How to Use
Customs Declaration Form
What is a Customs Declaration Form?
There are two types of forms, CN22 and CN23, for declaring the contents, etc. of postal items to Customs. When sending an international postal item containing goods and articles (such as printed matter like books and periodicals having commercial value) that may be subject to Customs inspection in the destination country, fill out one of the forms with a detailed description of the contents, including the name, quantity and price of each item, and affix or attach it to the postal item.
Parcel and EMS labels include two CN23 customs declaration forms, so there is no need to prepare them separately.
|CN22||Required when including articles less than 300 SDR in value.|
|CN23||Required when including articles 300 SDR or more in value.|
CN22 was formerly known as the “Green Label.” It is generally necessary when including articles of less than 300 SDR in value with international mail.
|Items to fill in||
The CN23 form is required when including articles of 300 SDR or more in value.
When sending EMS or international parcel packages, the label (invoice) includes two copies of the customs declaration form for your convenience. If the country of destination requires three or more copies, the form can be downloaded below.