Customs Forms

Why is the total declared value different than what I entered?

ShippingEasy's customs forms require a whole hundredth of a decimal to be applied per line item. For example: If an international order has a quantity of 44 for one line item and you select "Override Customs Form" on the READY TO SHIP page to appl...

How can I assure faster processing through customs?

No one enjoys waiting at customs - not even your packages! To avoid complications with customs, we advise these simple suggestions: Fill out the customs forms with clear, accurate descriptions (including harmonized codes) so the package does n...

What is a Customs Form?

When shipping internationally, to a US territory, or for some military (APO/FPO) shipments, a customs form is required. This form is used to declare the contents of your package in order to pass through the corresponding Customs Agencies that cont...

Customs Forms Types for USPS | Overview

The US Postal Service uses three different customs forms: PS Form 2976, PS Form 2976-A, and PS Form 2976-B. PS Form 2976 prints one copy to be put on the boxed shipment. This copy will be combined into your shipping label. PS Form 2976-A and 2976...

How many copies of USPS international customs forms do I need?

The customs authorities in each destination country decide the number of copies of the shipping document, including the Legal Terms and Conditions, that are mandated. The number also varies depending on the origin country. Learn more about each co...

How many line items can I include on a USPS customs form?

When shipping internationally via USPS, you can include as many line items on a customs form as you need. However, the required 4" x 6" label format will only list 5 to a page. If you need to include more than 5 line items, the additional line ite...