Port of Entry (Part 3, Question 3.a1 on Form I-90) is the officially recognized location where you entered the United States. Everyone arriving at a Port of Entry (land, air or sea) is inspected by U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) officers.
Ports of Entry are generally listed as locations but could be airports, sea terminals, border crossings and other government facilities. For a complete list of valid Ports of Entry, use CitizenPath's step-by-step I-90 service. Try it now.