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Table 4-4—Checklist for Acceptance of Domestic Mail
parcel  with  the  words  “AMERICAN  GOODS RETURNED” endorsed on the customs declaration. PERSONAL PROPERTY AND HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS Personal  and  household  effects  of  personnel stationed outside the CTUS, returning to the United States under government orders may be exempt from customs  duty.   In  this  case,  customers  must  place  a copy  of  their  orders  inside  the  envelope  (PS  Form 2976-E) or inside the parcel.  The address side of the parcel shall be endorsed “RETURNED PERSONAL EFFECTS—ORDERS   ENCLOSED.”     Parcels containing personal and household effects shall bear a completed customs form. ITEMS BEARING A TRADEMARK OR TRADE NAME Some  articles  such  as  perfumes,  watches,  and cameras  bearing  a  trademark  or  trade  name  require written  consent  of  the  owner  of  the  mark  or  name before they can be imported. If an article of this type is presented  for  mailing,  advise  the  customer  that  the article may not pass U.S. Customs. However, DO NOT refuse to accept the article if it meets all other mailing requirements.   Remember that it is the mailer who is responsible for complying with the customs laws. Q4-24.   What   items   are   subject   to   customs examination? Q4-25.   When  a  parcel  containing  merchandise  is mailed from an overseas MPO to an address in  CONUS,  it  is  not  subject  to  customs examination.  (True/False) Explain. Q4-26.   Who   is   responsible   for   complying   with customs laws? Q4-27.   Who   is   responsible   for   completing   the Detailed Description of Contents section of a customs declaration? Q4-28.   What  responsibility  does  the  military  postal clerk have in compliance of customs laws in conjunction with the mailer’s desires? Q4-29.   What  PS  form  and  form  envelope  should  be used  on  parcels  mailed  from  any  overseas MPO to a CONUS address? Q4-30.   What customs declaration is placed inside a parcel  at  the  mailer’s  request  to  avoid identifying the contents on the outside of the parcel? Q4-31.   Why  is  customs  duty  sometimes  improperly assessed  on  articles  entering  the  United States? Q4-32.   Proper  completion  of  customs  declaration forms  will  ensure  that  parcels  will  pass through U.S. Customs with a minimum delay. (True/False) Q4-33.   What is the maximum dollar amount that an individual  may  mail  to  an  individual  in  the United States to qualify as an unsolicited, free from duty gift? Now turn to appendix 1 to check your answers. CHECKLIST FOR ACCEPTANCE OF DOMESTIC MAIL The  following  information  is  provided  for assisting  you  in  understanding  the  acceptance  of domestic mail. TYPES OF MATTER FIRST-CLASS:  Hand or type written material, matter protected  against  unauthorized  inspection,  personal messages (e.g. letters, bills, statements, and invitations). PERIODICALS: Complete   newspapers   and magazines. STANDARD MAIL (A):  Rates are presorted.  Not used by MPS. STANDARD  MAIL  (B): Items  not  included  in First-Class  or  Periodicals,  weighing  16  ounces  to  70 pounds. RATES OF POSTAGE Express Mail First-Class Mail Priority Mail Standard Mail (A) Standard Mail (B) Special Standard Mail Library Mail 4-22

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