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As long as they declare the cash here when th ey land in India there is not a problem.Anything $5k and over needs to be declared at entry.I do nto see that there was any problem or anything illegal if they declare the funds upon entry.
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Foreign Currency- There is no limit to bring foreign exchange in India from the US. However, the aggregate value of foreign currency notes in excess of USD 5000 or equivalent and the aggregate value of foreign exchange in the form of currency notes, bank notes or traveller’s cheques in excess of USD 10,000 or its equivalent must be declared to the customs.
No as long as she declares it here there is not a problem, you have to declare it to avoid any money laundering issues with customs at the airport.
If you can positive rate it is much appreciated.I don't see a problem here , no laundering.
I can confirm that this appears to be legitimate use of family funds . I can do extended chat online here , am not yet set up for calls.Will send you an offer.
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