Formalities at the airport in Santiago, Chile

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The formalities at the airport in Santiago of Chile, is the most important thing to know before arriving at the airport in Santiago, Chile, to avoid any problems.  When you get to Santiago: All passengers must be checked through immigration and present their identification documents (either ID card or passport) and the visa stamped (depending on country of origin). Reciprocity tax for all passengers with a passport from Australia, Canada, the United States and Mexico must pay a reciprocity tax before making his entrance. The cost differs in the following countries: Australia $ 56 Canada U.S. $ 132 U.S. $ 131 Mexico $ 15.

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At customs passengers are entitled to enter, freed from customs duties and taxes, goods that are the luggage of travelers. The concept of luggage includes: Articles of the trip (suitcases, bags, personal effects), clothing or ornaments, toiletries, electrical items, articles of personal use (alarm clock, camera, writing and handheld calculator), spent or used and are appropriate to the use and normal requirements of the person who imports or exports and not for sale. The objects of exclusive use for the exercise of their profession or trade, provided they are used, portable, of manual use, of simple manufacture, that do not need installation for his normal use and correspond to the profession or occupation of the traveler. o Up to an amount not to exceed, per adult (over 18), 400 units of cigarettes, 500 grams of snuff, pipe, 50 units and 2.5 liters of pure alcohol.

Are expressly excluded from the concept of luggage:
• home furnishings items.
• Cookware, dishes, linens and paintings.
• Musical instruments.
• equipment, spare parts and electrical / electronic devices.

Agriculture and Livestock Service (SAG): Upon entering the country, you must report income from: • Milk, butter, cream and cheese.
• Fruits, vegetables and fresh vegetables.
• Meat of any kind, sausages and salami.
• Seeds, grains, nuts, dried or dehydrated.
• Plant fruit trees, ornamental, forestry or portions thereof. Flowers, dried flowers and garden plants. Land.
• Wood or bark.
• Insects and snails. Bees, honey and beeswax.
• Semen of animals, biological products and veterinary drugs.
• Small animals and pets (dogs, cats, etc.). Aves.
• Species living, products or byproducts thereof, made from wildlife.

Important to keep in mind: Make an Affidavit to miss the truth is an offense and may be punishable with rigorous imprisonment in minimal medium (61 days to 3 years), refusing to ask it shall be liable to fine. For International Departures The international boarding area is located on the third level. When you enter through immigration, passengers will be asked their identification documents (either an identity card or passport), visa stamped, depending on country of destination and the boarding pass. After airport security control, are boarding bridges. In this sector have access only those who leave the country. Those who enter Chile again and bring some item of value, must pass through the customs office to make a declaration of temporary removal of objects that re-enter. About shipping rates, international flights under 500 miles. $ 12 and international flights over 500 km. us $ 30.

Duty Free: The Santiago International Airport has four duty free shops. Usually, there is little variety of items: typical cigarettes, liquors, candies, chocolates, perfumes and souvenirs. One of the articles have more tax in Chile are the cigarettes. A pack of 20 cigarettes in the city costs us $ 3 and Free Dutty $ 1.2 approx.

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