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Planning a short cruise, Vancouver to San Diego with a stop in Astoria, OR. My question is how does one treat good bought in OR while on shore, then brought back to the ship when you go through US Customs.
Declare? If you have receipts to show you bought in USA and you never disembarked with the goods in the foreign port why declare?
OR, not declare and then have to argue with the agent if she looks at luggage?

My feeling it that is purchased and therefore not part of your duty free allowance. But....

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