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The STA prior consignee statement requires a non-government consignee of a “600 series” item received under STA (either as an export, reexport, or transfer) to agree to an end-use check. Does this mean that an item exported under the “600 series” under other Commerce authorizations, including a license or another license exception, is not subject to an end-use check?



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No, any item subject to the EAR, including any “600 series” item, regardless of the form of its export authorization, may be subject to an end-use check. This includes exports authorized under a BIS license, license exception, and “no license required” status under the EAR, and all items subject to the EAR, including CCL items (including “600 series” items”) and items designated as EAR99.

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