Puerto Rico, a US territory in the Caribbean, is under the jurisdiction of the USA but is exempt from some of its laws - for example, it is considered within the USA under immigration law (e.g. the requirements to enter are the same as the mainland USA, flights between Puerto Rico and the mainland are considered domestic, etc.) but is considered overseas for Federal tax purposes (residents are exempt from many Federal taxes).
Are drones in Puerto Rico regulated under the same FAA rules as the rest of the USA, or are there different rules to follow (e.g. different licenses, fewer or additional prohibitions, etc.) that would not be typical of a US State?