The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) government of Pakistan has declared that foreign currency exceeds the prescribed limit for International travelers of Pakistan. This important Notification is published in all Pakistan newspapers on 3 February 2023.
The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) awarded to all citizens of Pakistan regard to the currency declaration for international travelers through print media, social media, and electronic media.
FBR’s Notification detail For International travelers
|Age Limit||Currency Limit
Under 18 years of age
|2500 Dollars or equivalent other Foreign Currency||15,000 Dollars or equivalent other Foreign Currency|
18 years and elder
|5000 Dollars or equivalent other Foreign Currency||30,000 Dollars or equivalent other Foreign Currency|
The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) launched a mobile application named “Pass Track” about the currency declaration for international travelers.
The Web version of the App (Pass Track) is also available.
The App (Pass Track) provides step-by-step guidance to travelers making it easier for them to file declarations and any person can register on the App(Pass Track) using his/her mobile number. Passengers will provide personal data once, and on the next visit, the system will auto-populate the form on logging in, he said, adding that the App (Pass track) will show the previous declaration in the calendar year and available annual limit.
Accordingly, The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has notified the revised cash-carrying limits.
About the limits for International passengers traveling except Afghanistan, according to the revised notification, the maximum limit per person per visit has been reduced to $5,000 and the annual limit has also been set at $30,000 for adults (18 years and older).
Similarly, for people below 18 years of age, the maximum cash limit for a person has been set at $2,500 per visit while the annual limit has also been revised down to $15,000.
For more information please visit the official website of the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR), Pakistan.
or Call on 051-111772772