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Border Patrol Jobs in Milltown, Maine

The Milltown, Maine, Port of Entry is served by the Milltown International Bridge, which connects Calais, Maine with St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada. The St. Croix River serves as a natural boundary between the two countries.

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There are actually three separate bridges/border crossings in the Calais area:

  • Milltown International Bridge – 534 North Street, Calais
  • Ferry Point International Bridge – 3 Customs Street, Calais
  • International Avenue Bridge – 180 International Avenue, Calais

With both the Milltown and Ferry Point International Bridges and Ports of Entry often experiencing cramped surroundings and long lines and delays, the International Avenue Bridge was constructed and completed in 2010 to ease congestion between Calais and St. Stephen.

Milltown, Maine, Port of Entry

The Milltown, Maine, Port of Entry is one of the older border crossings in the Calais/St. Stephen area. As of the 2010 opening of the International Avenue Bridge and Border Crossing, the Milltown Port of Entry now services automobiles only. All trucks and commercial traffic is now directed to the International Avenue border crossing.

The Milltown, Maine, Port of Entry is open 24 hours a day, seven days per week.

Border Patrol Jobs in Milltown, Maine

Although Border Patrol jobs at the Milltown Port of Entry are few because it services just cars and pedestrian traffic, it can be expected that there is an abundance of Border Patrol jobs at the nearby International Avenue Bridge crossing. The larger facility, because it processes trucks and cargo, requires a wide variety of Border Patrol jobs, including:

  • Border Patrol Agents – These frontline law enforcement professionals meet stringent education and training requirements that prepare them for patrolling the areas at or near border crossings and ports of entry.
  • CBP Officers – CBP officers work at ports of entry to screen passengers and cargo.
  • Agricultural Specialists – These experts are trained to detect and prevent harmful pests and plant and animal diseases from crossing the border into the United States.
  • Air and Marine Interdiction Agents – These professionals use their specialized training and equipment to prevent individuals, weapons, and contraband from entering the country by air or water.

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