31 CFR 537.517 - Noncommercial, personal remittances.

§ 537.517 Noncommercial, personal remittances.
(1) U.S. depository institutions, U.S. registered brokers or dealers in securities, and U.S. registered money transmitters are authorized to process transfers of funds to or from Burma or for or on behalf of an individual ordinarily resident in Burma in cases in which the transfer involves a noncommercial, personal remittance, provided the following conditions are met:
(i) The transfer is not by, to, or through a person whose property or interests in property are blocked pursuant to § 537.201(a), except as explained in § 537.404 of this part; and
(ii) Total remittances to the territory of Burma in any consecutive 3-month period do not exceed $300 per Burmese household, regardless of the number of individuals comprising the household.
(2) Noncommercial, personal remittances do not include charitable donations to or for the benefit of an entity or funds transfers for use in supporting or operating a business.
Note to paragraph (a) of § 537.517:
U.S. persons may make charitable donations to nongovernmental organizations in Burma that are authorized to operate pursuant to § 537.523, provided that the donations are made pursuant to § 537.523 and the terms of the authorization.
(b) The transferring institutions identified in paragraph (a) of this section may rely on the originator of a funds transfer with regard to compliance with paragraph (a) of this section, provided that the transferring institution does not know or have reason to know that the funds transfer is not in compliance with paragraph (a) of this section.
(c) This section does not authorize transactions with respect to property blocked pursuant to § 537.201, except as explained in § 537.404(b) of this part.
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