration
  • Provide consulting and legal advice to clients on export classification and export controls compliance for technology, commodities, services, and software.
  • Various export documents and regulatory compliance solutions
  • Help with the Commerce Control List (CCL) in relation to import & export products
  • Preparing agreements and export licenses for submission.
  • Export control compliance due diligence in international and domestic requirements
  • Provide legal advice on developments on U.S. import export policy.
  • Implementing compliance officer duties
  • Export control training

Contact ITAR Export Control Attorney Wayne White for a Free Initial Consultation at 1-866-601-5518.

Industries

  • Aerospace & defense/commercial aviation
  • Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals
  • Commercial electronics
  • Computer hardware & semiconductors
  • Cyber Security
  • Data processing
  • Gun control
  • Energy & power generation – nuclear & fossil fuel
  • Engineering & construction
  • Financial services
  • Force protection services
  • Industrial process controls
  • IT infrastructure & encryption
  • Machine tools
  • Medical equipment
  • Military electronics
  • Satellite & unmanned vehicles
  • Software
  • Special and composite materials & metals
  • Telecommunications

See important information on ITAR DSP-5 Licensing Requirements for Foreign Employees.

What Imports and Exports are Allowed When I Have a General Export License? 10 CFR Part 110 Subpart C  of import and export license requirements covers specific items requiring a general license that will authorize only certain items. If the commodity you wish to export/import is subject to NRC export/import licensing and not among those identified and authorized under one of the general license provisions, a specific NRC export/import specific license is required.

When Do I Need an Export License? A very small percentage of total U.S. exports and reexports require an export license. Less than 5% of total US exports require a license. You have to conduct due diligence to see whether your export requires a license or other export document. License requirements are dependent upon many factors. This is an area where Watson’s Import Export Business Consultants can help.

What Type of Firearms are Governed By the Commerce Control List (CCL Gun Control)? Under the CCL rules, the Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) has jurisdiction over shotguns with a barrel length of 18 inches or more and related  gun control components. BIS also has jurisdiction over muzzle loading rifles and handguns, air guns, replica firearms, shotgun shells and components, and most optical sighting devices for firearms.

Export Definitions Export Violations 

Small export business owners involved in the import and export control business can face serious violations for non-compliance. Such violations include fines up to $1,000,000 and/or imprisonment up to 10 years for individuals).

ITAR export controls penalties focus on individual violations. Therefore, having multiple violations can lead to an enormous amount violation penalties.

These penalties apply to single violations of import and export license requirements; multiple violations in the same project can easily result in enormous penalties.

Our export import consultants and export controllaw firm provides legal counsel  and export control training about import export license requirements to contractors throughout the United States and overseas including Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Washington DC, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, and Virgin Islands. Call our import consultants today for immediate help.

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For immediate help with regulatory compliance consulting, import export licenses and export controls compliance matters, call our Import Export License Consultant and export control lawyers at 1-866-601-5518 for a FREE consultation or contact us online.