"Guidelines for the Customs Control at Airports (Seaports, Post Offices and by Road Etc. for the Importation of Medicines for Personal Use)" - United Arab Emirates

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MINISTRY
OF HEALTH
UNITED ARAB
EMIRA TES
Directorate of Drug Control
Guidelines for the Customs control at Airports. Seaports Post offices and
by road etc for the importation of medicines for personal use
1. Resident and non resident patients can bring into the country a
maximum of 3 month supply of prescription medicine, for their
perso.nal use.
2. Psychotrpic medicines
1
can be brought by non residents to cover
their personal consumption for a maximum of 3 month period.
3. Psychotropic medicines can be brought in by resident in a quantity
sufficient for 1 month consumption.
However, residents can bring a'
maximum 3 month supply if the medicine is not available in the UAE
provided that they obtain the prior approval of the Drug Control
Department.
4. Resident and non resident patients should not bring narcotic2
medicines into the country without the prior approval from the
Ministry of Health. Each case will be studied and approved. A valid
prescription and medical report from the concerned hospital or
department will be required.
5. Medicines that arrive in the country via postal courier can not be
released to the patient unless the above requirements are fulfilled.
1
Containing a substance listed in the current version of the
International Convention on Psychotropic substances
1971
2
Containing a substance listed in the current version of the single
Convention on Narcotic drugs
MINISTRY
OF HEALTH
UNITED ARAB
EMIRA TES
Directorate of Drug Control
Guidelines for the Customs control at Airports. Seaports Post offices and
by road etc for the importation of medicines for personal use
1. Resident and non resident patients can bring into the country a
maximum of 3 month supply of prescription medicine, for their
perso.nal use.
2. Psychotrpic medicines
1
can be brought by non residents to cover
their personal consumption for a maximum of 3 month period.
3. Psychotropic medicines can be brought in by resident in a quantity
sufficient for 1 month consumption.
However, residents can bring a'
maximum 3 month supply if the medicine is not available in the UAE
provided that they obtain the prior approval of the Drug Control
Department.
4. Resident and non resident patients should not bring narcotic2
medicines into the country without the prior approval from the
Ministry of Health. Each case will be studied and approved. A valid
prescription and medical report from the concerned hospital or
department will be required.
5. Medicines that arrive in the country via postal courier can not be
released to the patient unless the above requirements are fulfilled.
1
Containing a substance listed in the current version of the
International Convention on Psychotropic substances
1971
2
Containing a substance listed in the current version of the single
Convention on Narcotic drugs
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
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