Every country on the planet has its own customs regulations. Some of the laws may vary and others will be in accordance with broadly accepted international norms. Most countries have a similar objective but the approaches vary widely. The United States and Argentina do not have identical scrutiny processes at their customs. Australia is more stringent than India. The United Kingdom is a little more lenient with the import of goods than closed economies. European Union has a regulated standard applicable to all member nations, a widespread norm applicable to no other region or association of countries in the world.
The specific scrutiny at customs will determine if you will have a pleasant experience with your international removals. The same item may easily slip through customs in one country but may get confiscated in another. This is not necessarily because the item is deemed legal and hence importable in the former and banned or illegal in the latter. It is possible the former is more stringent with their scrutiny. Australia, for instance, does not just assess the type of item you are shipping. It also assesses how you are shipping it. Australia will actually confiscate a container that is suspected of containing pathogens or if the materials used are not certified to be absolutely safe. You may have an easier and smoother process in regards to such stringent scrutiny in many other countries.
International removals should be thoroughly planned as there can be complicated challenges and overcoming them may prove to be costly. Familiarise yourself and understand the scrutiny process of different customs so you can prepare accordingly. You will save a lot of time and also money, not to forget the hassle of corresponding with movers and working things out with the customs officials. Your entire plan may be in jeopardy if you do not factor in potential issues at every stage.