Beginning January 13, 2022, AES will display a new response message for exports erroneously filed under Type “C33” No License Required. If the country and the export classification require a license under the EAR and you file under License Type “C33: No License Required (NLR)”, the AES will display the following message:
Response Code: 66Q
Narrative Text: ECCN & CTRY OF DEST NOT ALLOWED FOR NLR
Severity: COMPLIANCE ALERT
Response Code 66Q will be set at a severity level of “Compliance Alert” for six months after the AES entry. After six months, the severity will update to “Fatal”.
Again, this message will display only for entries incorrectly entered as C33 “No License Required” where a license is required.
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