• Passport (original)
  • Residence Visa (original)
  • Work Permit or Work Certificate from the employer (original)
  • Certificate of Residence Change (original) issued by the local authority at the point of departure
  • Inventory (in French consularized)
  • Letter signed by the Customer authorizing the Destination Agent to clear the shipment


  • Customers presence is not required for Customs clearance
  • Used household goods and personal effects in reasonable quantities may be imported duty-free if owned for more than six months
  • If two shipments are sent, the second shipment must arrive no later then six months after the first
  • shipments are physically inspected


  • New items less then six months old (Commercial Invoice required)
  • Food and beverages
  • Electronic and electrical items are dutiable (load near container door for easy access)
  • Antiques
  • Portable phones must be approved by the Ministry of P.T.T.
  • Medicine (permit from Ministry of Health required)
  • Weapons and ammunition (hunting permit and firearm acquisition certificate required). Only smooth-barreled hunting weapons are permitted.
  • Books, records and cassettes and compact disks
    • A list must be provided stating the title and name of author for each item
    • These items will be viewed by the Ministry of Information before a censorship visa is granted. Place any dutiable/restricted items near container doors for easy access.


  • Moroccan currency
  • Pornographic and politically sensitive material
  • Narcotics and drugs
  • Walkie-talkies
  • Alcoholic beverages and tobacco products
  • Explosives


  • All vehicles are highly dutiable
  • Permission to circulate is granted for 3 months, beyond this point the Customer must pay Customs duty or export the vehicle
  • Documents required:
    • Import License
    • Original car license
    • Passport
    • Auto paperwork
    • Invoice


  • Health Certificate, dated not more than 14 days before departure, is required