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port of entry

[′pȯrt əv ′en·trē]
(civil engineering)
A location for clearance of foreign goods and citizens through a customhouse.
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Under the NAIC's proposal, home state or port of entry supervisors may adjust a reinsurer's rating downward based on certain factors, such as:
Immigration and Naturalization Service, where he served as an inspector, cares sustainment coordinator, and a member of the Paso del Node Port of Entry Collateral Intelligence Team in El Paso, Texas.
Along the East Coast, transponder-equipped trucks can travel Interstate 75 from Canada to Florida without having to stop at a single port of entry.
During the course of the investigation and through communication with CBP officers at the Mooers Port of Entry, agents determined the individuals matched the identities on the copies of the Uzbek passport and Ontario drivers license application found in Muhammeds vehicle at the port of entry.
The I-94 application will collect information that is otherwise collected in-person at the land port of entry, to include biographic information (name, date of birth, country of citizenship), passport details, visa details (if applicable), and petition/Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVIS) number (if applicable).
Our CBP officers at the Laredo Port of Entry truly work hard as they continue to function as a team and conduct enforcement operations daily, said (A) Port Director Alberto Flores, Laredo Port of Entry.
CBPs Del Rio Port of Entry is part of the Joint Task Force-West South Texas Corridor, which leverages federal, state and local resources to combat transnational criminal organizations.
Presolicitation:Upgrade Blaine POE Inspection Booth; Replace existing commercial primary inspection booth (Lane #2) with a hi-low inspection booth at the Blaine Port of Entry (POE).