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A Guide to International Shipping
Step-by-Step Instructions


5. Prepare Your Shipment


Step 5. Prepare Your Shipment
Use the following resources to learn more about preparing your shipment.

Decide whether to declare a value for high value items. UPS's liability is limited to US$100.00 for loss or damage on domestic or international packages with no declared value. If the value of your goods exceeds US$100.00, you can declare a higher value, up to US$50,000.00 per package. The maximum allowable declared value for packages shipped internationally that contain jewelry is US$500.00. For packages that exceed the maximum declared value, a waiver must be obtained. Refer to the applicable terms and conditions of service for additional limits and restrictions.

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