The term importation into the United States means:
(a) With respect to goods or technology, the bringing of any goods or technology into the United States, except that in the case of goods or technology being transported by vessel, importation into the United States means the bringing of any goods or technology into the United States with the intent to unlade. See also § 539.404.
(b) With respect to services, the receipt in the United States of services or of the benefit of services wherever such services may be performed. The benefit of services is received in the United States if the services are:
(1) Performed on behalf of or for the benefit of a person located in the United States;
(2) Received by a person located in the United States;
(3) Received by a person located outside the United States on behalf of or for the benefit of an entity organized in the United States; or
(4) Received by an individual temporarily located outside the United States for the purpose of obtaining such services for use in the United States.
(c) The following example illustrates the provisions of paragraph (b) of this section:
Example:An employee of an entity organized in the United States may not, without specific authorization from the Office of Foreign Assets Control, receive from a designated foreign person consulting services for use in the United States.
Title 31 published on 2012-07-01
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