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Clearance Document: Form FDA 2877

Based on the description of your shipment, it appears to contain an item that falls under Food and Drug Administration (FDA) jurisdiction as a radiation-emitting product. Examples of items that fall into this category include cell phones, lasers, x-rays, microwaves, and televisions.
The applicable Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) code assigned to your product requires submission of an FDA form 2877 (Declaration for Imported Electronic Products Subject to Radiation Control Standards). Please complete and submit this form so we can properly submit your entry to Customs.

Get Your Shipment Processed for Clearance

1 – Download

Download the Form FDA 2877 and continue to the next step.

2 – Complete and Sign

By following the tips below when completing your shipment documentation, you may experience a more expedited Customs clearance process:
  • List each commodity separately with accurate descriptions
  • Check for consistency across all documents
  • Make sure documents are clearly written or typed
  • Provide as much detailed information as possible including Country of Origin and applicable Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) codes
  • Confirm that all associated costs are correct and the currency code is noted on the invoice
  • Sign your full name as shown on the other shipping documents
  • Zip all required documentation into a file 3MB or less and ready for upload prior to starting the next step

3 – Return to DHL

Fields marked with an asterisk(*) are required.

Shipment Details
Please complete the following fields pertaining to the shipment and commodity.

Upload the completed document.*
Click the button. Then, select your Zip file under 3MBs and click Open.
Note: Attachments are removed when the form generates an error message.

Please indicate agreement *

Please indicate agreement