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2. US Ports www.CBP.gov Contact.
3. Air Forwarders by Air Forwarders Association.
4. Ocean Freight Forwarder: Federal Maritime Commission (FMC)
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|o expedite the customs clearing procedure and to avoid costly and inconvenient delays, do not include prescription medication in your household goods shipment. Instead,
carry all prescription drugs with you as you enter the country or mail the medication into the United States. The United States limits the importation of prescription medicine
for personal use to a supply of three months or less.
Avoid the temptation to consolidate your prescription medications into one container. Instead, keep your medicine in separate vials clearly labeled (in English) with the name
of the medication and prescribing doctor, the dosage and the directions for use. Medication mailed into the States is routinely inspected; if your shipment does not contain
sufficient documentation, the product will be detained until you provide the required paperwork.
It is also helpful to secure a letter from your doctor explaining the medications prescribed. Such a letter could also prove to be invaluable in an emergency situation. This type
of documentation is especially important for those (such as diabetics) whose medication is administered via hypodermic injection.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration restricts the importation of drugs it has determined to be dangerous or fraudulent. To find out if your medication is included in this
category, contact your North American agent, your local U.S. Embassy or the U.S. Customs Service.