All diplomatic shipments, whether household goods / personal effects, vehicles, official goods for diplomats, embassies, high commissions, are exempted from customs duty and taxes. Diplomatic consignments are also exempted from custom examination.
 Non-Diplomatic staff members of embassies or high commissions are also allowed to bring duty free household goods & personal effects and one vehicle per family within six months of their arrival.
 Aid projects official goods are also allowed duty free entry.
 Aid projects experts are given privileged status, and they can bring all their household goods & personal effects and one vehicle per family duty free, within six months of their arrival.
 Pakistani citizens returning home after two years stay aboard, are allowed transfer of residence facilities.
 Animals: Dogs, cats or any other kind or pets are allowed, subject to health regulations.
 Liquor: Import of liquor is allowed to embassies, high commissions, diplomats and privileged persons. Subject to limitations of quota.
 Fire arms: Import of fire arms is also allowed to embassies, high commissions, diplomats and privileged persons, prohibited bores are not allowed.
 Wharfage and THC are chargeable on all consignments.
 Demurrage charges are payable to port trust authorities, after two days of handing over goods to customs by shipping company.
 Storage charges on air consignments are charged after four days of their arrival by PIA / Civil Aviation.
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