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While Title I of the JOBS Act is generally considered to apply only to capital markets transactions, in the Title I FAQs the Staff notes that an emerging growth company (EGC) may rely on certain Title I provisions in connection with exchange offers and mergers subject to compliance with existing rules for tender offers and proxy solicitations.

The Title I FAQs also provide guidance on determining EGC status and the financial information required in certain EGC filings.

The issuer should confirm the foregoing, as well as its agreement to the Division's other public filing guidelines, in its cover letter accompanying the draft submission.

Foreign private issuers may use these new procedures, those available to EGCs (if the issuer so qualifies), or the procedures for non-public submissions by foreign private issuers set forth in the SEC's May 2012 statement.

Document validation, clearing XBRL-related validation messages, and test filing will get you a long way towards a successful filing, but there are factors outside your control that can prevent the submission.