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What items should I leave out of my household goods shipment?

Posted on March 6, 2014, 12:35 PM, by Nicole La Capria under International Moving FAQ

Prohibited items will vary depending on the customs regulations of your destination country. Your international moving specialist will be able to guide you on the customs process and provide you with more information on what can or cannot be included in your shipment. You can also contact your destination country’s consulate office for more information.

However, there are certain items that should never be in an overseas shipment, such as hazardous or flammable materials, explosives, firearms ((at least not without prior authorization or permits), illegal narcotics and counterfeit goods.

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