U.S. Code of Federal Regulations
Regulations most recently checked for updates: May 29, 2020
§§ 515.506-515.507 - §[Reserved]
§ 515.518 - [Reserved]
§ 515.520 - Payments from accounts of United States citizens in employ of United States in foreign countries and certain other persons.
§ 515.522 - [Reserved]
§ 515.525 - Certain transfers as a consequence of the existence or change of marital status authorized.
§ 515.530 - Exportation of powers of attorney or instructions relating to certain types of transactions.
§ 515.533 - Exportations from the United States to Cuba; reexportations to Cuba; importation and servicing or repair of certain items previously exported or reexported to Cuba.
§ 515.534 - Negotiation of, and entry into, contingent contracts relating to transactions prohibited by this part.
§ 515.540 - [Reserved]
§ 515.547 - Certain transactions related to medical research and Cuban-origin pharmaceuticals; research samples.
§ 515.549 - Bank accounts and other property of non-Cuban decedents in Cuba on or after July 8, 1963.
§ 515.556 - [Reserved]
§ 515.558 - Bunkering of Cuban vessels and fueling of Cuban aircraft by American-owned or controlled foreign firms.
§ 515.560 - Travel-related transactions to, from, and within Cuba by persons subject to U.S. jurisdiction.
§ 515.562 - Official business of the U.S. government, foreign governments, and certain intergovernmental organizations.
§ 515.567 - Public performances, clinics, workshops, athletic and other competitions, and exhibitions.
§ 515.568 - [Reserved]
§ 515.571 - Certain transactions incident to travel to, from, and within the United States by Cuban nationals.
§ 515.572 - Provision of travel, carrier, other transportation-related, and remittance forwarding services.
§ 515.578 - Exportation, reexportation, and importation of certain internet-based services; importation of software.
§ 515.579 - Funds transfers for third-country official missions and certain intergovernmental organizations.
§ 515.583 - Provision of certain goods and services to Cuban nationals sequestered aboard vessels in U.S. ports.