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Port of Nogales Announces New Services to Expedite I-94 Permit Processing

Release Date: 
November 20, 2015

NOGALES, Ariz. – The Port of Nogales will host a media event Nov. 24, at 10 a.m., to announce a service for Trusted Travelers known as “Front of the Line”. In addition, there will be an announcement of a new processing office to expedite the issuance of I-94 permits.  

While maintaining the highest standards of security, the Port of Nogales is initiating a new service to expedite the I-94 process for those enrolled in SENTRI or the Global Entry programs. This “Front of the Line” service will provide Trusted Travelers a faster and more efficient I-94 process by using a dedicated processing station at the DeConcini and Mariposa crossings. Trusted Travelers using this service must present all required documentation and pay the $6 processing fee. The I-94 permit is required for travel farther than 75 miles from the border.  

This opportunity is intended to facilitate trade and travel during the upcoming holiday season. 

WHO: All interested media
WHAT: Opening of “Front of the Line” service and opening of new I-94 processing office
WHEN: Nov. 24, 2015, at 10 a.m.
WHERE: Mariposa Permit Office
POINT OF CONTACT: Marcia Armendariz, (520) 761-5942, marcia.armendariz@cbp.dhs.gov
Last modified: 
February 9, 2017