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Ports of Entry

Dennis DeConcini Port of EntryDeconcini Port of Entry
Located at the beginning of Interstate 19 and Grand Avenue, the Deconcini port of entry processes both vehicular and pedestrian border crossers. This building is also home to offices for the Nogales Section of US Customs and Border Protection. A number of parking lots are immediately adjacent to the port of entry to facilitate your pedestrian crossing between the United States and Mexico. This port is open 24/7 and supports SENTRI and FAST programs.

 

Morley Port of EntryMorley Port of Entry
Located at the intersection of Calle Elias and Morley Avenue, this is the historic Main Street Port of Entry. Today it is the only exclusively pedestrian port of entry in the nation, serving the stores and restaurants located on both sides of the border. This port is open daily from 10 am to 6 pm.

 

 

Mariposa Port of EntryMariposa Port of Entry
Dedicated in 2014, the $220 million expansion of the Mariposa port of entry made this 4th busiest land port in the southwest the most efficient and state-of-the-art in the nation. Cars, buses, pedestrians, and trucks are all inspected here. Trade through Mariposa funnels an estimated $26 billion of economic activity between both countries. This port is open daily 6 am to 10 pm. Located at the terminus of SR 189 about 2 miles west of downtown Nogales.

 

Read about the Mariposa Port's Architectural Achievements highlighted in the Journal of the American Institute of Architects.