On February 7, 2020, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) published in the Federal Register a final rule [CBP Dec. 20-02] that amends the CBP regulations to reflect the imposition of import restrictions on certain archaeological material from the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan (Jordan). These restrictions are being imposed pursuant to an agreement between the United States and Jordan that has been entered into under the authority of the Convention on Cultural Property Implementation Act. The Agreement entered into force on February 1, 2020, and enables the promulgation of import restrictions on categories of archaeological material representing Jordan’s cultural heritage ranging in date from the Paleolithic period (approximately 1.5 million B.C.) to the middle of the Ottoman period in Jordan (A.D. 1750).The final rule amends the CBP regulations by adding Jordan to the list of countries which have a bilateral agreement with the United States that imposes cultural property import restrictions. The final rule also contains the Designated List that describes the types of archaeological material to which the restrictions apply. The rule was effective on February 5, 2020, the date it was filed for public inspection at the Federal Register.