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Hi everybody...

I moved in on a K1 visa with my now husband back in Dec 2014...I was only able to bring a small luggage and my cat. My AOS is being processed.
I was wondering...A friend of mine is coming to visit me in Philly next week. Can she bring me the rest of my belongings? There are 4 medium sized uhaul boxes and they are clearly marked .

What form does she OR I need to fill out?

thank you


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Hi,
Has anyone filled out CBP 3299 ?

A friend of mine is coming down Saturday and she offered to bring the remaining of my things. 4 boxes

One problem..even with instructions the 3299 Form is complicated to understand.

SHE is the one bringing the goods. So she will present the form.
She will have my i94 / passport copy and power of attorney/letter notarized saying I give her permission to bring my things into the US.

Also, by Itemized list...do they mean Example : 24 Forks. 8 plates....

or will they accept : Kitchen Approx Value 250$.


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I found this:

http://www.manageyourmove.net/pdfs/import/USCustomsdocsFullSet.pdf

Does that help any? I've not gone through this, so I don't know how much help I could give, really.

Which questions are you finding difficult? And could you elaborate on why they are confusing (i.e. I assume it's because there are several responses you could put and you're unsure which response. If you could state the possible responses you're thinking, maybe someone might be able to shed some light on it.

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I found this:

http://www.manageyourmove.net/pdfs/import/USCustomsdocsFullSet.pdf

Does that help any? I've not gone through this, so I don't know how much help I could give, really.

Which questions are you finding difficult? And could you elaborate on why they are confusing (i.e. I assume it's because there are several responses you could put and you're unsure which response. If you could state the possible responses you're thinking, maybe someone might be able to shed some light on it.

Well I suppose since she's the one importing the goods she fills out the 3299...

I guess there are some sections that she can't fill out...in fact i wouldn't be able to either. I'm not a company for example... but the pdf you provided did help, Thank you.

How detailed do you suppose they want the "itemized list" to be?

thank you


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just as a note you have 10 years to get your stuff. So if you want to wait until you have your AP to get it yourself, that may be easier than your friend. Normally people who do not bring their own stuff use a moving company. https://help.cbp.gov/app/answers/detail/a_id/421/~/moving-to-the-u.s.---timeframe-allotted-to-move-household-and-personal-effects


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Oh !! I have to fill the 3299.... ok ..so I suppose I mail it to her with the affidavit and the rest of the things she needs....

anyone yet know who detailed the LIST has to be?

should i just have her write every single thing down in case? or is that unnecessary?


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Well if you were going with than a basic manifest is all that's needed, but because you are not, then a more detailed list is needed. Yes, you may want to write down how many of each item and their value. Maybe contact a shipping company and see how detailed of a list they would need from you and then base your list on that.


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