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Importing Goods into Venezuela from USA

Shipping household goods and vehicles into Venezuela from the USA or any other country is a bit more challenging and pricy compared to other countries. The paperwork can be cumbersome and time consuming, and in the case of importing vehicles, only the government and diplomats are allowed to do so. New items (those less than six months old) are also prohibited from entering the country.…

Importing Goods into United Kingdom from USA

If you’ve been transferred to the UK, or if you’re a UK national who is returning from the USA, you would probably want to have your household items and vehicles shipped into the country with you. The process is actually manageable, but just the same, below is a simplified guide to make things easier for you. On household items and personal effects Diplomats who are…

Exporting Goods from USA to Thailand

There are quite a number of things shippers must take note of when shipping goods to Thailand. The rules are quite stringent, and certain items must be shipped by sea and not by air for speedy clearance purposed. Before shipping any item to the country, consignees are advised to check if they’re forbidden or not. If forbidden items are found in the shipment, clearance delays…

Exporting Goods from USA to Switzerland

The exportation process between the USA and Switzerland is fairly easy to follow, even if the consignee does not have diplomatic privileges. Below is a quick overview of how to bring in vehicles and/or household goods from the USA into the country. Household goods and personal effects All used household goods may be imported into Switzerland from the USA provided that the items were in…

Exporting Goods from USA to Sweden

Are you moving back to Sweden after living in the USA for more than one year? Or are you an American expat who needs to move into the country temporarily? No one can really tell what life has in store for us, and the documentation involved in moving our assets around the globe can be confusing. The information below should make things easier, though, for…