Doing Business and Exporting to Cuba

Exceptions to the Cuban embargo permit the trade of food and supplies with Cuba. In the case of agricultural products, American companies export commodities, such as wheat, corn and farm animals, such as chickens and dairy cows. However, even agricultural companies must obtain, renew and document appropriate licensing and export documents. At the Miami, Florida law firm of Ambar Diaz, P.A., we serve clients seeking to do business with Cuba.

Attorney Ambar Diaz, P.A., assists clients seeking to export products to Cuba successfully comply with export regulations. In addition to the licensing requirements for exporters there are also financial considerations which govern exports.

Nonprofit Organizations

As a Cuban American attorney, Mrs. Diaz helps clients form businesses in the United States and in Cuba in order to engage in trade and other commercial transactions without violating the law. In the same token, we assist, nonprofit and charitable organizations to send items as donations, including:

  • Medicines
  • Vitamins
  • Medical supplies
  • Food
  • Hospital supplies and equipment
  • Clothing
  • Construction materials

Even nonprofit organizations experience some restrictions under the embargo. Organizations still need valid licenses from the U.S. Department of Commerce. We ensure that nonprofit organizations do not lose their 501(c)3 status by helping them donate to sister organizations in Cuba while meeting the appropriate standards.

It is possible to do business in Cuba, particularly if you are in the agriculture, medicine or telecommunications industries. Ambar Diaz helps clients across the United States successfully do business in Cuba. To explore how our firm can help you, call 800-686-2778 or use the online contact form.