Immigration Checkpoints?

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The United States Border Patrol operates seventy-one traffic checkpoints, including thirty-two permanent traffic checkpoints, near the southern border of the United States. The main purpose of the inspection stations is to stop illegal immigration and drug and money smuggling activities. Some of the names of the states that have immigration checkpoints are Texas, Arizona, California, and Mexico. There are also several United States Border Patrol checkpoints in the northern states, such as New York, and Maine.
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