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A name you choose to help you remember what the shipment is for, e.g., “Pens to Canada”.
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Personal Use: Any shipment containing new goods for personal consumption purchased abroad and being shipped back to a private individual.

Personal Effects: Any shipment containing used personal articles, such as unaccompanied baggage and household goods, being shipped for relocation.
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Commercial Use: Any shipment containing items intended for sale.
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Please confirm where the item being shipped was actually made by positively identifying the “Made In” label on the product. Improperly identifying the country of manufacture can cause delays in customs clearance.
Please include complete, accurate descriptions of every item and the entire contents of the shipment. One of the most common reasons for customs delays is an inaccurate or vague shipment description — but a detailed description can help speed up the clearance time and reduce delivery time.

Your description should answer the following questions:

  • What is it?
  • How many are there?
  • What is it made from?
  • What is the intended use?
Customs Value: This is the price of your good or the fair market value in U.S. Dollars.

Estimated Value: When a shipment contains any single commodity that is valued greater than USD$2,500, Electronic Export Information (EEI) filing is required.*

*EEI is used for compiling official U.S. export statistics and for enforcing U.S. export laws. Records must be retained for five years from the date of export. Learn more about your EEI filing options at fedex.com/en-us/shipping/electronic-export-information.html.
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*By using the Estimated Harmonized System Code tool and continuing with shipment creation, you acknowledge and agree that the resulting tariff classification code is derived from and subject to the accuracy of the information you provide. The customs broker or other agent responsible for importation of this shipment in the destination country will determine the specific tariff classification code to be applied to the import entry, which could affect tariffs, duties and other fees, and import requirements applicable to the shipment.


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