Customs and Border Protection
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Migrants see themselves as valuable part of American economy, not law breakers.
Border patrol says it can use more funds to strengthen the border, but advocates are not so sure.
Border security amendment sweetens the deal for broad group of Republicans.
CHICAGO (AP) — It sounded ghoulish enough: a shipment of 18 frozen human heads discovered and seized by customs officials during routine X-ray screening of cargo arriving at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago.
U.S.-Mexico barrier won't solve illegal immigration, says W. Ralph Basham.
When does the government get your belongings without good reason? When you're re-entering the country.
Democrats offer measure to require border agents to establish a "reasonable suspicion" before search.
Immigration expert argues border security should use risk-management approach that values openness
The department will try to gather biometric data on all departing foreigners without causing delays.
The government has been seizing electronics from randomly selected travelers. Tell us what you think.