The Office of Field Operations (OFO) is the law enforcement component within CBP responsible for carrying out CBP's complex and demanding border security mission at all ports of entry (POE), including managing the lawful access of people to the United States by securing and expediting international travel. The statistics posted here represent the conveyances and travelers arriving to the United States via aircraft, on foot (pedestrians), passenger vehicles, and trucks.
Inbound Traveler and Conveyance Data at Air and Land Ports of Entry
This dataset does not represent all conveyances and travelers processed by CBP and does not indicate admissibility. Previously published statistics may be revised.
To access the data used to build this dashboard, please visit the CBP Data Portal.
Data is extracted from live CBP systems and data sources. Statistical information is subject to change due to corrections, system changes, changes in data definition, additional information, or data pending final review. Final statistics are available at the conclusion of each fiscal year.
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