Hi, I'm wondering if anyone can share advice or information that would help ensure my methylation panel test kit makes it to Vitamin Diagnostics on time and in good condition. I've been calling the usual shipping companies (UPS, FedEx, etc.) and am met with confusion and a lot of time listening to their 'on hold' music as I am transferred from one customer service agent to another. I've gone to the UPS store in person and they asked me to call the 1-800 number, so I'm back where I started. My main concerns are: 1) Did you add any packaging to your test kit? (Styrofoam surrounding the vials, and a thin cardboard box.) 2) Did you fill out any paperwork or did you just stick your shipping label on the box and mail it? I'm shipping from Canada to USA and the FedEx website is having me fill out the following: -Commercial Invoice -Pro Forma Invoice -Air Waybill -Application for Permit to Import or Transport Etiological Agents, Hosts, or Vectors of Human Disease -CPSC Certificate of Conformity Instructions -Declaration of Biological Shipments -NAFTA Statement ( US Importation) Many of these seem unnecessary, and I'm not sure they all apply to my situation. I just don't want my test kit to be held at the border. By the way, they also suggested I include a form that has to do with importing biological matters from endangered species, so I'm guessing I got put into a general "biological matter" category. Either that or they consider me as special. I'll take it as a compliment? I'll add that since I'm shipping from Canada, I didn't get a free shipping label included with my kit. I've been quoted between $75 and $155 for overnight shipping. Add on the blood draw and lab fees, and this test is starting to get pretty expensive. I'd hate for the parcel to get delayed or returned and have to do it all again. I'd appreciate any advice you can share with me. Thanks in advance.