When you must make this declaration
You must make this declaration if—
“yes” to any of the first 4 questions, about goods, in part 6 of your New Zealand Passenger Arrival Card; or
you are asked by a Customs officer to make this declaration.
What you must declare
Please fill in the columns below for all goods that may be prohibited or restricted.
Please fill in the columns below for all goods that you acquired overseas or from a duty-free source in New Zealand and that—
are alcohol and tobacco products; or
are for business or commercial use; or
are carried on behalf of other persons; or
are of any other kind (except clothing, toiletries, or jewellery intended for your own personal use and not for gift, sale, or exchange).
|Description of goods||Price paid||Currency||Official use only|
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I [full name] declare that the information I have given is true, correct, and complete.
This declaration is also made in respect of [number] persons aged under 17 years travelling with me.
Payment of Customs charges
Payment of Customs charges may be made by cash or with an acceptable credit card.
This declaration is required under the Customs and Excise Act 1996. It will be collected from you by a Customs officer and will be held by the New Zealand Customs Service. The address of the New Zealand Customs Service may be obtained from the internet website www.customs.govt.nz, by phone contact, 0800 4 CUSTOMS (0800 428 786) or by writing to Box 2218, Wellington.
The Privacy Act 1993 provides you with rights of access to, and the right to correct, personal information held in readily retrievable form. Should you wish to exercise these rights, please contact the New Zealand Customs Service. The contact details are in the Privacy Statement at the end of your New Zealand Passenger Arrival Card.