Oh No! ‘La Migra’ is Now After Our Chicharrón!

Sorry, guys. If you thought you could continue to bring in your deliciously greasy chicharrón from Mexico, think again. Starting this week, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection is enforcing new rules that are making it harder for you to bring these delicacies into the United States. Why?

According to U.S. officials, the ban is meant to target “exotic animal diseases originating in certain parts of Mexico.”

They gotta be kidding me! since when are Mexican puercos exotic? have you ever seen one?

Anyhow, I’d be more careful if I were you: the penalty for not declaring your chicharrón at the border can be up to $1,000 for personal importation and up to $250,000 for commercial importation.


2 thoughts on “Oh No! ‘La Migra’ is Now After Our Chicharrón!

  1. One more wonder of NAFTA! You see add for US burros in Mexico and we will not even be enjoy Mexican chicharron in New York!


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