21210 Border Patrol

Find 21210 Border Patrol and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) offices. Border patrol offices provide information about border security along our borders (Canadian and Mexican border), illegal immigration, and border patrol hiring.


Washington DC Border Patrol 801 9th Street Northwest Washington DC 20001 38.0 miles from 21210 202-789-1787


Washington DC Border Patrol 1025 F Street Northwest Washington DC 20004 38.2 miles from 21210 202-325-8500

Washington DC Border Patrol 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest Washington DC 20004 38.6 miles from 21210 202-354-1000

Springfield Virginia Border Patrol 6506 Loisdale Road Springfield VA 22150 49.7 miles from 21210 703-921-7200

Sterling Virginia Border Patrol 1 Saarinen Circle Sterling VA 20166 51.9 miles from 21210 703-661-5422

Lorton Virginia Border Patrol 8444 Terminal Road Lorton VA 22079 52.9 miles from 21210 703-339-5174

Does a Border Patrol agent need a warrant to search someone at a port of entry to the U.S.?

No. A Border Patrol agent does not need to obtain a warrant or even have reason to suspect an individual is engaged in illegal activity before performing a search.

How many illegal border crossings has the Border Patrol stopped?

The Border Patrol made over 415,000 apprehensions in the most recent year for which data is available. While it is impossible to estimate how many illegal crossings were deterred as a result of Border Patrol efforts, the data demonstrates the scale of the agency's activity.

Where does Border Patrol set up vehicle checkpoints?

The Border Patrol operates more than 30 permanent checkpoints in four states located along major highways within 100 miles of the border with Mexico. The Border Patrol also operates a number of tactical checkpoints which are temporary and usually set up on secondary roads that are suspected of being used for illegal activity.