The below information is a brief summary of customs regulations when you plan your international shipping to Tunisia, Always double check with your local embassy or consulate to make sure you have all the information you need before you make your move. Contact the nearest Tunisia Embassy.

When you plan your international shipping to Tunisia, the following documents are required for customs clearance:

  • Residence Permit (legalized)
  • Work Permit
  • Customs Bond
  • Bank Guarantee (required if Residence Permit and Work Permit are not available)
  • Proof of Employment
  • Certificate of Residence Change
  • Letter from Customer authorizing Destination Agent to clear shipment
  • Inventory (in French), detailed, showing all appliances, video, stereo and electronic equipment, including make and model

When shipping goods overseas to Tunisia, the following items customs guidelines will need to be met:

  • All shipments inspected
  • Only one shipment allowed (second shipment allowed if arrival is within six months of Residence Permit)
  • Shipment must arrive within three months of Customer
  • Video tapes will be reviewed (watched) by customs and this will most likely draw a large fee.
  • Books, telephones, and fax machines require a special permit

When shipping goods overseas to Tunisia, The following items are dutiable and/or restricted:

  • New items
  • Only one of each type of appliance allowed

When shipping goods overseas to Tunisia, the following items are prohibited, but not limited to,  from entry into the country:

  • Weapons and ammunition
  • Drugs
  • Pornographic material
  • Alcohol and tobacco products
  • Tunisian currency

If you are moving your household, commercial goods or motor vehicles to Sousse, Sfax, Tunis or to another other city, please give us a call to go over any questions on documentation.

The regulations are subject to change without notice. Our company is not liable for any costs, damage, delays, or other detrimental events resulting from non-compliance.