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A CBP officer checks a passenger's luggage and documents.
If you commit a crime involving CBP you are likely to be processed on criminal charges immediately.
Bicyclist prepares to enter the dedicated SENTRI lane for frequent crossers at San Ysidro, Calif. port of entry. (photo by Josh Denmark)
A cruise boat arrives from the Caribbean into New York City, where CBP officers will process passengers. (photo by Josh Denmark)
A CBP canine officer screens airport passengers luggage for unlawful or dangerous items.
A member of the CBP Beagle Brigade looks for prohibited agricultural products and meats brought in by arriving passengers.
A CBP officer checks a passenger's documentation after arrival into the U.S.
An arriving passenger at Newark [N.J.] Liberty International Airport uses a Global Entry kiosk to enter the U.S. (photo by Josh Denmark)
A member of the CBP Beagle Brigade stops to investigate an arriving passenger's luggage looking for prohibited agricultural products or meats.
A CBP Officer examines the last bit of cargo to be off loaded from an aircraft.
CBP Officers conduct a routine interview with the pilot of a small commercial aircraft after a flight.
A CBP Officer uses new technologies to process passengers.
A CBP Officer verifies Proper documentation on a small commercial aircraft.