Moving to Cambodia

Moving to Cambodia

Ports: Sea: Sihanoukville (Also known as Kom Pong Som) 250 km south of Phnom Penh. Air: Pochentong International (Phnom Penh).

Prohibited: Narcotics, Firearms

Cont: None

Diplomatic Removals

Required Documents:

Customs Regulations: No customs inspection. Exempt from import tax or duties. Also exempt from import tax or duties are non-government organizations, i.e. Red Cross, UNDP, UNICEF, U.S. Aid, etc; however, most are subject to customs inspection.

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Firearms and Weapons

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Customs Regulations: Importation permitted under special circumstances only, on a case-by-case basis.

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Household Goods and Personal Effects

Required Documents:  Inventory in English. Passport copies, itemized list of values, insurance documents if available.

Customs Regulations: If deemed over 6 months old, then duty and tax free. If ‘new’, then import duty/tax is generally 35%.

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RemarksAvoid packing goods in original boxes as they will be deemed as new.

Vehicles

Required Documents:  Certificate of registration (showing engine and chassis numbers), Proof of ownership, commercial invoice, or proof of value

Customs Regulations: New or used cars incur import duty/tax of approximately 55%.

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Please note:
The information on this page is intended as a guide and NOT as a complete or definitive resource.
The information on this page should not be used as an authoritative reference.