|Area:||1,073,518 sq. mi|
|Top 5 Largest Cities:||1. Buenos Aires 2. Cordoba 3. Rosario 4. Mendoza 5. Tucuman|
|Climate:||From tropical to subpolar|
|Motto:||“En union y libertad” / “In Union and Liberty”|
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Documentation is extremely import to Customs. To help keep your Customs clearance as smooth as possible. Please take a look below at some of the documents expected of you.
Certificate of Origin – Gives verification of which country your household goods are manufactured in.
Customs Value Declaration – A document used to calculate duties and taxes that states the value of the entire household shipment.
There are certain requirements of documents that Customs hold for every customer. Please take a look below at some of the documents Customs may expect from you.
Once your household goods have arrived in Argentina along with your documents, both are subjected to examination by Customs. A CBP officer will examine your household goods to determine the value, correct markings, proper invoicing, existence of prohibited items, damages, deterioration and illegal narcotics. It’s important to assure all items are properly described and accounted for to avoid any delays or seizure of items. Once your items are approved for release, they are safeguarded by the proper officers.
Duties and taxes are important steps to clear your household goods (HHGS) through Customs. Duties can range from 0 to 35% and your Value-added tax (VAT) of 21%.
There are a number of items you can import without any duties. You must be 16 years or older to apply. Please take a look below at the duty free items you can import.
The correct labeling and markings are very important for Customs. Each mark and label should be in the English language. Please take a look below to discover the marking and labeling requirements.
There are a number of items that are not permitted into Argentina. Please familiarize yourself with the prohibited items below.
There are many restricted items that Customs will pay very close attention to. Please take a look at some of the items and their restrictions below
The liability for duties are paid once Customs has cleared your shipment for release. There are no options of prepaid duties or taxes prior to exportation from a foreign country. Once your shipment is filed with CBP, the party and only the party listed as the receiver can pick up the shipment. If household goods are warehoused, the party of liability can be changed to another party, most whom purchased the goods. The Customs broker cannot pay duties, but can accept a check written out to the Customs and Border Protection to forward. Once items are received, all articles are deemed owned by the receiver and no longer in ownership of the CBP.
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All information featured above is for viewing purposes only. To obtain up-to-date information about overseas shipment, please notify your nearest Consulate.