An Electronic Export Information form or EEI is a U.S. Customs form required If the value of any item in your package is over $2,500 USD. If the value of the shipment's contents exceeds $2,500 USD, we can only ship DHL or FedEx due to import and export regulations.
If you are used to the term SED form, the Shipper's Export Declaration is the former name of what is now an EEI form.
We charge a $40 USD flat fee if you'd like us to prepare your EEI form.
The option you declare is ultimately up to you. If you received the item as a gift or are sending the item to a recipient as a gift, you would mark "gift" on the customs declaration. In all other cases, you would select "merchandise."
If you received an item for free, you must still declare a value for the item. The minimum amount required for the declaring an item is $1 USD. If you received the item as a gift, you would declare the retail value.
Yes, the value must be in United States Dollars (USD).
Yes, you are financially responsible for any duties and/or taxes incurred. We suggest that you contact your local customs office for more information as duties and taxes are dependent on the destination, provenance and value of items shipped. These regulations are subject to change at any time.
Login to your account
Select the "Packages In Warehouse" Tab
If the customs declaration for the package is not filled out, you will see “Custom declaration needed” under the “Action Required” label.
To fill out customs for the package, just click the Fill Customs Declaration button.
Fill out the info
Click on "PROVIDE INFORMATION"
A new window with the Customs Declaration form will pop up. It will look something like this (as shown below).
you will not avoid possible duties and taxes by selecting GIFT.
Please also indicate if the package contains batteries.
Do I have to pay taxes and customs fees if a package arrives to Shipito from out of the country? How would I pay?
Beginning July 1, 2018 the GST applies to all items imported into Australia, including items valued less than AUD $1,000
Unless you have an ABN number on file with Shipito, each item you ship along with the postage and processing fees will be assessed a 10% GST at the time of shipping. This will be remitted to the Australian government on your behalf. If you have an ABN on file with Shipito, you will not have to pay the taxes at mailout but can submit the fees to the Australian Government with your regular quarterly tax payment.
A 10 percent fee will be paid to the Australian government on the value of items being imported. An additional 1/11th fee will apply to services, insurance, and shipping costs.
Log into your account, click on account settings, click on address book, select each address to edit, enter the ABN in the tax ID space. You must have the ABN listed for each address you ship to.
Consolidation, Insurance, Oversized Package and Shipping costs.
China:Duties, Taxes, and Import Limits
Chinese Customs assesses duties and taxes on the entire value of your package.
You will pay duties and taxes to the Chinese government upon package delivery.
The import limit for a personal shipment with more than one item in the package is 1,000CNY. Items valued at greater than 1,000CNY with multiple items in the box must clear as commercial import. Items with a value greater than 1,000CYN and declared as personal use will be returned to the US if the package contains more than one item. If the shipment has only one item, there is no value limit, however Chinese customs reserves the right to approve the importation of a package or deny and return to the US regardless of whether it has 1 item or many in the box.
If you are importing items valued at 20,000 CYN or more per year, then all shipments must be cleared as a commercial import.