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MarkinNam
6/25/2018 01:50 EST

Hi all, I help teach English in Ba Tri and to help, I have been offered a laptop for donation, my question is, how does this sit with border security at Tan son Nhat airport ? or will they confiscate it

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richardmagic
6/26/2018 21:56 EST

I brought 2 laptops in.
Border security are not interested if you have 1, 2 or more laptops, unless it looks like you are running a business, possibly!

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MarkinNam
6/27/2018 02:50 EST

thanks for the feed back

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ralphnhatrang
6/27/2018 02:55 EST

I didn't have any trouble bringing in a laptop and tablet, plus smart phone, so I guess it should be okay.

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MarkinNam
7/16/2018 05:02 EST

similarly, whats the go with bringing programs for teaching English ?

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MarkinNam
7/26/2018 07:41 EST

no problems, I also bought some veg seeds packets, again no problems

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