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Import Offices and Ports of Entry

Includes Courier Coverage Information

All products regulated by the Food and Drug Administration must meet the same requirements, whether imported from abroad or produced domestically. The FDA’s Office of Regulatory Affairs ORA) is the lead office for all FDA field activities, as well as providing FDA leadership on imports, inspections, and enforcement policy.  Use the map below to locate the applicable port of entry for your shipment and contact the corresponding Import Division.

For questions regarding a specific entry, including sample or admissibility status, please click the link below:

Import Trade Auxiliary Communications System (ITACS)  

Select or type the state or region where your entry is being handled

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Division of Northeast Imports (DNEI)
 
Division of Northern Border Imports (DNBI)
 
Division of Southeast Imports (DSEI)
 
Division of Southwest Imports (DSWI)
 
Division of West Coast Imports (DWCI)

For ALL international  courier packages (e.g., FED-EX, UPS) click HERE

***Effective May 13, 2021: Per the CDC’s updated Interim Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People, fully vaccinated Federal employees, fully vaccinated onsite contractors, and fully vaccinated visitors to Federal buildings are no longer required to wear a face covering/mask, but may continue to do so at their discretion.  For the purposes of the guidance, people are considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19 when they are at least two weeks past their final dose. Employees, contractors, and visitors that are not fully vaccinated (at least 2 weeks past their final dose), should continue to wear a face covering/mask consistent with the requirements set forth in the HHS Workplace Safety Plan while inside all Federal buildings.

 



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