The United States-Iran Chamber of Commerce consists of two divisions, the United States-Iran Chamber of Commerce, and the Iranian-American Chamber of Commerce. The Iranian-American Chamber of Commerce is focused on strengthening the voice and recognizing the contributions of the Iranian-American professional and business community within the United States. To learn more about how the divisions differ, please refer to the Chamber’s FAQ.
The United States-Iran Chamber of Commerce division assists companies with understanding and following all U.S. laws and regulations pertaining to trade with Iran. The Chamber has attorney advisors experienced in sanctions compliance, as well as a broader legal referral network should you need assistance obtaining local counsel in your geographic area. The United States-Iran Chamber of Commerce can assist you on a one-time basis with a specific matter, or, depending on your needs, you may apply to become a member. Like many chambers of commerce, membership is available in tiers and membership dues are paid annually. Membership lasts for one year.
Membership with the United States-Iran Chamber of Commerce is subject to vetting and compliance review. Due diligence and compliance checks are prerequisites to membership, regardless of entity size. If you need further assistance, please contact the Chamber at email@example.com.