Moving to Mexico

Moving to Mexico

Ports: Veracruz, Tuxpan, Tampico, Acapulco, Lazaro Cardenas, Ciudad Hidalgo, Nuevo Laredo, Altamira

Prohibited: Firearms

Cont: High Cube Containers

Alcoholic Beverages And Tobacco

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Customs Regulations: Not considered household goods.

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Diplomatic Removals

Required Documents:  Diplomatic Franchise which has to be obtained through the Embassy or Consulate directly with the Mexican government.

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Firearms and Weapons

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Customs Regulations: Not considered household goods.

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Household Goods and Personal Effects

Required Documents:  Residents and immigrants: 1) Form FM-2; 2) Original & 3 copies of inventory visaed by Consulate where customer resides; 3) Electrical appliance invoices must prove that goods are at least 1 year old. Visiting technicians: Notarized copy of FM-3 with Spanish inventory valued in order to be imported through a bond. Repatriates: 1) Original passport with last day entered Mexico; 2) Original & 3 copies of inventory visaed by Consulate at origin; 3) Original Certificate of Residence and 3 copies obtained by Consulate at origin; 4) Original documents that prove customer’s residence in foreign country.

Customs Regulations: All goods must be at least 6 months old.

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RemarksIt is recommended that household goods not be shipped until documentation is complete.

New Furniture

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Customs Regulations: Dutiable. Need original invoices and original Certificate paying corresponding taxes.

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Vehicles

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Customs Regulations: Dutiable. Only diplomats may import automobiles.

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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.