Custom Declaration Forms

The customs declaration forms are available from us at no charge, the forms are:

  • 2976 - Customs - CN22 and Sender's Declaration
  • 2976-A - Customs Declaration and Dispatch Note CP 72
  • 2976-E - Customs Declaration Envelope CP 91 (for 2976-A)

     

Mail Category Contents Weight and Physical
Characteristics
Value Required
Form
Priority Mail International except flat-rate envelope and small flat-rate box All contents All weights and characteristics All Values 2976-A
Priority Mail International flat-rate Envelope Documents only Under 16 ounces, up to ¾-inch thick and uniformly thick All values None
16 ounces or more, more than ¾-inch thick or not uniformly thick All values 2976
All other contents All weights and characteristics $400 or less 2976
Over $400 Prohibited*
Priority Mail International small flat-rate box All contents All weights and characteristics $400 or less 2976
Over $400 Prohibited*
First-Class Mail International letter and flat-sized mail pieces Documents only Under 16 ounces All values None
16 ounces or over All values 2976
All other contents All weights and characteristics $400 or less 2976
Over $400 Prohibited*
First-Class Mail International package-sized mail pieces All contents All weights and characteristics $400 or less 2976
Over $400 Prohibited*
Free Matter for the Blind or Other Physically Handicapped Individuals Follow the above requirements for the relevant mail category, except a customs declaration form is required on all mail pieces.


* Mail pieces that are prohibited from using the Priority Mail International flat-rate envelope or small flat-rate box, First-Class Mail International or M-Bags must be mailed using Express Mail International or Priority Mail International other than the flat-rate envelope or small flat-rate box.

Is It Potentially Dutiable?


The Postal Service does not maintain or provide information concerning the assessment of customs duty in other countries. Therefore we cannot inform you whether items (gifts or commercial shipments) will be subject to customs duty. We suggest that you inform the recipient of the articles you intend to mail. The recipient can then obtain information from their local customs authorities.