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Moving to USA? It’s an easy decision to make for many people around the world. Safe Box International Cargo Packaging and Movers LLC offers you door to door international moving services all over the globe. We are headquartered in Miami, Florida and built a nationwide network to support all destinations all over the US. Deal with only one company to simplify your move to the USA. We provide you with complete service, including international sea or air shipping, container service and lift transportation on land. We take care of all paperwork such as documentation, insurance and assistance with customs.

As experts in international sea and air shipping, we specialize in all aspects of your international move. Let us pack and crate your possessions for export. We deal with all types of cargo whether it is your personal possessions, household goods, antiques and fine art, or general cargo including vehicles and boats.

We work with agents worldwide to help coordinate your international move. We will smooth your clearance through customs and expedite your move. We also provide Destination Services in the US to companies who ship their customers into the US.

Are you moving from Brazil to the US?

Important to know before your move


9/11 caused the US Customs Bureau to instigate increased awareness of all shipments which enter the USA.

For this reason, expect that customs officers will thoroughly check import documentation and reject incomplete or incorrect documents. The shipments such documents accompany will be placed on hold, meaning you will not have access to your goods until authorized by customs and your shipment will incur demurrage charges.

An increasing number of shipments entering the USA are x-rayed and/or randomly selected for physical inspection. These inspections will also cause delays in customs clearance, once again preventing your access to the shipment until authorized and also incurring demurrage and/or per diem charges.

At present customs clearance normally takes an average of 4 to 8 days from the shipment’s arrival.


Nobel Relocation advises you to forward all import documentation to our office at least seven (7) days prior to your shipment’s arrival, including:







Completing US Customs Form 3299

You will be required to fill out and sign a US Customs Form 3299 so that your unaccompanied personal effects and household goods may be cleared through US Customs. Here are instructions to complete this form:


You as the shipper are required to complete the following sections of Part I of Form 3299.


  1. Importer’s (your) name

  2. Date of birth

  3. Date of arrival (the date you, the importer, first arrived in the United States)

  4. US address

  5. Port of arrival (the port at which you, the importer, first arrived in the United States)

  6. Name of arriving airline and flight number

  7. Name(s) of accompanying household member(s)


*You do not need to complete Part I, Section 8, of the form.




9. Residency. This section is used to indicate your previous and present residency status.
10. Statement(s) of eligibility for free entry of articles. You must declare all the items for which you are requesting duty free entry.




You are not required to complete Part III of Form 3299 unless your shipments are moving under a Government Bill of Lading (US Government employee or member of the US Armed Forces).




You are required to check all applicable boxes in Part IV and to declare any of the following items if they are contained in your shipment:


  1. Articles for the account of other persons (gifts)

  2. Articles for sale or commercial use

  3. Firearms and/or ammunition

  4. Alcoholic beverages of all types or tobacco products

  5. Fruits, plants, seeds, meats or birds

  6. Fish, wildlife or animal products

  7. Foreign household effects acquired abroad and used less than one year

  8. Foreign-made articles acquired in the United States and taken abroad on this trip or acquired abroad on another trip that was previously declared to US Customs

  9. Articles taken abroad which were altered or repaired overseas


*Part IV, Section D, requires that you list any of the items declared in Part IV, Items 1-7, and then provide customs with a description and a value of this merchandise.



You are not required to complete Part V.




You must sign Form 3299 in Part VI, Section 2, and date the form in Part IV, Section 3.
The completed, signed form must then be mailed to Nobel Relocation International Moving.
Nobel Relocation International Moving will be able to arrange customs clearance only when we receive your completed, signed form.



Moving is one of the most stressful events in our lives, but long-distance moving, especially international moving, is even more stressful. Organizing paperwork so that your trip across the border runs as seamlessly as possible, buying proper insurance for your trip, and understanding international regulations can add time, money, and complicated logistics to your move. Nobel Relocation makes moving to USA won’t burn you out. As a one-stop shop for all your international moving services, Nobel Relocation has the ability and experience to move you from anywhere on the globe.



Transportation to Suit Your Needs

Moving to USA? Nobel Relocation provides door-to-door moving service that easily transports you from anywhere in the world to any US state. We work with a global network of partners to set up international air or sea shipping and organize the necessary paperwork for you. Through years of experience working closely with customs and cross-border regulations, we can ensure a smooth clearance into the United States. Long before the big day, we educate and prepare you with all the information necessary to experience your move without a hitch. With Nobel Relocation, you won’t have to deal with any unwanted surprises.

When You Get There

Welcome to your new home. Whether you’ve been relocated by your employer or you and your family are seeking a new American adventure, Nobel Relocation will be there to help you enjoy your experience. You don’t have to leave your old life behind to start new. We help you start your new journey off right with your most cherished possessions. When you arrive at your new home in the USA, we will happily help you unpack and organize your possessions. Ask us about our packing and unpacking services for international moves.




Safe Box International Shipment Types:


If you consider yourself a minimalist or you plan to sell many of your household goods before moving, your possessions may not fill up an entire ocean container. In that case, you may be able to share the container with another shipper’s goods. Your possessions are separated inside the ocean container.




If you have a full house and numerous possessions, you may benefit from hiring a full container. The benefits of using a full container are that you do not have to share with another shipper and you will likely have an easier time clearing customs when you reach the US. You and your family will also be the only ones capable of accessing the contents of the container.



Before You Leave

Before you pack a single box, it’s important to discuss with Nobel Relocations what you intend to move. Certain possessions may be difficult, cumbersome, or too fragile to transport, while others, such as regulated or controlled substances like firearms, may require additional paperwork. We can consult with you the best way to pack your possessions in order to experience an easy passage into the United States.


Contact Safe Box International to discuss your international move to the US.







As well as US Customs Form 3299, you must complete the Supplemental Declaration for Unaccompanied Personal and Household Effects.

  • You must complete items 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, and 9

  • If you are a resident alien, complete item 6

  • If you are a corporate transferee, complete items 10, 11, 13 and 14

  • Items 15 and 16 should be left blank

  • For Item 17, select “Importer”

  • Sign the form on line 18




Completing a Power of Attorney form is highly advisable. Otherwise, you will need to be physically present at customs for your shipment to clear.

  • On the Power of Attorney form, mark the box “Individual” in the upper right corner.

  • Print your name in the first blank space on the form. Then go down to the bottom of the form where it reads “has caused these presents to be sealed and signed: (Signature).”

  • Sign your name and date the form on the next line to the right. Any friend, co-worker, acquaintance or family member may sign as a witness.

  • It is not necessary to have the form notarized.




In addition, you will need copies of your work visa and passport (a copy of the visa page plus a clear, discernible copy of the photo page)

Downloadable Forms

US Customs Form 3299 | Supplemental Declaration | Power of Attorney


Additional Links

Importing Alcohol to the US

Importing Vehicles to the US

Prohibited and Restricted Items

Resources Information

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