(Country code: GE)
Maximum Coverage = Maximum Declared Value for Carriage for the Priority™ Worldwide service.
Senders should determine import restrictions from the country's authorities before posting:
- animal products
- dairy products
- fish products
- medical stamps
- plants and plant products
- weapons, hunting.
Personal use items
Items for the exclusive personal use of the addressee are admitted, subject to the payment of customs duty and subject to certain items not exceeding the quantities shown:
- audio recordings (10)
- clothing coats, jackets, etc. (3 of each kind)
- computer tapes and discs (15)
- electronic music equipment (1 of each kind)
- fabric (10 metres)
- personal computers and peripheral equipment (1)
- photographic and video equipment (1 of each kind)
- radio and video machines (1 of each kind)
- video recordings (5)
- wine and vodka (1 litre).
Primarily religious works
- Bible, Koran, Tora, etc. (2 of each kind)
- Crucifixes, icons, etc. (2 of each kind).
In addition to items considered non-mailable matter, the following are prohibited:
- animals, live animals
- bullion and currency
- bees, leaches, silkworms, parasites and destroyers of harmful insects
- credit cards
- currencies, bank notes, travellers cheques and securities
- devices for Smoking Opium or Hashish
- eggs, raw
- electronic and high-frequency machines
- graphite Products
- honey and honeycomb
- materials/articles of immoral nature
- medical preparations
- perishable biological substances
- platinum, gold and silver
- political Material
- precious stones, metals
- printed matter of an offensive nature
- psychotherapy Substances
- tear and nerve gas
- toxic substances
Information regarding Customs can be found in "Customs Requirements" of the Canada Postal Guide.
In addition, commercial goods mailed to Georgia must include an invoice.
Inherited goods require a certificate, endorsed by a consul, which confirms the right of inheritance.
Non-commercial goods with a value of less than 110 SDR are free from Customs charges. Postal items with a value greater than 110 SDR are subject to customs charges to be paid by the addressee.
Importing requires a minimum of a declaration, an invoice and a certificate of origin bearing the confirmation of the Customs authorities in the country of export.