Deferred Inspection is a procedure, which is used when an immediate decision concerning the immigration status of an arriving traveler cannot be made at the port of entry, due to a lack of documentation. On a case-by-case basis, the port of entry may schedule the traveler to report to a Deferred Inspection Site, at a future date, in order to present the necessary documentation and/or information in order to resolve the issues raised. There are currently 70 Deferred Inspections Sites throughout the United States and the outlaying territories.
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