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Used Household Goods and Personal Effects

Documents Required

  • Copy of passport
  • Original bill of lading (OBL) / air waybill (AWB)
  • Treatment / cleaning certificates for the shipment goods
  • CITES permit, if applicable
  • Detailed inventory valued and in English
  • Copy of prescriptions for prescribed drugs
  • Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) supplementary declaration form, if applicable
  • Unaccompanied personal baggage declaration
  • List of wine collections with evidence showing the wine has been collected over a period of time and is of various types
  • Receipts for new items
  • Residence visa / residence permit, if applicable
  • Work visa / work permit (minimum of 12 months / skilled migrant / long-term business visa or permit)
  • Visitor’s visa / permit issued for a minimum of 3 years
  • Trade single window - client registration application, if applicable

 

Specific Information

  • Household goods can be imported free of duty and tax (GST) if imported by a person who has arrived in New Zealand, and has one of the following
    • New Zealand / Australian passport
    • New Zealand residence visa / permit
    • Returning resident visa / permit
    • New Zealand work visa / permit issued for a minimum of 12 months
    • Permanent resident visa
    • Returning resident visa issued by the government of the Commonwealth of Australia
    • Work visa / permit (minimum of 12 months / skilled migrant / long-term business visa / permit)
    • Visitor visa / permit issued for a minimum of 3 years

 

IAM Note:If owner of the goods does not have one of the above, at the time of arrival of the shipment into New Zealand, duty and tax (GST) will be payable to New Zealand Customs.

 

  • Duty will be applicable to furniture, kitchenware and some electrical and household goods at 5% on the “landed value” of the goods.
    • Landed value is the cost of the items plus freight and insurance.
    • GST of 15% will then be charged on the landed value including the duty.
    • The final amount payable to New Zealand Customs will be duty + GST
  • Personal jewelry, books, and clothing are not subject to duty or GST.
  • Any wood packaging used in shipments (crates, pallets etc.) must be constructed of approved treated timber and meet and display the internationally recognized ISPM 15 standard.
    • Any non-compliant timber may be destroyed, treated or re-exported to the country of origin at the owner of the goods’ expense.
  • The owner of the goods must be in present at the time of shipment arrival or duty and/or tax will be charged on the shipment, even if other criteria for duty and tax free entry of your goods is met.  
    • Duty or tax paid at the time of entry of your goods cannot be reclaimed.
      • This revenue is not refundable even if at a later stage the owner of the goods obtains a qualifying visa, as at the time of importation they did not qualify for the concession and therefore the revenue was not paid in error.
  • All packing / inventory lists are screened by the MPI Quarantine Service to determine whether a consignment requires an examination or can be released immediately, but most consignments of personal effects and household goods require some kind of an inspection.
    • Common items that are inspected and of biosecurity interest include but are not limited to:
      • Food of any kind
      • Animal products such as meat (fresh or dried), eggs, dairy products, honey, skins, fur, feathers, bone, wool, hair, hunting trophies, fish/shell fish (fresh, dried, or frozen), Chinese traditional medicines, shells and coral, ivory
      • Plants or plant products such as fresh or dried fruit and cones, vegetables, plants/flowers live and dried, plant cuttings and bud wood, bulbs or roots, seeds, pine antique and/or handcrafted wooden ornaments/carvings, cane, bamboo, basket ware, straw, Chinese traditional medicines
      • Equipment used with animals and/or plants such as veterinary equipment/products, fishing gear, fish farming equipment, saddlery, work boots/clothing, pet bedding, gardening equipment/products and forestry equipment
      • Miscellaneous items such as vacuum cleaners, spiked, studded or sprigged footwear (e.g., golf shoes, soccer boots), hiking boots, soiled footwear, water sports equipment, bicycles, boats, vehicle parts, camping equipment/tents, barbeques, Christmas and/or Easter decorations, Pooja items
  • Some items may be required to be cleaned or treated for fumigation.
  • Items are subject to Customs discretion for seizure, destruction, or shipped back to the origin country at the owner of the goods’ expense.
  • It is recommended that all items that have come into contact with soil, grass, leaves, vegetation, water, seeds, animals, and insects should be thoroughly cleaned and free from any contamination.
  • Inheritance:
    • If the owner of the goods is a permanent resident of New Zealand, they may import inherited goods duty free with the following documents:
      • Copy of death certificate or letter from solicitor
      • Copy of will or certified copy of relevant extract of will showing the name of the beneficiary and their legacy

Note: New Zealand Quarantine (MPI) changed the law so that no containers can go directly from port to residence any longer. From now on, every container entering New Zealand must be unloaded and inspected at a transitional facility before being reloaded and delivered to residence. 

Motor Vehicles

Documents Required

  • Copy of passport
  • Registration papers (prove length of ownership)
  • Car condition report
  • Sales invoice
  • Statement of compliance
  • Owner of the goods code form
  • Supplier code form
  • Deed of undertaking 

Specific Information

  • Motor vehicles can be imported free of tariff duty and taxes if imported by a person who:
    • Has arrived in New Zealand
    • Holds a document authorizing residency at the time of import
    • Has lived abroad for more than 12 months
    • Has owned and personally used the goods 12 months prior to import
  • Must sign a deed of undertaking to confirm that the vehicle is for personal use and will not be sold for 2 years.
  • GST of 15% will be applied to private vehicles that have not been owned / used for more than 12 months.
  • The vehicle must have been owned and used for at least 12 months prior to shipping or the owner of the goods’ departure for New Zealand, whichever is earlier.

Pets

Documents Required

  • Vaccination record
  • Veterinary health certificate
  • Import permit (if necessary)

Specific Information

  • Check with agent regarding restrictions / prohibitions on the import of certain breeds of dogs.
    • Some of the prohibited breeds include: 
      • American Pit Bull Terrier
      • Brazilian Fila
      • Dogo Argentino
      • Japanese Tosa

Antiques, Artifacts, Carpets, Paintings

Documents Required

  • B.A.D.A cerificate of authenticity (obtained from approved antique dealers)
  • Commerical invoice (if purchased less than 12 months prior to import of goods)

 

Specific Information

  •  Antiques are considered items over 100 years old.
    • Can be imported duty and tax (GST) free provided they are not for re-sale and have proof of ownership for more than 12 months.
    • If the goods were purchased less than 12 months prior to import they are subject to duty (approx. 7%) plus 15% GST on their landed value.
      • If they are certified to be over 100 years old and the owner of the goods can show a letter / proof of antiquity the duty will not apply and the import will only be subject to 15% GST. 

Wedding Trousseau / Gifts

  • Duty and tax free in line with the regulations for normal used household effects. 

Restricted/Dutiable Items

  • Firearms or parts (a permit issued by the New Zealand Police is required prior to import)
  • Ivory in any form, tortoise or sea turtle jewelry or ornaments, animal bone carvings, cat skins or coats, trophies of sea turtles, all big cats, rare reptiles, cranes, pheasants, bears, antelope and deer.
  • Live species of eagles, hawks, owls and parrots, many cacti, orchids, cycads, cyclamens and carnivorous plants.
  • The following items are subject to tariff duties as indicated:
    • Baby strollers                           5%
    • Bags (handbags, briefcases)     5%
    • Bed linens and blankets            5%
    • Chinaware and cookware          5%
    • Cosmetics                                5%
    • Curtains                                   5%
    • Cutlery                                     5%
    • Footwear                                  10%
    • Jewelry                                    5%
    • Lamps                                      5%
    • Perfume                                   5%
    • Pots and pans                           5%
    • Saddles                                    5%
    • Sleeping bags                           5%
    • Toys                                        5%
    • Wet suits                                  5%

Prohibited Items

  • Controlled drugs other than prescribed medicines including but not limited to LSD, heroin, cocaine, cannabis, ecstasy, steroids, human growth hormone, performance enhancing drugs, precursor substances
  • Pornographic materials or those that promote, incite, or instruct in matters of crime or violence, or misuse of drugs
  • Weapons including flick knives, butterfly knives, swordsticks, knuckle-dusters, disguised weapons, etc.
  • Drug paraphernalia
  • Goods designed with the intent to facilitate crime.

Used Household Goods and Personal Effects

Documents Required

  • Tax identification number (TIN) from Federal Inland Revenue, Nigeria
  • Original international passport
  • Original resident permit (Cerpac receipt or Green Card)
  • Original packing list in English
  • Original bill of lading (OBL) / telex release / air waybill (AWB)
  • Detailed and valued inventory list in English
  • Certificate of transfer / letter of employment
  • Certificate of fumigation (if the cargo contains wooden crates)
  • Original Nigerian international e-passport (returning citizens)
  • Diplomatic passport (diplomats)
  • Form CC1 (approved by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Customs headquarters in Abuja if meant for use by an Embassy)
  • Letters of authority (see specific information)

Specific Information

  • The owner of the goods must be present for Customs clearance.
  • The original bill of lading must be endorsed by the owner of the goods “delivered to” and signed.
    • Whether using an original bill of lading or air waybill, ensure it is properly consigned per the agent’s instructions and that the original is issued by the shipping line itself.
  • If using a sea waybill or non-negotiable copy or telex release, please ensure you provide a copy of the telex release message from the shipping line, otherwise there is a high probability of issues to release from the shipping line
  • The Nigerian international e-passport must be obtained in the origin country prior to departure as non-electronic passports are not accepted (returning citizens).
  • Original bill of lading required for all diplomatic shipments.
  • Containers with house original bills of lading from an NVOCC / consolidator / forwarder will not be released.
  • Returning Nigerian residents must have continuously lived abroad for at least 9 months and not visited Nigeria for more than 90 days within the previous 2 years of re-entry; otherwise, the shipment will be deemed a commercial import and will be subject to inspection and duties.
    • Customs will check the entry and exit stamps on the passport to calculate the applicable time periods.
  • Customs clearance can begin up to 28 days from the discharge of the container.
  • Wood packing materials in shipment containers must comply with ISPM-15 rules and guidelines and all crates must be stamped ISPM-15.
  • Crates and liftvans in wood are subject to an additional cost of 120 USD per 20’ container and 180 USD per 40’ container.
    • Failure to stamp the crates will result in an additional cost of 250 USD per 20’ container and 500 USD per 40’ container.
  • Storage and demurrage charges are generally charged on all household goods and personal effects shipments.
    • Amounts range from at least USD 400-1,500 for demurrage and storage per container.
  • The average clearance time for a sea shipment is approximately 3 weeks, dependent on issues of manifest transmission, access to the container, Customs assessment of the contents or qualification of the owner of the goods to import the shipment.
  • Diplomats require a letter of authority written by the Embassy from the entities identified below:
    • The Area Comptroller of Customs of the Nigeria Customs Service
    • The officer in charge of NDLEA
    • The officer in charge of SSS, Police, Anti - Bomb Squad, SON, DMI
    • The Releasing Manager of steam shipping line
  • As of November 3, 2015, all global port shipping lines are expected to register on the platform before booking cargo to Nigeria
    • Prior to loading cargo owners of the goods must obtain from the platform an Entry Summary Number (ENS) which must be advised to the shipping line agent and incorporated on the bill of lading and manifest by the shipping line agent.
  • Form M number must be reflected on Bills of Lading and Cargo Manifests for commercial goods.

Motor Vehicles

Documents Required

  • Original purchase invoice / certificate of value and other related car documents
  • CC3 Form (approved by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Customs headquarters in Abuja)
  • Original bill of lading
  • Scan passport

 

Specific Information

  • Vehicles older than 8 years cannot be imported.

Pets

Documents Required

  • Vaccination record
  • Veterinary health certificate

 

Specific Information

  • The veterinary health certificate and vaccination record must be issued by a veterinarian in the origin country and must be issued within 1 week of department.
  • Pets may enter as passenger’s checked baggage or as cargo.

Restricted/Dutiable Items

  • Firearms, real or toy (a government permit is required)
  • Old furniture in large quantities (more than a set per room is subject to fines, duties and taxes)
  • Electronic equipment
  • Pharmaceutical products (cannot be carried in checked baggage)
  • The following items are subject to duties if contained in a passenger’s baggage, unless the passenger is a temporary visitor or submits a certificate of re-importation obtained on department or can prove possession and use for the last 3 years.
    • Cameras (100%)
    • Projectors (100%)
    • Radios (50%)
    • Records (66%)
    • Tape recorders (40%)
    • Typewriters (40%)
  • The following items may qualify for free import if within the limits indicated:
    • Cigarettes (200), cigars (50 medium ), tobacco (200 g) of foreign manufacture
    • Spirits and wine (1 L)
    • Perfumes (284 cu. cm)

Prohibited Items

  • Beer, mineral water and soft drinks
  • Sparkling wine and champagne
  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Cereals
  • Eggs
  • Precious metals
  • New furniture (if shipped, heavy fines and duties / taxes will be charged or Customs will seize the items at their discretion.

Used Household Goods and Personal Effects

Documents Required                                          

  • Passport
  • Original bill of lading (OBL) / air waybill (AWB)
  • Detailed inventory in Norwegian, English or German (2 copies)
  • Customs Form RD 0030E (Importation of Removal Goods Declaration)

 

Specific Information

  • All shipments are subject to inspection.
  • A used household goods shipment can be imported tax and duty free if the owner has lived abroad for at least 1 year and the shipment has been owned and used during that time prior to importation.  

Motor Vehicles

Documents Required

  • Title / registration
  • Status report
  • OBL

 

Specific Information

  • For vehicles more than 30 years old, antique vehicle rules apply (no duties, only 25% VAT). 
    • For all others, extreme charges will apply based on a very complicated calculation of ccm3, horsepower, weight, equipment etc.
  • The owner of the goods should contact Customs to determine the import charges on specific vehicles. 
    • All taxes and duties must be paid to Customs before a shipment with a vehicle is released. 
  • Vehicles must be registered in Norway and are subject to a yearly road tax.
  • Import taxes and duties are approximately 105% of the current value of the vehicle.

Pets

Documents Required

  • Vaccination record
  • Veterinary health certificate
  • Import license
  • Identification marking (tattoo or approved microchip)
  • Certificate of de-worming against echinococcos

 

Specific Information

  • Cats and dogs must be treated for fox tapeworm within the 48 hours prior to importation by a licensed veterinarian.
  • After the first treatment, cats and dogs that regularly travel to Norway from Sweden may subsequently be treated a minimum of every 28 days instead of just before each border crossing.
  • No earlier than 120 days after the vaccination, a blood sample must be taken for antibody testing.
  • Vaccinations against distemper and leptospirosis must be done at least 1 month prior to import.
  • Contact agent for additional information regarding the importation of pets.

IAM Note:  Cats and dogs older than 3 months imported from Sweden must be treated for fox tapeworm (echinococcosis).  The spread of the parasite can occur through direct contact with cats and dogs of through ingestion of mushrooms, berries, etc. from areas where the parasite exists.

Restricted/Dutiable Items

  • Cigarettes – persons over 18 years or older (200), tobacco leaves (200), other tobacco products (250 g)
  • Television sets (Customs will report television imports to the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK), which will forward an annual license invoice to the owner.)
  • New items (any item owned and used less than 12 months are considered new and subject to import tax and duty)
  • Vitamins (milligram dosage allowed in Norway is very low.  It is advised not to include them in the shipment.)
  • Medications (must be hand carried by the owner of the goods and a prescription shown to Customs upon arrival)
  • Weapons (a permit from the local police is required)
  • Food items (only canned food, dried food, and spices can be imported and in small quantities for personal consumption – not recommended for import)
  • Outboard engines (charges of approximately NOK 285,- per horsepower + 25% VAT calculated from purchase price/invoice apply)
  • Wood packaging materials must be treated and marked according to ISPM-15 regulations.
  • Live plants (a certificate from the Plant and Wildlife Department at origin is required)
  • Alcohol:
    • An import permit from the Ministry of Drugs is required and must be obtained prior to import.
    • The import of alcohol is strongly discouraged as high duties and taxes will apply.
    • A detailed list including brand, volume, year and strength must be presented to Customs.
    • Spirits containing over 60% alcohol by volume cannot be imported. 

Prohibited Items

  • Drugs
  • Poisons
  • Explosives
  • Potatoes
  • Endangered animal and plant species

Used Household Goods and Personal Effects

Documents Required

  • Copy of passport
  • Original bill of lading (OBL) / telex release / air waybill (AWB)
  • Detailed inventory
  • Oman residence visa stamp (on the passport)

Specific Information

  • Do not include alcohol in the shipment.
  • Used household goods are duty-free if owned for a minimum of 6 months; Customs allows multiple entries regardless of air, sea road shipments. 
    • New items are subject to a 5% customs duty.
  • The approximate time frames for Customs clearance are as follows:
    • Sea; full container loads (FCL)              5 – 7 business days
    • Sea; less-than-container loads (LCL)     7 – 9 business days
    • Air shipments                                       2 – 3 business days
  • The approximate time frames for customs clearance during Ramadan are as follows:
    • Sea; full container loads  (FCL)             8 – 9 business days
    • Sea; less than container loads  (LCL)    9 – 10 business days
    • Air shipments                                       3 – 4 working days
  • All wood crates must be heat treated with clear visible ISPM marking.
  • Oman has now introduced an e-service called Bayan.
    • All owners of the goods need to register their names in Customs and get a unique ID that will be used by the clearance company to college DO and clear the effects.
    • Destination agents can provide elaborate details. 

Motor Vehicles

Documents Required

  • Original bill of lading
  • Statistical report, if applicable
  • Proof of Insurance

 

Specific Information

  • While importing a new or used motor vehicle, motorcycle, trailer, the owner of the goods must ensure the vehicle meets local standards, be left-hand driveand not older than 7 years of date from manufacture.
  • All vehicles are subject to a minimum 5% customs duty.
  • The owner of the goods must obtain insurance at least 24 hours prior to vehicle arrival in Muscat.
    • These documents will be filed with Customs by the destination agent.
  • Once clearance is complete, Customs will issue a green form the owner of the goods will need to submit it with the Royal Oman Police for the registration of the vehicle.
  • Destination agents generally will not be involved with the vehicle’s registration process but can assist if needed at a fee.
  • For imports from a GCC country, vehicles are allowed duty-free entry if the vehicle is registered in the country of origin and is not older than 2 years prior to import and was noit improted there under any duty free scheme.
    • A statistical report from Customs from the country of origin must show that duty has been paid at this country of export.
    • The original statistical report must be filed with Customs in Oman.
  • Permission is not required by the Ministry of Commerce for vehicle imports from GCC countries. 

Pets

Documents Required

  • Vaccination record
  • Veterinary health certificate
  • Import permit from the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Department of Animal Health

 

Specific Information

  • The import permit is online and must be submitted with a copy of the pet's rabies vaccination record and health certificate.
  • Vaccination against rabies is required no less than one month and no more than six months before the travel date.

Restricted/Dutiable Items

  • DVDs, videos and CDs are subject to release after censorship clearance from the Ministry of Heritage and Culture; it takes approximately 3-4 weeks for the release and additional charges may apply. 

Prohibited Items

  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Firearms and ammunitions
  • Swords or spears
  • Animal hides, skins, and ivory products
  • Drugs (medicine or prescription drugs are allowed in reasonable quantities and are subject to inspection / analysis)
  • Political or religious literature or statues that might be deemed offensive to the Omani government or the Islamic faith
  • Pornographic books, magazines, and films
  • Products of Israeli origin or items on the Israeli blacklist
  • Nude pictures or paintings
  • Walkie-talkie systems / remote or cordless telephones
  • Airplanes and helicopters

Used Household Goods and Personal Effects

Documents Required

  • Bill of lading (telex preferred) / CMR / AWB
  • Packing list
  • Work permit (if required depends on nationality)
  • Residence permit
  • Confirmation of staying abroad at least 12 months
  • Copy of passport (ID page and visa stamp)
  • Letter of Employment (from future and previous employer)
  • Copy of Polish ID (returning citizens)
  • Confirmation of Polish address (returning citizens)
  • Written Statement (returning citizens)
  • Copy of diplomatic passport (diplomats)
  • Detailed inventory in Polish and signed by the owner of the goods
  • Certificate from the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (diplomats)

 

Specific Information

  • Documents confirming that the owner of the goods spent more than 12 months abroad.
  • The letter of employment must state the person is employed in Poland, the duration of employment and the specific start and end dates.
    • The employment period cannot be shorter than 12 months.
    • The document must be prepared on company letterhead, signed, and stamped by the person identified in the company’s officially registered documents.
  • The Letter of Employment from the owner of the goods’ previous employer must state the exact employment dates (minimum 12 months), that the owner of the goods has terminated his permanent stay in country of origin, and is now changing his permanent place of residence to Poland.
    • The document must be written in the official language of the origin country and a copy provided in Polish or translated into Polish by a sworn translator.
  • The copy of Polish ID must include the page with the photograph, number, and address.
  • The written statement must affirm that the owner of the goods is not importing guns or narcotics.
  • The certificate from the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs must confirm the list of goods being imported into Poland (diplomats).
  • Citizens coming from non-European Union countries can import goods duty-free if they have been abroad for a 12 month period prior to re-entry and must present documents proving residence abroad for the entire 12 months. 

Motor Vehicles

Documents Required

  • Invoice / bill of sale
  • Proof of insurance
  • Original registration, or copy if original is not available
  • Signed valuation submitted by owner of the goods
  • Original vehicle documents proving ownership

Specific Information

  • The vehicle must be registered in the name of the current owner of the goods.
  • An owner of the goods may import only one of each type of a vehicle, trailer, or motorcycle.
  • The owner of the goods must have lived out of the European Union legally and continuously for at least 12 months.
  • The vehicle must have been used in the place of origin for at least 6 months.
  • After importation, the vehicle must continue to be used in the same manner.
  • In order to import duty and tax free, a person returning to Poland should submit proof to the Customs Office that they have both owned and operated the given vehicle they are importing for a minimum of 6 months.
  • Additionally, a vehicle imported into Poland cannot be sold, lent, rented, or used by another person (either free of charge or charged) for a period of 12 months following importation.
    • Infringement of this rule evokes a Customs charge on the vehicle in an amount based on the condition of the car, its value, and duties and tariff rates in force on the day the car was transferred.
  • Utility vehicles and company cars are not covered under the exemption.
  • If the car is imported from outside the European Union all duties and taxes must be paid.
  • Prior to import, it is advised to check with the local agent in Poland to obtain an estimate regarding possible duties and taxes.
  • A certificate of origin is needed in order to receive preferential treatment when Customs assessed duties.

Pets

Documents Required

  • Pet passport issued by a veterinarian
  • Copy of owner of the goods’ passport
  • Anti-rabies vaccination
  • Declaration of pet’s value
  • Copy of owner of the goods’ ticket as proof of residence
  • International health certificate

 

Specific Information

  • Pet must be chipped or tattooed if arriving from a non-EU country.
  • The vaccination record must be issued at least 30 days prior to arrival and cannot be more than 9 months old.
  • Protected species cannot be imported.
  • The anti-rabies vaccination record must be issued at least 30 days prior to arrival, but no more than 9 months old if the pet is arriving from a non-EU country.
  • Declaration of pet’s value if the pet is arriving from a non-EU country.
  • The international health certificate must not be issued more than 10 days prior to arrival, in compliance with European Union standards if the pet is arriving from a non-EU country.

Antiques, Artifacts, Carpets, Paintings

Documents Required

  • Detailed inventory
  • Certificate of antiquity
  • Two photographs for each item

Specific Information

  • The certificate of antiquity must be from a recognized authority for items older than 100 years.
  • The two photographs for each item made prior to 1945.
  • Detailed inventory with a full description and quantity of each item.
  • When importing jewelry, paintings, antiques and carpets two photos of each item of value are required.
    • These pieces must be registered upon arrival in Poland.
  • Items over 100 years old may be exempt from duties and taxes if the proper documentation is produced.
  • Items that originate prior to 1945 should be clearly marked on the packing list upon import.
    • The items should also be packed so that it is readily available when the shipment proceeds through Customs.
  • All forms and documentation acquired during the import process may be required for future export.

Restricted/Dutiable Items

  • Medications that are for personal use only
  • Plants:
    • Plants may be imported only if they are intended to be used in the shipper’s home in Poland.
    • Plants may only be imported from European Union countries
    • A phytosanitary certificate is not required.
  • Alcohol and Tobacco:
    • The allowance limit for the import of wine and spirits for personal consumption is indicated as follows:
  • Importing from Non-EU Country:
    • Alcohol not exceeding 22% alcohol (wine, beer, etc.) 2 liters
    • Spirits 1 liter
    • Tobacco 200 cigarettes, 50 cigars or 250 g tobacco
  • Importing from EU Country:
    • Wine 90 liters (but no more than 60 liters of sparkling wine)
    • Beer 110 liters
    • Other alcohol 10 liters
    • Tobacco 800 cigarettes, 200 cigars, or 1 kg tobacco

 Note:  Excess amounts brought into Poland are not recommended as the cost is greater than the retail price.  It is also very difficult to obtain a license to import alcohol or tobacco. There are extremely high taxes, excise and duties that apply to any amount brought into Poland over the limit.

Prohibited Items

  • Food, fluids, alcohol
  • Chemicals
  • Inflammable materials
  • Weapons of all kinds
  • Pornography
  • Narcotics
  • Plants
  • Medications that are for personal use only
  • Toxic and radioactive materials
  • Protected animal species

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