Certain counties, such Syria and Sudan, are considered export controlled or embargoed countries. However, these countries are designated for TPS.
The Deemed Export rule does not apply to a foreign national who (3) is granted status as a "protected person". Is a person granted TPS considered a "protected person" for export control purposes?
Particularly, does the “Protected individual” definition in 8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3) include TPS holders?
But ... it is not an immigration question.
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