The Antler, North Dakota, Port of Entry is just one of 67 ports within the Seattle Field Operations Office, which includes the states of Washington, Montana, North Dakota, Idaho, and Minnesota. It stretches from the Pacific Ocean to Grand Portage on Lake Superior. This CBP area welcomed in more than 1.2 commercial trucks, 3.2 million cargo containers, 10 million cars; and more than 14,000 trains in FY2011 alone.
In the Seattle Field Office, which includes the Antler Port of Entry, there were 1,440 officers and 120 agricultural specialists in 2011. The CBP jobs here were responsible for discovering $3.2 million in unreported currency, seizing more than 400 pounds of illegal drugs, and making 1,613 arrests during this time. There are a number of CBP jobs likely found along the Northern Border, including Antler:
- CBP Officers
- Border Patrol Agents
- Agricultural Specialists
- Air Interdiction Agents
- Contract Specialists
The Antler Port of Entry is open seven days a week, from 9:00AM to 10:00PM. The Antler Port of Entry is part of the Pembina Service Port, which is open seven days a week, 24 hours a day.
Recent News in the Antler, North Dakota, Port of Entry
The Antler, North Dakota, Port of Entry was assigned a new CBP Port Director, Douglas Steltzer, in April 2012. Steltzer first began his career with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) in 2003 as a CBP officer. Before that he had a long career with the U.S. Air Force.
Port Director Steltzer, as well as Port Directors at all of the nation’s 300 Ports of Entry, must carry out the mission of the CBP to fight terrorism, apprehend criminal aliens, intercept pests and plant diseases, and seize illegal imports according to law and trade agreements. These CBP professionals are also tasked with supervising all frontline CBP officers and overseeing all management activities at their respective Port of Entry.
Antler, North Dakota
Antler is a miniscule city in Bottineau County in North Dakota. As of the 2010 census this city had a population of just 27. Antler shares a border with the farming town of Gainsborough, which is located in the southeastern section of Saskatchewan, Canada.
Antler is located 151 miles north of Bismarck, North Dakota and about 470 miles northwest of Minneapolis, Minnesota.