port of entry

Definition of "port of entry"
  1. A place within the United States or its territories where people, including citizens and foreign nationals, are officially allowed to enter
How to use "port of entry" in a sentence
  1. Upon arriving from Canada, they had to pass inspection at the port of entry.
  2. The traveler was denied admission to the United States at the port of entry.
  3. All immigrants entering the country must first pass through a port of entry.

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