is it illegal to bring cuban cigars into the united states?

the store (in my country) suggested to place the cigars in a dominican cigar box and have it sealed!!! but this is unethical and wrong. would u.s airport immigration confiscate the box (cuban)? and would they cause me any trouble? even if it was for personal use or a gift! the store owner told me that all americans use dominican boxes to decieve the port authority! who cares anyways, since castro should die any moment now.

yes it's illegal.

I prefer nicaraguan to cuban anyway

12 Responses to “is it illegal to bring cuban cigars into the united states?”

  • Weatherman:

    yes it's illegal.

    I prefer nicaraguan to cuban anyway
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  • mpltmiller:

    It is illegal because anything made in Cuba is Illegal in the United states because of our embargo of Cuba.
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  • B'klyn Barracuda:

    Yes UNLESS you are Slick Willy Clinton who poked and inserted the same very Havana cigars in Monica's vagina and twirled, $25.00 + Havana Royales ahh that was Bill Clinton's super sized brand, "Finger Waggin Goood!
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  • SiSi:

    yeah it is.
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  • parrothead2371:

    Yes, due to the embargo with Cuba, it is illegal to bring any Cuban products in the USA. Customs would confiscate any Cuban products if you are caught with them.
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  • Gerryfrombuxton:

    yes
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  • BHANU RAVAL:

    yes.
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  • jay_rock74:

    Yes is it . But if you want to get some you can take a trip to Mexico and get them there long as you dont bring them back .
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  • corvette:

    Come through the country of Mexico…cross the Rio Grande…then EVERY THING IS LEGAL!
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  • Edward J:

    yeah, it is. They're not that great anyway…
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  • goz1111:

    not only illegal if found by customs you get a little red flag so every time you enter the USA be prepared to be searched
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  • red.drum:

    The US Dept. of Justice has issued a corrective to the Cuba embargo law:
    US residents can bring back Cuban cigars, but only one box at a time per person, and for their personal use only.
    That means you can NOT, in any way, receive any box in the USA, but only that you can cross the US border with a box, preferably already opened and with one or more cigars smoked, to prove that the cigars are for personal use.
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    http://www.cigars-of-cuba.com/faq/faq_us.asp

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