[council] Senegal - Letter with State Dept stamp for personal computers etc.?

Stéphane Van Gelder stephane.vangelder at indom.com
Fri Jul 22 08:19:48 UTC 2011

Thanks Ching, that's very useful.

All, FYI, Glen is also researching this and trying to get some concrete answers. More as we get it.



Le 21 juil. 2011 à 22:22, Ching Chiao a écrit :

> I've asked some Afrinic / African colleagues and they've indicated that there's no such thing on paying tax of personal computer unless you're bringing in large quantity. 
> Ching
> On Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 12:26 AM, Rosette, Kristina <krosette at cov.com> wrote:
> Greetings!
> Have any of the other US folks been told that, in order to avoid paying duty on personal computer, iPad, etc., one has to have a letter that itemizes the equipment, states it's for personal use, and bears a State Department stamp?  When I asked if the State Department stamp meant apostille, the person at the Senegalese Embassy didn't know.  Before I go (or, more accurately, my assistant goes) chasing this down to find out exactly what is needed, I thought I'd check to see if someone else has.
> Anyone?
> K
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