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Help with products I didn't declare

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I had bought lots of things in Thailand- including a few antiques from Myanmar. When we were asked to declare what we had coming into Myanmar, the materials I'd read indicated electronics, and I honestly and truly took that literally and that's what I declared. It never dawned on me (flat forehead slap here) that I might just have an issue getting these things out of country once in.

Anyone have advice? I am leaving tomorrow., I have most receipts. Help requested immediately please. Thanks to all. Most of what I have are figures, no Buddhas, wood carvings, stuff like that.

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