Electronic Export Information (EEI) filing is generally required by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection for U.S. exports that contain a single commodity's value exceeding $2,500 USD.
There are some complicated regulations for expensive packages. We strongly recommend that you split your package into several parts to keep the total value under $ 2,500. If repacking is not possible, we must prepare an EEI (Electronic Export Information) form for you. There is a $40 fee for this service and packages requiring an EEI form must be shipped via specific carriers available during mailout.
Yes, you are responsible for paying all customs clearance, duties or taxes. These can be paid in one of two ways:
If you have not paid duties and taxes in advance or you don't have enough funds in your account to cover charges, packages are subject to refusal and may be returned to sender.