Learning can be easier with EX - Library.

Explore our newest feature, a reliable informational resource you've been looking for!
Join |
< Back to questions :: Q&A / Regulations/Policies / Business and Industry Services

Difference between EAR99 and NLR

Business and Industry Services
From Australia
To Argentina
671 views / 0 experts
Raymond Y.
Jul 10, 2020
What is the difference between “EAR99” and “No License Required” (NLR) license exceptions as defined in the Export Administration Regulations (EAR)?

1 answer

Jasmine G.
Jul 10, 2020

EAR99 is a classification for an item. It indicates that a particular item is subject to the EAR, but not specifically described by an Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) on the Commerce Control List (CCL). While the classification describes the item, the authorization for shipment of that item may change, depending on the circumstances of the transaction. NLR stands for the "No License Required" designation. NLR may be used for either EAR99 items, or items on the CCL that do not require a license for the destination. However, exports of an EAR99 item to an embargoed country, an end-user of concern, or in support of a prohibited end-use may require an export license.

read more

Top Rated Experts

Raymond Yang
Raymond Y.
Leon Lacroix
Leon L.
Amber Stellingwerf
Amber S.
This website uses cookies. By using this website, you consent to our use of these cookies