Shipping Electrical Items to Mexico
The brand, model and serial number of each electrical item is required to be noted on your packing list. Electrical items should be packed together.
The household goods should be owned and used (personal use) for six months prior to exporting.
Mexican residents will need to be outside of Mexico for at six months in order to return with their household goods (prior to November 2012, this time period requirement was two years).
Customs clearance will be performed at the port of entry in Mexico.
The inventory / packing list must be stamped and signed by the Mexican Consulate at the origin country.
A copy of your passport and visa is also required in addition to a copy of the CURP registration number and the relevant customs forms (which will be provided by your Move Manager).
A copy of your passport and visa is required for customs clearance into Mexico along with the relevant completed customs forms (provided by your Move Manager).
Returning Mexican Nationals
The following applies to Mexicans who have been out of the country for over 2 years:
A copy of the following documents will be needed for customs clearance:
– CURP and RFC registration number
Additionally, the orignal inventory is required and will need to be stamped by the Mexican Consulate at origin.
Shipping Cars to Mexico
Only non-Mexican nationals can import vehicles into Mexico duty and tax free. If taxes are due, the customer must pay the taxes at the customs office.
If importing a vehicle via driving across the USA Mexico border, clients must complete the release process themselves and then cross the border with the vehicle.
Please note that regulations can change on a regular basis so please contact us if you require further information regarding your move to Mexico. A full Customs Guide to Mexico is available upon request.