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Exporting Goods from USA to Russia

If you’re shipping goods from the USA to Russia before late November 2011, you may have to pay for duties and taxes even for temporary importation. The new ruling implemented by the Russian Customs should be lifted after the said date, though. The information below should also make shipment concerns easier for you to understand. For household goods and personal effects You need to take…

Exporting Goods from USA to Poland

Shipping goods and motor vehicles from the USA to Poland can be complicated only if the consignee isn’t familiar with the required documents and processes. Hopefully, the information below will suffice as a quick guideline. For household items and personal effects This section will refer to used items (those which have been in the ownership of the consignee for at least 6 months). These items…

Shipping from USA to Philippines

Importing goods from the USA to the Philippines need not be a hassle as long as you’re informed about the required documents, taxes and duties. The information below should be a good guideline. Importing used household goods If you’re a diplomat, a temporary resident, or a returning citizen of the Philippines from the USA, it’s only natural for you to want to import your personal…

Importing Goods into Paraguay from USA

Shipping items to Paraguay shouldn’t be stressful, but it could be if you’re unprepared for the required documents, duties, and taxes. These prerequisites vary depending on your relationship with the country. The information below should serve as a competent guide. Permits from the USA Just recently, new customs regulations were added for items exiting the USA to Paraguay. Imported goods from the USA used to…

Shipping from USA to Norway

Importing household effects and vehicles to Norway from the USA isn’t that difficult. However, there are important notes you must remember. The fees and the documents mostly depend on whether the item has been used by the importer abroad, or if it’s brand new. Brand new items are more difficult to import (and more expensive). To know more about this in detail, read on. For…