Moving to Anguilla

  1. The importer of any goods, other than goods that are exempt from the requirements of this section, shall-
    (a) in the case of goods imported by air, within 7 days of their importation;
    (b) in the case of goods imported by sea, within 7 days of their importation;
    deliver to the proper officer an entry of those goods in such form and manner and containing such particulars as the Comptroller may direct.
  2. The Comptroller may, if he thinks fit-
    (a) exempt and goods from the requirements of this section, subject to such conditions as he sees fit to impose; or
    (b) authorize the destruction of any perishable goods.
  3. Passengers’ accompanied baggage is exempt from the requirements of this section.
  4. Subject to subsection
  5. Goods may be entered under subsection
    (a) for warehousing, if so eligible;
    (b) for home use, if so eligible;
    (c)for transit or transshipment; or
    (d) in such cases as the Comptroller may permit, for temporary importation with a view to subsequent re-exportation.
  6. The Comptroller may refuse to accept and entry of goods if he is not satisfied that those goods were imported at the time of the delivery of the entry.
  7. Where, in the case of any goods that are not chargeable with any duty, any entry made under subsection (1) is incorrect, the importer shall, within 10 days after the delivery of the entry or such longer period as the Comptroller may in any case permit, be allowed to deliver to the Comptroller a full and accurate account of the goods and, if the Comptroller is satisfied that the error was not made knowingly or recklessly, then, notwithstanding any other provision of any customs enactment, the person making the entry is not guilty of any offence and the goods which were the subject of the error are not liable to forfeiture.
  8. The Comptroller may, notwithstanding that no entry has been made under subsection (1), permit the delivery to an importer of any bullion, currency notes or coins imported into Anguilla.

When moving from the U.S. to Anguilla it is very important to choose the best overseas moving company. Forward Van Lines International is the best international moving company in the U.S. Forward Van Lines International can offer you and your family, valuable perceptions about moving to Anguilla and finding the right international relocation companies and choosing the best international moving company. If you prefer to talk with an International moving consultant, please call (855) 736-7927.

The Best International Moving Companies

There are many overseas moving companies who claim to be the best mover and best relocation company in the country. Of course this cannot be true because then, all the international shipping companies would be the best.

To help with picking which overseas moving company is best for you, Forward Van Lines International has gathered some vital points for you to consider.

  1. The best tip – a recommendation from a friend.
  2. Research the overseas moving companies you are considering. Check if they are licensed to export and import.
  3. Make sure that you are performing an equal comparison between the quotes of the various companies. You compare international relocation rates from the overseas moving companies based on shipping an equal volume of goods and contracting the same exact shipping service on the same dates. Pay special attention to the “EXCLUDES” of each quote to insure that you are not overlooking any hidden fees.
  4. Check the overseas moving company’s referrals and reputation. Ask each company for testimonials from past clients. A reputable overseas moving company should have some for you to review.
  5. Visit the physical office of the overseas moving company you are considering. Never trust an international moving company without a physical address! In this day and age anyone can have an office in their basement.
  6. Make sure that the overseas shipping company you choose has reputable overseas forwarding agents who can assist you in the same manner that you are getting from the company moving you from the U.S.

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