Ports of entry are responsible for daily port specific operations. There are 317 official ports of entry in the United States and 14 preclearance offices in Canada and the Caribbean. Port personnel are the face at the border for most cargo and visitors entering the United States. Here CBP enforces the import and export laws and regulations of the U.S. federal government and conducts immigration policy and programs. Ports also perform agriculture inspections to protect the USA from potential carriers of animal and plant pests or diseases that could cause serious damage to America's crops, livestock, pets, and the environment.
The port information on this page is from the U.S Customs Office from the following page. Apparel Search retrieved the information and links above on June 22, 2012 from https://www.cbp.gov/contact/ports/. If you have questions or concerns regarding the accuracy of information, please contact the US Customs Office. If you find links on this page are not working at all, please contact Apparel Search from the contact us form at the bottom of this page.
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