1.) Browse to US FDA Orange Book to check if your prescription drug is approved (You can import non FDA approved drugs into the US)

2.) You need to have a prescription signed by your doctor, and stamped from the hospital (Or your doctors clinic or professional est.)

3.) You will also need a commercial invoice for your drug from either the hospital or pharmacy (Even if you got it for free from a gov. hospital)

4.) Notation should be placed on the outside of the parcel stating “Doctors Letter Attached”

All set? Great now you can call any of the carriers you deal with.


Fedex:+965 1 802.233

DHL: +965 1 808.345

I had to figure this out recently and none of the local carriers could provide me with accurate information on how to get this done, so I figured id share this with you.



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