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Japan to Dominican Republic

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Prohibited or Restricted Commodities

In addition to the prohibited commodities listed here, it is prohibited to ship the following commodities to Dominican Republic.

As of July 30, 2010, the importation of used electro domestic goods is prohibited, per decree under article 2, of Customs law 04-07, which includes but not limited to, microwave ovens, toasters, TV sets, radios, stereo equipment, food processors, washers and dryers, refrigerators, etc.

Any used electro domestic arriving on or after July 30, 2010, will be returned to the shipper at the expense of the shipper or be seized by Customs. No exceptions will be allowed.

Electronic Cigarettes can only be shipped with an International Special Commodities (ISC) contract.

The Invoice must specify the country of origin

Jewelry or jewelry accessories and related imports, regardless of service level or mode of transportation, will incur the following charges:

Process and cost not included in the freight.

Customs special paperwork processing - US$46.00

Custodial guard service to transport paperwork and goods - US$9.00

Customs inspector - US$18.00

Customs verifier - US$3.00

Broker - US$65.00

Customs additional charge for services after 17:00 - US$6.00/hour

Personal Effects cannot be shipped between these countries
Unused traveler's checks are prohibited.

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