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I am taking money , what should i do ?

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If you are bringing in more than $10K and have to declare it on the customs form, don't worry, you'll just go to secondary in customs probably and they'll ask you a few questions, and that should be it, especially since you're immigrating to the USA (versus visiting). If you're bringing in less than $10K, then no need to list your $ on the customs form.


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If you and the group you are traveling with brings in more than $10,000 in cash, gold, etc., then you must declare that it's being brought into the U.S.

There is no taxes.

The U.S. wants to make sure that the money is legal and not from illegal activities. Bring proof that the money is from legal sources.

The purpose of the declaration is to prevent illegal activities.

If you fail to declare money and its equivalent over $10,000, then you forfeit the money for attempting to bring it in illegally without a declaration.

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10k or more you need to declare it to the customs.


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