Office of Law Enforcement
Protecting Wildlife and Plant Resources
Mexican Border Ports

You may use the following ports to import or export wildlife (including parts or products) whose origin is Mexico or the United States. You may not use these ports if the wildlife requires a permit under 50 CFR Part 16 (injurious species), Part 17 (endangered and threatened species), Part 18 (marine mammals), Part 21 (migratory birds), or Part 23 (CITES species).

Brownsville, TX
1500 E. Elizabeth St. #239
Brownsville, Texas  78520
Phone: (956) 504-2035
Fax: (956) 504-2289
Calexico, CA
Contact border port of San Diego
El Paso, TX
Mail: P.O. Box 10061
El Paso, Texas 79995
Physical: 3600 E. Paisano (BOTA), #142A
El Paso, Texas  79905
Phone: (915) 730-7031
Fax: (915) 532-4776
Laredo, TX
220 W. Hillside, Suite #3
Laredo, Texas 78041
Phone: (956) 726-2234
Fax: (956) 726-3718
Lukeville, AZ
Contact border port of Nogales
Nogales, AZ
9 N. Grand Avenue,#2229 A
Nogales, Arizona  85621
Phone: (520) 287-4633
Fax: (520) 287-3877
San Diego, CA
610 West Ash St., Suite 1103
San Diego, California  92101
Phone: (619) 557-5794
Fax: (619) 557-2997
 

Last updated: February 14, 2013