Washington, DC - A Jordanian national residing in Monterrey, Mexico was arrested Saturday on arrival at JFK International Airport to face a criminal complaint issued in the Western District of Texas for his role in a scheme to smuggle special interest aliens from Mexico into the United States.

Washington, DC - The Office of Justice Programs’ Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention today published guidelines to help law enforcement prevent and respond to cases of international kidnapping of a child by a noncustodial parent.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - When U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers seized 48 counterfeit Cartier Love Bracelets on July 23 at the Port of Philadelphia, they proved that true love isn’t as cheap as some may hope.

McAllen, Texas – U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Centralized Processing Center on Monday, July 30 discovered an adult man and woman using a fraudulent birth certificate in an attempt to pass as father and child.

Baltimore, Maryland - Part of CBP’s mission is to ensure that all import and export commodities comply with applicable U.S. laws and regulations and pose no threat to the United States.  CBP collaborates extensively with other federal agencies and industry partners, such as importers, shippers, terminal operators, shipping lines, and brokers to continuously develop innovative methods to efficiently clear cargo and review thousands of import and export permits, foreign government certifications, and invoices in order to ensure that products meet import or export requirements.  On average, CBP annually processes 90,000 automobiles for export from the United States at the Baltimore seaport.  So far in 2018, CBP in Baltimore has intercepted 52 stolen vehicles which have a domestic value of over $2 million.