THE IMMIGRATION PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO U.S. EXPORT CONTROL REGULATIONS
BY RAMI FAKHOURY
Senior Editor:Stephen Yale-Loehr
Senior Researcher: Mark Levey
Preface: Angelo Paparelli
All I-129 petitioners are now required to have reviewed and complied with U.S.export control laws. Closely related, all U.S. companies and their foreign business units must comply with the Treasury Department OFAC restrictions. The Immigration Practitioner's Guide to U.S. Export Control Regulations gives an overview of the new I-129 attestations regarding export control regulations and OFAC restrictions.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- PREFACE by Angelo Paparelli
- U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT ITAR LICENSE REQUIREMENTS
- COMMERCE DEPARTMETN EAR LICENSE REQUIREMENTS
- TREASURY DEPARTMENT OFAC BOYCOTT LIST
- EXCEPTIONS AND EXCLUSIONS TO ITAR/EAR LICENSE REQUIREMENTS
- BOTTOM LINE
A. GUIDE TO ITAR/EAR COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATION
B. INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC IN ARMS REGULATIONS: A GUIDE
C. ITAR REGULATIONS
D. BIOGRAPHIES OF ABIL ATTORNEYS
Rami D. Fakhoury is a managing partner of the AV-rated Fakhoury Law Group PC, representing some of the
largest global users of US employment-based visas. His practice focuses on business-based employment
immigration, with a concentration in the information technology and engineering sectors; among his clientele
are health-care workers, investors, academics, and individuals of extraordinary and exceptional ability. In this era of strict enforcement, Mr Fakhoury provides a fully coordinated, expert approach to compliance
risk assessments and risk management with a concentration on comprehensive compliance and audit
procedures. He and his firm have successfully handled the most difficult legal challenges that confront H, L,
E, and O visas and other business immigration employers, including relocation, international taxation and
related compliance issues. Mr Fakhoury has distinguished himself as
a pioneering innovator throughout his career. He has been counsel for clients at US consulates abroad and is
an international lecturer and fellow for the Center for International Legal Studies (CILS); a moderator and
leader of the ILW.COM seminars on immigration and consular processing; a policy and compliance liaison for Techserve
Alliance on US immigration laws; and a member of the immigration section of the International Bar
Association. Mr Fakhoury has also presented and written authoritative articles on immigration issues, the International Law Office's business
immigration newsletters; and for an upcoming book entitled Beyond Basics - Dealing with Complicated
Business Immigration Issues. This immigration practitioner, cited in the Who's Who Among American Lawyers, International Who's Who in Corporate Immigration Law and and whose firm was chosen as the Global Immigration Firm of the year, is a member of the State
Bar of Michigan (international law section); TechAmerica's immigration law committee; the American
Immigration Lawyers Association; the International Business Association's immigration law committee. He is
a fellow of the Center of International Legal Studies in Salzburg, Austria, a member of the Order of St
Ignatius and a global charter member of TiE Global.
Stephen Yale-Loehr is co-author of Immigration Law and Procedure, the leading immigration law treatise, published by Matthew Bender & Company, Inc. He also teaches immigration law and refugee law at Cornell Law School, and is of counsel at True, Walsh & Miller in Ithaca, NY, where he practices immigration law.
Mark Levey has 20 years immigration-related experience as a case manager, editor and international consultant. He has worked for major D.C. law firms and abroad as a USAID prime contractor Subject Matter Expert on immigration. Mr. Levey has numerous publications related to immigration law and procedure, global trade in services, and regulatory reform. He is former Associate Editor of Fragomen publications Immigration Law Reports and Chapter Author of the NAFSA Foreign Student Advisors Manual. Mr. Levey has prepared course materials for presenters at CLE courses sponsored by AILA, DC Bar Association, and the Inter-American Bar Association.
Angelo Paparelli is a partner of Seyfarth Shaw LLP. Mr. Paparelli, with a bicoastal practice in Southern California and New York City, is known for providing creative solutions to complex and straightforward immigration law problems, especially involving mergers and acquisitions, labor certifications and the H-1B visa category. His practice areas include legislative advocacy; employer compliance audits and investigations; U.S. and foreign work visas and permanent residence for executives, managers, scientists, scholars, investors, professionals, students and visitors; immigration messaging and speech-writing; corporate policy formulation; and immigration litigation before administrative agencies and the federal courts. He is frequently quoted in leading national publications on immigration law. He is also President of the Alliance of Business Immigration Lawyers, a 30-firm global consortium of leading immigration practitioners. Paparelliís blog and a comprehensive list of his many immigration law articles can be found at www.entertheusa.com. He is an alumnus of the University of Michigan where he earned his B.A., and of Wayne State University Law School where he earned his J.D. Paparelli is admitted to the state bars of California, Michigan and New York.
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