All passengers with passports form Australia, Canada, United States and Mexico must pay a
reciprocity tax before entering Interpol control.
Once the Entry Reciprocity Fee receipt is attached to your passport, you have to proceed to immigration control.
To enter Chile, all passengers must check first at the International Police control and show their identity documents (identity card or passport) and the stamped visa (depending on the country of origin).
Immediately afterwards and once (Continuously and once) finished the migratory control, the passengers will accede by means of the Shop of free sale of taxes, up to the Room of retirement (withdrawal) of equipajes, to continue with the controls of Customs and SAG.
Passengers are allowed to pay no taxes or customs rights for all goods that are considered as passenger’s luggage. The concept of “luggage” involves:
• Travel articles (suitcases, bags, personal effects), clothes or accessories, electric personal effects (alarm clock, camera, typing machine, portable calculator), not new and that are proper to the use and normal needs of the passenger carrying them and which are not for sale.
• Objects considered for the exclusive use of the passenger, as long as they have been used already, are portables, for manual use, of simple manufacture, that need no installation for its normal use and that belongs to the profession or working activity of the passenger.
• Up to a quantity not exceeding 400 units of cigarettes, 500 g of pipe tobacco, 50 units of cigars and 2,5 liters of alcoholic beverages per adult (older than 18 years old).
• Devices, spare parts and electric/electronic instruments.
At the moment of entering the country it is necessary to declare the entry of the following products:
• Milk, butter, cream and cheese.
• Flowers, dried flowers and garden plants. Soil.
• Animal semen, biological products and veterinarian medicines.