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Hi ,what is the maximum amount of cash that can tourist person traveling back to his original country after 3 month of stay in united states ? 

tourist person came just to visit his family .

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I don't think it will be a problem bringing any amount of money back into your country of residence or origin. It's only a problem if you bring a large amount of money into the foreign country. I think the limit the U.S. has that you need to declare is 10,000 USD.

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28 minutes ago, penmich said:

Hi ,what is the maximum amount of cash that can tourist person traveling back to his original country after 3 month of stay in united states ?

There is no customs checkpoint when departing the US: https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/US-USA-customs-currency-airport-tax-regulations-details.htm#Import regulations

For entering Morocco: https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/ma-morocco-customs-currency-airport-tax-regulations-details.htm#Import regulations

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16 minutes ago, penmich said:

are u sur ? 10 000  for resident or tourist person ?

A person must declare any amount more than $10,000. Don't be surprised if this person is pulled aside and grilled extensively.

https://www.quora.com/How-much-cash-can-I-legally-take-out-of-the-United-States-in-one-given-time


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8 minutes ago, TM92 said:

Please do not state things based on assumption. You could get OP in a lot of trouble.

 

https://help.cbp.gov/app/answers/detail/a_id/447/kw/MAXIMUM MONEY TO TAKE OUT/session/L3RpbWUvMTU0MzQzMzE3Ny9zaWQvQzduVElZKm4%3D

 

from the link: Travelers leaving or entering the U.S. are required to report negotiable monetary instruments (i.e. currency or endorsed checks) valued more than $10,000 on a "Report of International Transportation of Currency or Monetary Instruments" FinCEN Form 105. The requirement to report currency on a FinCEN 105 does not apply to imports of gold bullion. You can obtain the form at www.fincen.gov or request one from the CBP Officer if required.

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3 minutes ago, missileman said:

A person must declare any amount more than $10,000. Don't be surprised if this person is pulled aside and grilled extensively.

https://www.quora.com/How-much-cash-can-I-legally-take-out-of-the-United-States-in-one-given-time

Ding ding ding. They are going to want to know where large sums of money came from and where they are going.

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20 minutes ago, ThomasNC1988 said:

Please do not state things based on assumption. You could get OP in a lot of trouble.

Ditto; your response was also an assumption. I said "There is no customs checkpoint when departing the US." The onus is still on the OP to find the CBP officers and submit FinCEN Form 105 and any other required forms: https://travel.stackexchange.com/questions/102872/how-to-submit-required-forms-to-customs-when-leaving-usa

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It’s highly unusual for tourists to leave their vacations with more money than they arrived with (assuming of course you already knew how much you could arrive with, so this must be more). Did you win the lottery while you were here? If not, there are probably other issues you need to worry about too. You will need to state the source of funds.

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Take proof of where the money came from 

like a bank statement of (USC or F1 parent )showing that amount was taken out of a bank account

Adil took over the 10000 but had proof he saved it over 2 years but he is green card holder

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21 hours ago, SusieQQQ said:

It’s highly unusual for tourists to leave their vacations with more money than they arrived with (assuming of course you already knew how much you could arrive with, so this must be more). Did you win the lottery while you were here? If not, there are probably other issues you need to worry about too. You will need to state the source of funds.

 

Not really, if visiting family here, and they give you $ to bring back home. One way to avoid wiring fees and the like... 

 

OP- you should also look at Morocco's own laws on bringing in money. 


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