Port of Entry

A port of entry is a location designated by the government for the clearance of people, goods, and vessels into or out of a country. At these ports, customs officers inspect cargo shipments and regulate their entry into or exit from the country; they also collect duties on imported items.

Ports are typically located at airports, seaports, land crossings (such as border crossings), and river docks. They may also include specialized facilities such as free trade zones and bonded warehouses.


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