Country Conditions for Mailing — Peru
Accessories and personal items.
Agricultural pesticides containing active ingredients (ethylene dichloride, ethylene oxide, monocrotophos).
Arms and munitions including spare parts or other accessories and components.
Artificial flowers and interior ornaments.
Cartographic and geographic texts, books, floppy disks, video cassettes, and any medium containing a distortion or misrepresentation of the Peruvian national territory and its borders.
Ceramic products and imitation jewelry.
Cigars, cigarettes, and tobacco.
Coins; banknotes; currency notes (paper money); traveler’s checks; securities payable to bearer; platinum, gold or silver, manufactured or not; precious stones; jewelry; and other valuable articles.
Clothing, accessories, and underwear.
Contraceptive products, remedies, or apparatus.
Drinks manufactured abroad under the brand name “Pisco.”
Electrical household appliances.
Footwear, shoes, boots, and accessories.
Furs and clothing made of fur.
Gloves and hosiery.
Household articles of iron, steel, copper, and aluminum.
Organochlorinated pesticides and their derivatives and components.
Perfume products or soaps.
Perishable infectious biological substances.
Samples of cigars, cigarettes, and tobacco.
Sound recorders and reproducing devices.
Textiles and carpets.
Toys and dolls of all kinds.
Toys known as “Yoyo Loco” or “Yoyo Chino.”
Travel articles, suitcases, attache cases, kits, or similar articles.
Used clothing and shoes.
Waxes and creams for shoes.
No list furnished.
- First-Class Mail International items may not contain dutiable articles.
- Each shipment valued at U.S. $200 or over must be accompanied by a consular invoice if there is a Peruvian consulate located at the place of mailing. If there is none, a commercial invoice must be furnished instead. The commercial invoice must be legalized by a Peruvian consulate or countersigned by a chamber of commerce, or if neither is available, it may bear the notarized signatures of two well-known local merchants. If the value is under U.S. $200, a commercial invoice must be furnished but need not be legalized. The consular or commercial invoice may be either enclosed in the parcel or sent separately to the addressee so as to arrive before the parcel, but the legalization must not be dated later than the day of mailing.
- Peruvian consuls are located in principal cities of the United States.
- Gifts addressed to persons native to the country do not require a commercial invoice unless the value of such gifts exceeds U.S. $450 per calendar year.
- Many items are prohibited import into Peru. Therefore, senders should ascertain from the addressee before mailing whether the item may be received or not.
- Used clothing must be accompanied by an appropriate health inspection certificate.
Customs Forms Required (123)
First-Class Mail International items and Priority Mail International Flat Rate Envelopes and Small Flat Rate Priced Boxes:
PS Form 2976 (see 123.61)
Priority Mail International parcels:
PS Form 2976-A inside 2976-E (envelope)
Global Express Guaranteed (210) Price Group 8
Value Limit (212.1)
The maximum value of a GXG shipment to this country is $2,499 or a lesser amount if limited by content or value.
Size Limits (211.22)
The surface area of the address side of the item to be mailed
must be large enough to completely contain the Global
Express Guaranteed Air Waybill/Shipping Invoice (shipping
label), postage, endorsement, and any applicable markings.
The shipping label is approximately 5.5 inches high and
9.5 inches long.
Maximum length: 46 inches
Maximum width: 35 inches
Maximum height: 46 inches
Maximum length and girth combined: 108 inches
General Conditions for Mailing
See Publication 141, Global Express Guaranteed Service Guide, for information about areas served in the destination country, allowable contents, packaging and labeling requirements, tracking and tracing, service standards, and other conditions for mailing.
Express Mail International (220) Price Group 9
Express Mail International — Flat Rate Envelope and Flat Rate Boxes
Available for Express Mail International merchandise shipments only
Correspondence and business papers.
PS Form 2976, Customs — CN 22 and Sender’s Declaration. Endorse item clearly next to mailing label as BUSINESS PAPERS.
Merchandise samples without commercial value and not subject to customs duty.
PS Form 2976, Customs — CN 22 and Sender’s Declaration.
Merchandise and all articles subject to customs duty.
PS Form 2976-A, Customs Declaration and Dispatch Note CP 72, inside a PS Form 2976-E, Customs Declaration Envelope CP 91.
Size Limits (221.52)
Maximum length: 36 inches
Maximum length and girth combined: 79 inches
Coins; banknotes; currency notes, including paper money; securities of any kind payable to bearer; traveler’s checks; platinum, gold, and silver; precious stones; jewelry; watches; and other valuable articles are prohibited in Express Mail International shipments to Peru.
Reciprocal Service Name: EMS
Country Code: PE
Areas Served: All
Priority Mail International (230) Price Group 9
Note: Ordinary Priority Mail International includes indemnity at no cost based on weight. (See 230.)
Priority Mail International — Flat Rate
Flat Rate Envelopes or Small Flat Rate Priced Boxes: The maximum weight is 4 pounds. Refer to Notice 123, Price List, for the applicable retail, commercial base, or commercial plus price.
Flat Rate Boxes — Medium and Large: The maximum weight is 20 pounds, or the limit set by the individual country, whichever is less. Refer to Notice 123, Price List, for the retail, commercial base, or commercial plus price.
Size Limits (231.22)
Maximum length: 42 inches
Maximum length and girth combined: 79 inches
First-Class Mail International (240) Price Group 9
For the prices and maximum weights for letters, large envelopes (flats), packages (small packets), and postcards, see Notice 123, Price List.
Letters: See 241.212
Postcards: See 241.221
Large Envelopes (Flats): See 241.232
Packages (Small Packets): See 241.242 and 241.243
Airmail M-bags (260) —
Direct Sack to One Addressee Price Group 9
Matter for the Blind (270)
Free when sent as First-Class Mail International, including Priority Mail International Flat Rate Envelopes and Small Flat Rate Priced Boxes. Weight limit: 4 pounds.
Free when sent as Priority Mail International. Weight limit: 15 pounds.
Certificate of Mailing (313)
COD and Certified
NOT for International Mail
International Business Reply Service (382)
Fee: Envelopes up to 2 ounces $1.50; Cards $1.00
International Postal Money Order (371)
Use MO Form MP1
Maximum Amount Available: $700 Fee: $4.45
Money Order Inquiry: Fee: $5.50
International Reply Coupons (381)
Registered Mail (330)
Maximum Indemnity: $47.33
Available for First-Class Mail International,
including postcards and Flat Rate Envelopes
and Small Flat Rate Priced Boxes, and matter
for the blind or other physically handicapped
persons. Not applicable to M-bags.
Restricted Delivery (350)
Return Receipt (340)
Available for registered mail only.