After the mayhem at the ports of entry into the United States from Mexico a month ago, a small influx was recorded on Monday at the San Ysidro port of entry, which is known for being the busiest in the world.
Users of the Facebook group Como Esta la Linea Tijuana reported that they queued for a maximum of 15 minutes to cross from Tijuana to San Diego through the San Ysidro port of entry at 7 a.m., even though this is just after the Christmas shopping season when lines could be up to 5 hours long.
According to users, the pedestrian crossing at the San Ysidro port of entry is free and has a short wait time.
Pedestrians and automobiles are free to cross the Otay crossing, so you may select where to cross and avoid huge waits.
This Monday, January 17, is Martin Luther King Jr. Day in the United States; thus, it's likely that the short queues to pass from Mexico to the other side are due to this. If you were planning on crossing this day, now's your opportunity to escape large lineups.
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