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Postal Clearance

“INTERNATIONAL POSTAL ITEM” shall mean letters, parcels and parcels as specified in the Postal Law of Mongolia. The order and form of customs clearance procedure carried out on international postal items are specified based on international standards and national legislations.

The following goods shall be declared through declaration for goods crossing the customs border:

- Goods of a value over 2,404,000 MNT sent to an individual from overseas

- One personal computer of a value over 7,212,000 MNT sent to an individual from overseas

- Goods of a value over 100.000 MNT sent to a company from overseas

- Certain special goods such as scientific and technical innovation; territorial model shape; cartography and other materials; research, investigation, geological, natural, zoological, and paleontological findings; and various samples and specimen

- Non-tariff restricted goods other than those prohibited to cross the Mongolian border

- Goods with export tax

- Goods to be placed under customs clearance procedure other than importation of goods for home use and outright exportation.

Customs organization shall clear postal items under expedited clearance procedure. Customs clearance fee shall not be levied upon postal items being sent overseas.

Goods declared through the “declaration form for goods crossing the customs border” (Form #2) include: Sample goods, introduction, promotional and informational books, magazine, tapes and other items of a value not more than 100,000 MNT being sent from overseas under a company name, one personal computer of a value over 7,212,000 MNT sent to an individual from overseas, and goods of a value no more than 2,404,000 MNT being sent from overseas under the name of an individual.

Postal items are returned back to the sender, if:

- The customs organization does not permit the item to cross the customs border;

- Neither the sender nor the receiver agrees to pay the tax and fees levied by the customs organization;

- The address of the receiver is unknown.

Releasing postal items:

- In the case the customs organization grants permission, a postal worker shall release the goods to the sender in accordance with the address provided.