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The National Marine Fisheries Service restricts imports of designated fish products caught in certain Mexican fisheries operating in the Upper Gulf of California. Fish and fish products not within the scope of those restrictions but imported under the HTSUS numbers associated with the prohibited goods must be accompanied by a certification of admissibility. According to a notice from U.S. Customs and Border Protection, a revised COA form has been posted to the NMFS website and Mexican authorities have been notified that this form should be used for fish landed in Mexican ports beginning May 1, 2022.

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