Do you have to declare souvenirs?
At customs, do you have to declare souvenirs purchased while in say Italy? Even if its a couple small things? Thanks.
- GypsyfishLv 77 months agoFavorite Answer
On the back of the form you fill out, you just put "souvenir items" and the total value. Estimate it if you don't know. You only have to itemize expensive things.
- Diane ALv 77 months ago
You get the customs form on the plane and you just put "souvenirs" and a total price. Its very simple and then you turn it in when at customs check out. But yes, you list everything. no big deal.
- Weasel McWeaselLv 77 months ago
Not unless it has some excessive value over $800........then no.
- conley39Lv 77 months ago
Yes, you do. You need to declare everything.
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- W.T. DoorLv 77 months ago
You have to declare everything you acquired while abroad. You may have to pay duty (import taxes) if the total value exceeds $800.
- Rick BLv 77 months ago
The declaration form and the signage in the area should make it abundantly clear what you do and do not claim. Are you unable to read?
- Anonymous7 months ago
No. I was recently in Paris, was worried I couldn’t take my Eiffel towers home for the family. They didn’t bat so much of an eye they only ask you to declare electronics, gels, liquids and aerosols. And foods I think but I never bring food so I have no clue. But souvenirs are safe.