Are you an official government traveler on official business to Cuba? A member of an international organization of which the United States is also a member (traveling on official business to Cuba)?
Are you an employee of a U.S. telecommunications services provider or an entity duly appointed to represent such a provider and you are traveling to Cuba in order to conduct business related to
- The commercial marketing, sales negotiation, accompanied delivery, or servicing of authorized telecommunications-related items?
- Participation in certain telecommunications-related professional meetings for the commercial marketing of, sales negotiation for, or performance under contracts for the provision of telecommunications services, or the establishment of facilities to provide telecommunications services?
Or if you are an individual regularly employed by a producer or distributer of agricultural commodities, medicine, or medical devices or an entity duly appointed to represent such a producer or distributer traveling incident to the commercial marketing, sales negotiation, accompanied delivery, or servicing in Cuba of such items, then you may qualify for the licensing process with these guidelines.
You will need to go through OFAC for a specific license if you are traveling to Cuba to engage in activities directly related to the exportation, importation, or transmission of information or informational materials, or if your business has specific goals or business reasons not outlined here. To understand more about how to apply for a specific license, visit the Bureau of Consular Affairs.