Includes import documentation and other requirements for both the U.S. exporter and foreign importer.
Last Published: 7/24/2019

All importers are required to submit original commercial invoices to the Customs Department at the point of importation.

The Belize Agricultural Health Authority (BAHA) is a statutory body governed by the Ministry of Agriculture and is responsible for issuing sanitary and phyto-sanitary certificates for exports.  Import permits from BAHA (http://baha.org.bz) are required for certain foodstuffs, live animals, plant and plant materials, and veterinary vaccines.  BAHA also requires phyto-sanitary and zoo-sanitary certificates, health-risk analysis documentation, and certificates of origin for animals and certain plant materials.

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