Moving from Dubai to Zimbabwe
Do you need overseas shipping services for your overseas move to Zimbabwe? While moving overseas isn’t only exciting, it also requires extensive research and planning-and most significantly, an expert, reliable and skilled international public mover to ship your house goods safely to your new country. If you’re planning a remote move to Zimbabwe, let Dubai Movers assist you with every aspect of your relocation to confirm it’s seamless and stress-free.
How Dubai Movers can help for moving to Zimbabwe
Dubai Movers talented and expertly trained moving specialists will facilitate your every step of the way during your international move to Zimbabwe. Before you start, learn more about all of our offered shipping services and options to work out what best meets your needs:
- Your moving timeline. When does one must be in Zimbabwe? do you have to ship your goods via air or sea freight?
- Your realty plans. Will you be renting or buying a home?
- Your fragile items. does one require packing or custom crating services?
- Your family/household size. Are you moving alone or with family? For business or personal reasons?
- Your cubic feet estimate. How large is your shipment?
How Much Does a Move to Zimbabwe Cost?
Cost is usually a vital factor when planning your overseas move. Start by scheduling a home survey with Dubai Movers to receive an estimate to ship your goods to Zimbabwe. one in all our trained moving specialists will visit your home to assess your belongings and determine the cubic footage of your shipment. you’ll then receive a free quote for the international moving services you need!
Ultimately, the value of your overseas move to Zimbabwe will vary supported the cubic footage of your shipment, your preferred method of shipping (air vs. sea freight) the services you need (such as packing and custom crating), and lots of other factors.
Located in southern Africa, Zimbabwe may be a landlocked country and is officially called the Republic of Zimbabwe. Situated between the Zambezi and Limpopo rivers, Zimbabwe began because of the Crown Colony and has three official languages-English, Shona and Ndebele.
Zimbabwe is bordered by South Africa|African country|African nation}, Botswana, Zambia and Mozambique. Home to 1 of the world’s largest waterfalls, Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls is found on the northwestern side of the country, as a part of the Zambezi. In eastern Zimbabwe, the mountainous terrain boasts Mt. Nyangani, the country’s highest point.
While Shona is that the largest grouping of Zimbabwe, the country’s culture is diverse, with various peoples, beliefs, ceremonies and traditions. Pottery, basketry, textiles, jewellery and carving are traditional arts, and cricket, rugby and football are the foremost popular sports within the country.
The main supporters of the Zimbabwe economy are mineral exports, agriculture and tourism. The trade partners of Zimbabwe are Democratic Republic of the Congo, South Africa, Botswana, China, Zambia, Netherlands and UK.
Custom Regulations for Zimbabwe:
- Passport – copy
- Residence Visa/Work Permit or Letter from Employer attesting to the client’s employment contract
- Bill of Lading/Air Waybill – original, Express Release not allowed
- Comprehensive Valued Inventory – in English, dated and signed by the owner
- Power of Attorney giving authority for Destination Agent to arrange customs clearance
- Declaration of Undertaking (Form C 38)
- All documents for non-diplomats will be lodged with the Department of Customs and Excise by the customer
- Appointment Letter (employment contract)
- Termination Letter – provided by the employer
- Declaration of Undertaking (Form C 38) – if a returning citizen has lived abroad over two years
- Immigrant’s Declaration, Proof of original export and inventory – if a returning citizen has lived abroad less than two years
- Diplomatic Exemption Letter – obtained from Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Passport – original
- Comprehensive Inventory – all computers, electronics and appliances must state serial numbers
- Power of Attorney – giving authority for Destination Agent to arrange customs clearance
- The client must be physically present during the Customs clearance process
- All shipments undergo a physical inspection (all charges related to the physical in inspection will be charged to all non-diplomats)
- Used household goods and personal effects are duty-free provided goods have been owned and used by the client for a minimum of six months
- Items cannot be sold, lent or otherwise disposed of during the stay
- If the customer has lived abroad less than two years, he or she must submit an application for “No”
- Currency involved” import license for goods acquired after emigrating
- Returning nationals must have lived outside of Zimbabwe for a minimum of two years to be eligible for duty-free status
- Passport must show exit date and “Acceptance as Returning Resident” to be exempt from paying
- Must be present during the clearance process and goods must arrive within three months of the arrival of returning citizen
- By law returning citizens must complete the clearance process on their own. An agent is not allowed to represent him or her
- Foreign diplomats and members of the government or international organizations are granted tax and duty-free entry of used or new personal effects and household items
- All documents must be signed by the diplomat and submitted to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Appliances and electronics – must list serial numbers on inventory
- Firearms – require an approved application from the Secretary of Home Affairs
- New furniture – subject to duties
- Alcohol – Must be at least 18 years old to import, restricted to five litres per person (Only two litres can be spirits)
- Tobacco – 200 cigarettes or 250 grams of loose tobacco may be imported duty-free, the excess will incur duty
- Narcotics/illegal drugs
- Pornography and subversive material
- Explosives, ammunition and weapons – without approval
- Counterfeit currency and forged documents
MOTOR VEHICLES REGULATIONS
- Up to two vehicles are allowed to be imported per family duty-free, provided vehicles have been owned for at least six months
- Vehicles may not be disposed of for at least one year without approval from Controller of Customs
- Taxes are assessed based on the vehicle’s age, engine, and other factors
- The Bill of Lading must indicate the vehicle’s chassis number, engine number, cubic capacity, year of manufacture, brand and model
- Returning nationals who have lived abroad less than two years will not usually be allowed duty-free importation of vehicles
- Passport, Residence Permit and Immigrant’s Declaration
- Form C38 MV
- Original Bill of Lading
- Import License is required if client-owned vehicle less than six months
- Original Certificates of Title and Registration
- Purchase invoice – copy
- Applications for the appropriate license for pet importation can be obtained from the Director of Veterinary Service
- Certificate of Vaccination (including rabies) and Health Certificate provided by a licensed veterinarian required
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NOTE – Customs regulations are subject to change at any time. The proceeding information is a brief summary of customs regulations applicable to household goods shipments to this destination and is being provided for general guidance to assist our Agents and Customers. Since such regulations are subject to change without notice, Dubai Movers cannot be held liable for any costs, damage, delays, or other detrimental events resulting from non-compliance. Always double-check with your local embassy or consulate.