MIA Pushes Mobile Passport Control AppLong lines and wait time is often part of the process when flying internationally. But, in an effort to "enhance" experience at customs, Miami International Airport is introducing a new customs mobile app.
MIA Launches New Mobile Passport Control AppFilling out forms for customs may soon be a thing of the past for some international travelers.
Changes To Rules Leave Cuba Travelers Angry Changes to the amount of goods travelers can bring into Cuba are leaving many Cuban-Americans upset.
Orlando International Uses Kiosks To Speed Up CustomsOrlando International Airport has gone high tech to help their international visitors zip through the customs process.
Customs Warns Of Fake/Inferior Products This Holiday SeasonThe old saying of if it looks too good to be true is especially apropos at Christmas time. Wednesday, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection showed off the fake inferior products they’ve seized that could ruin anyone’s Christmas.
End In Sight For MIA’s Long Customs LinesIf you’ve ever traveled outside of the United States than you know first-hand that waiting to go through customs lines can be infuriatingly slow. But that’s going to change in Miami-Dade County.
Coast Guard Returns 23 Migrants To CubaNearly two dozen Cuban migrants picked up by the Coast Guard have been returned to their homeland.
Holiday Boating? Don't Forget To ReportThe Memorial Day weekend is a huge time for boating in South Florida, and that can often mean pleasure boats arriving from the Bahamas and other points in the Caribbean. Each of those boats must check in with US Customs
Teen With Drugs In Cake Boxes Charged As AdultA British teen found carrying 30 pounds of cocaine stuffed in boxes of cake mix at Miami International Airport will be charged as an adult, according to prosecutors.
Teen Accused Of Carrying 30 Lbs Of Coke In Cake Mix BoxesAuthorities in Miami are trying to figure out if a British teen is a very crafty baker, or an ameteur drug smuggler.
Customs Officials Stop Would-Be InvadersCustoms officals made a unique and potentially dangerous discovery Dec. 20 after finding an invasive intruder in a shipment from Turkey.