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Figure 4-13—PS Form 2976-A, Customs Declaration and Dispatch Note
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Block 12:   The accepting clerk stamps with an APDS the “Mailing Office Date Stamp” block of Copy 3. NOTE:  Copy 4 of PS form 2976-A is detached by the accepting clerk and maintained at the post office for 30 days. ATTACHING CUSTOMS DECLARATIONS Space  permitting,  all  customs  forms  must  be placed on the address side of the article, preferably to the bottom left-hand side.   See figure 4-14.   PS Form 2976  has  a  self-adhesive  backing. Remove  the protective covering before affixing. After the clerk dates copy 3 and detaches copy 4 of the  PS  Form  2976-A,  the  form  set  is  returned  to  the customer. The  customer  must  place  the  form  set (copies 1, 2, and 3) into the envelope (PS Form 2976-E) and affix the envelope to the package.  PS Form 2976-E is a clear plastic envelope with a peel-and-seal flap. BONA FIDE GIFTS Military and civilian personnel who are authorized to use the Military Postal Service located outside the CTUS, may send duty-free, unsolicited gifts through the mail to addressees in the U.S. provided that: ·   The  gift  does  not  exceed  $100  in  value  ($200 when  sent  from  Guam,  American  Samoa,  and the Virgin Islands). ·   The  recipient  does  not  receive  more  than  one such  shipment  on  the  same  day. Gifts  that exceed this retail value limitation will be subject to  payment  of  duty,  on  the  entire  value  of  the shipment,  by  the  person  receiving  the  gift.   A person mailing a gift may NOT pay the duty in advance. Gifts that are intended for several people may be sent inside one parcel, to a single addresseeprovided that: Each individual gift is wrapped and bears the name and address   of   the   recipient,   and   is   endorsed “UNSOLICITED GIFT.” The  outer  parcel,  containing  the  multiple  gifts,  is endorsed  on  the  address  side  to  show  the  number  of individual  gifts  enclosed  and  value  information.   For example, a parcel containing 3 individual gift parcels, for  separate  individuals,  would  be  endorsed  “THREE UNSOLICITED  GIFTS  ENCLOSED. NO  ONE INDIVIDUAL  RECEIVING  GIFTS  EXCEEDING $100 IN VALUE” or similar wording. AMERICAN GOODS RETURNED Articles    that    are    grown,    produced,    or manufactured in the U.S. and which, after having been exported, have not increased in value or improved in condition, may be mailed back to the U.S. free from customs duty. However, a properly completed customs declaration shall be attached to the address side of the 4-21 PCf0414 Able B. Seaman USS Underway (CV-66) FPO AE 09561-0001 Mr. Jack Frost 5 Sunnyside St. Anytown US 11111 SAM 1 pair of leather shoes 65.00 65.00 4 lbs 3 oz X Figure 4-14—Parcel depicting placement of customs form.

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