A $13 million Border Patrol is planned for North Dakota, the Associated Press reports.
The building is expected to be 30,000-square-feet on 10 acres of land in Pembina, in the northeast section of the state.
As the government wraps up the property purchase, construction could begin in a few months.
The station in Pembina, where about 50 Border Patrol agents are based, was chosen over seven other cities, the AP reported.
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