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U.S. Border Patrol

The U.S. Border Patrol is the mobile, uniformed arm of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) branch of the Department of Homeland Security.  The top priority of the Border patrol is to keep terrorists and weapons from entering the United States.

The Border Patrol also helps to prevent smuggled goods and illegal drugs from crossing our borders.  It identifies and arrests persons with outstanding arrest warrants and works to prevent aliens from entering the country illegally.

The Border Patrol patrols 6,000 miles of Mexican and Canadian land borders and 2,000 miles of coastal waters of Florida and Puerto Rico.  Most of the work of the Border Patrol occurs in isolated communities and remote areas along our borders.

In recent years the Border Patrol has come under fire for not being able to stop the flow of illegal aliens from crossing the Mexican border into the United States.  The federal government is struggling with this issue and has been unable to provide an effective solution through what appears to many to be an unwillingness to close our borders to undocumented aliens.


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Border Patrol Detains Man With Stage 4 Cancer After Cruise Docks In Florida, ...
ABC News Border patrol detains man with stage 4 cancer after cruise docks in Florida, family says ABC News A Chinese man with stage 4 cancer and his wife were detained on Monday after the Carnival cruise they were on docked at a port in Florida, according to the couple39s family. Yuanjun Cui and Huan Wang came to the U.S. in December on a multiple entry and more raquo

Two Americans Were Detained By A Border Patrol Agent After He Heard Them Spea...
Washington Post Two Americans were detained by a Border Patrol agent after he heard them speaking Spanish Washington Post The American Civil Liberties Union said Monday it is looking into an incident in which a Border Patrol agent detained and questioned a woman and her friend both U.S. citizens when he overheard them speaking Spanish at a gas station in Montana. Border Patrol agent questions, detains women who spoke Spanish in MontanaWLS TV Border Patrol agent questions two US citizens for speaking Spanish in Montana gas stationUSA TODAY Texas woman accuses Border Patrol agent of demanding ID, stopping her for speaking SpanishABC News CNN Washington Post all 115 news articles raquo

Border Patrol Failed To Count Hundreds Of Migrant Deaths On US Soil Fox13now... Border Patrol failed to count hundreds of migrant deaths on US soil But on June 3, 2014, just after he crossed illegally into El Paso, Texas, Border Patrol agents spotted him with other crossers on Sixth Street. As they gave chase, the 18 year old dove into one of the canals flanking the US side of the river. He didn39t

Operation Detour: Border Patrol Combats Juvenile Drug Smuggling KYMA
Operation Detour: Border Patrol combats juvenile drug smuggling KYMA For that reason, Del Rio Sector Border Patrol established Operation Detour in 2008, an anti smuggling educational program that aims to educate and warn teens of the dangers of the cartel and transnational smuggling trade. Yuma Sector Border Patrol and more raquo

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