DEA FORM 357
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- DEA Form 357 - Application for Permit to Import Controlled Substances for Domestic and/or Scientific Purposes
- Privacy Information
This application must be completed in triplicate. Original is sent to DEA. See instruction 6c for copies two and three.
Importation of any controlled substance listed in schedule I or II or any narcotic drug listed in schedule III, IV, or V should be made pursuant to 21 CFR, Section 1312.13, parts (a) and (b) or any schedule III through V nonnarcotic controlled substance as specifically designated by 21 CFR, Section 1312.30.
Permits when issued will be mailed to the importer at the address shown on the application unless contrary instructions are received. Application should be made in the name of the official whose registration is on file with the Drug Enforcement Administration.
6. Identification of drugs to be imported and the controlled substance content should be entered on the application in the following manner:
|6a. NAME AND QUANTITY OF DRUG OR
PREPARATION TO BE IMPORTED AND NUMBER OF
|6b. CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE CONTENT OF
DRUG OR PREPARATION TO BE IMPORTED
(expressed as acid, base or alkaloid, not salt)
|1 Vial x 0.1 mg Cocaine d3||Cocaine 0.1 mg|
|1 vial x 5.0 mg Phen-d5-cyclidine HC1||Phencyclidine 4.35 mg|
|250 Cases containing a total of 15,100 kg Crude
Indian Opium (10% AMA)
|Opium 1,500 kg AMA|
|3,600 kg Poppy Straw Concentrate 75-80% AMA||Poppy Straw Concentrate 2,700-2,800 kg AMA|
6c. The following information must be entered in block 6c of copies 2 and 3 at the time of import:
(1) DEA Import Permit No. and (2) actual quantity and date received. Copy 2 is sent to DEA. Copy 3 is retained by importer.
7. Importers of crude opium, poppy straw, concentrate of poppy straw, and coca leaves complete this section.
8. If applicable, the scientific uses to which the drug is to be put after import should be stated briefly, such as:
"For chemical and clinical study of its properties and suitability for medical distribution."
"For use in laboratory and pilot plant studies of methods of extraction (or production) of its component alkaloids." Etc.
Authority: Section 1002 of the Controlled Substances Act of 1970 (PL 91-513).
Purpose: Control importation of certain Controlled Substances into the United States.
Routine Uses: The Controlled Substances Act Registration Records produces special reports required for statistical analytical purposes. Disclosures of information from this system are made to the following categories of users for the purposes stated:
- Other Federal law enforcement and regulatory agencies for law enforcement and regulatory purposes.
- State and local law enforcement and regulatory agencies for law enforcement and regulatory purposes.
- Persons registered under the Controlled Substances Act (Public Law 91-513) for purposes of verifying the registration of customers and practitioners.
Effect: No permit will be issued.
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