Country Conditions for Mailing — Lithuania
Arms, ammunitions, and parts and accessories; all types of hunting and sporting guns, crossbows, pneumatic and fighting weapons, gas pistols, and gas bombs.
Articles whose nature and packaging may constitute a danger to postal employees or that may spoil or damage other postal items.
Articles with immoral inscriptions and pictures.
Coins; bank notes; currency notes (paper money) except quantities sent by the National Bank of Lithuania and its institutions; securities of any kind payable to bearer; traveler’s checks; platinum, gold, and silver (manufactured or not); precious metals and precious stones, including scrap and waste from such items; jewelry; and other valuable articles are prohibited in all classes of mail, including Express Mail International shipments, that are sent to Lithuania.
Explosive, combustible, and dangerous materials.
Narcotic, psychotropic, and toxic substances and equipment for using them.
Nonprecious metals, their alloys, wastes, and scrap.
Perishable infectious biological substances.
Perishable noninfectious biological substances.
Prepared foodstuffs and raw materials of animal origin if their industrial packaging is damaged, the use-by-date has expired, or the sensory features (i.e., smell, taste, and touch) have been altered.
Tobacco and manufactured tobacco substitutes, except it is permitted to send 200 cigarettes or 250 g. of tobacco, or an assortment of these products, provided the gross weight does not exceed 250 g. (8.8 ounces).
Watch straps, watch bands, and watch bracelets, and parts thereof, of precious metal or of metal clad with precious metal whether or not gold-plated or silver-plated.
Articles subject to customs duty may not be sent in ordinary or registered First-Class Mail International items, including the Priority Mail International Flat Rate Envelope and Small Flat Rate Priced Boxes.
Firearms (categories B, C, and D), ammunition, special surveillance and security equipment, crime-fighting instruments/equipment, and civilian pyrotechnic articles can be sent only with authorization from the Police Department of the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Objects of cultural value, works of art, and antiques may be sent only with a permit from the Ministry of Culture’s Department of the Protection of Objects of Cultural Value.
Radio-electronic apparatus and electrical equipment that may emit radio waves require authorization from the National Electrical Equipment and Communications Inspectorate.
Sugar may not exceed 5 kg. (11 pounds) per shipment.
A value-added tax (VAT) will be applied to books, newspapers, and periodicals.
Customs Forms Required (123)
First-Class Mail International items and Priority Mail International Flat Rate Envelopes and Small Flat Rate Priced Boxes:
PS Form 2976 (see 123.61)
Priority Mail International parcels:
PS Form 2976-A inside 2976-E (envelope)
Global Express Guaranteed (210) Price Group 4
Value Limit (212.1)
The maximum value of a GXG shipment to this country is $2,499 or a lesser amount if limited by content or value.
Size Limits (211.22)
The surface area of the address side of the item to be mailed
must be large enough to completely contain the Global
Express Guaranteed Air Waybill/Shipping Invoice (shipping
label), postage, endorsement, and any applicable markings.
The shipping label is approximately 5.5 inches high and
9.5 inches long.
Maximum length: 46 inches
Maximum width: 35 inches
Maximum height: 46 inches
Maximum length and girth combined: 108 inches
General Conditions for Mailing
See Publication 141, Global Express Guaranteed Service Guide, for information about areas served in the destination country, allowable contents, packaging and labeling requirements, tracking and tracing, service standards, and other conditions for mailing.
Express Mail International (220) Price Group 4
Express Mail International — Flat Rate
Available for Express Mail International merchandise shipments only
Correspondence and business papers.
PS Form 2976, Customs — CN 22 (Old C 1) and Sender’s Declaration (green label). Endorse item clearly next to mailing label as BUSINESS PAPERS.
Merchandise samples without commercial value.
PS Form 2976, Customs — CN 22 (Old C 1) and Sender’s Declaration (green label).
Merchandise and all articles subject to customs duty.
PS Form 2976-A, Customs Declaration and Dispatch Note CP 72, inside a PS Form 2976-E, Customs Declaration Envelope CP 91.
Size Limits (221.42)
Maximum length: 36 inches
Maximum length and girth combined: 79 inches
Coins; banknotes; currency notes, including paper money; securities of any kind payable to bearer; traveler’s checks; platinum, gold, and silver; precious stones; jewelry; watches; and other valuable articles are prohibited in Express Mail International shipments to Lithuania.
Reciprocal Service Name: EMS
Country Code: LT
Areas Served: All
Priority Mail International (230) Price Group 4
Note: Ordinary Priority Mail International includes indemnity at no cost based on weight. (See 230.)
Priority Mail International — Flat Rate
Flat Rate Envelopes or Small Flat Rate Priced Boxes: $13.95
May contain items that may be sent as First-Class Mail International. The maximum weight is 4 lbs.
Flat Rate Boxes: Medium – $45.50; Large – $58.50
The maximum weight is 20 lbs. or the limit set by the individual country, whichever is less.
Available for Priority Mail International merchandise parcels only (see 323.72 for markings)
Size Limits (231.22)
Maximum length: 42 inches
Maximum length and girth combined: 79 inches
First-Class Mail International (240) Price Group 4
Large Envelopes (Flats)
Packages (Small Packets)
Letters: See 241.212
Postcards: See 241.221
Large Envelopes (Flats): See 241.232
Packages (Small Packets): See 241.242 and 241.243
Airmail M-bags (260) —
Direct Sack to One Addressee Price Group 4
Matter for the Blind (270)
Free when sent as First-Class Mail International, including Priority Mail International Flat Rate Envelopes and Small Flat Rate Priced Boxes. Weight limit: 4 pounds.
Free when sent as Priority Mail International. Weight limit: 15 pounds.
Certificate of Mailing (313)
COD and Certified
NOT for International Mail
International Business Reply Service (382)
Fee: Envelopes up to 2 ounces $1.45; Cards $0.95
International Postal Money Order (371)
International Reply Coupons (381)
Registered Mail (330)
Maximum Indemnity: $46.04
Available for First-Class Mail International,
including postcards and Flat Rate Envelopes
and Small Flat Rate Priced Boxes, and matter
for the blind or other physically handicapped
persons. Not applicable to M-bags.
Restricted Delivery (350)
Available for registered mail with a return receipt.
Endorsements: A remettre en main propre.
Return Receipt (340)
Available for registered mail and insured
Priority Mail International parcels only.