At that point the agent, who did not seem to know much, told us that his fellow CBP officials were “probably” waiting for United to deliver our luggage for inspection. This information would have been helpful earlier as, I explained, “Our kids have our luggage.” Indeed, our well-trained children secured our luggage, as well as theirs. “Call them and tell them to place your luggage back on the carousel so United can find them” the official demanded. I did as I was told. Our children, however, took this directive one step further and found a United agent willing to deliver our luggage to the CBP office before they were asked to leave. When our luggage was finally delivered and found to be free of additional turkey sandwiches, or whatever it was they were looking for, we were told to leave.