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Restricted/Prohibited Goods
- Medication/Drugs
In virtually all instances, individual citizens are prohibited from importing prescription drugs into the United States.
- Prohibitions on Cuban Cigars
The revival of interest in cigars and cigar smoking underscores the need to remind the public of the prohibitions that have been in place for many years with respect to cigars of Cuban origin.
- Restricted/Prohibited Goods for All Travelers
Goods that apply to all travelers regardless of country.
- Restricted/Prohibited Goods by Country
Goods based on the country where produced or acquired. The restrictions may apply if you travel to, from, or through the country.
- Bird smugglers to receive higher fines
- "Don't Smuggle Me...I Could Be Sick"
- 11/03/2006

An educational poster on the dangers of bird smuggling

For Accessibility Information:
quot;Don't Smuggle Me...I Could Be Sickquot; - pdf versionpdf - 247 KB.
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Restricted/Prohibited Goods
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 Non-Commercial Vehicle Importations for Non-Residents
 U.S. Visitor and Immigrant Status Indicator Technology (U.S. VISIT)
 CBP Traveler Entry Forms
 The CBP Inspection Process
(pdf - 117 KB.)
 Registration for Dutiable Personal Articles Prior to U.S. Departure
 Bringing Agricultural Products Into the United States

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