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Posted by G. A. Christian Bilou on November 17, 2001 at 15:54:58:
In Reply to: Re: Yes, but... posted by Jay on November 15, 2001 at 23:58:47:
So have I, but you forget, CITES I import permits are at their discretion...the issue them IF they choose to, and need provide no reasons for declining....which I assume they must have done. Even when they approve a CITES I import permit, it usually takes about twice as long as CITES II permits.
: I applied for a CITES import permit to bring in three female Jamaican Boas (Epicrates subflavus), from Belgium. They are an Appendix I. species. I have imported CITES Appendix I. species before. It has never taken this long, nor should it, especially w/ all conditions being met.