nationwide legal assistance, we will prepare the administrative petitions and negotiate with the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol to see that you are returned your seized cash.
Many American citizens traveling abroad are unaware of the requirement to report the transportation of U.S. or foreign currency. In fact, U.S. law requires that any currency or other monetary equivalents that exceed a $10,000.00 threshold must be reported directly to U.S. Customs and Border Security prior to entering or leaving the country. The consequences for violating the law can be severe, and may include the seizure of the assets as well as other penalties. In a global environment of escalating crime and the threat of terrorism, U.S. Customs agents are particularly sensitive to large, unreported sums of cash entering or leaving the country. Read More
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