International border states of the United States

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International border states are shown in red on this map. Florida shares a water border with Cuba.

The international border states are those states in the United States which border either Canada, Mexico, Cuba or Russia. There are eighteen: thirteen on the US-Canada border and four on the US-Mexico border and one has maritime borders with Cuba and The Bahamas.

US States bordering Canada (east to west):

US States bordering Mexico (east to west):

US States bordering Cuba and The Bahamas

US States bordering Russia

Border Lengths: [1]

State Length of Border Bordering Country
Alaska 1,538 mi (2,475 km) Canada
Texas 1,241 mi (1,997 km) Mexico
Michigan 721 mi (1,160 km) Canada
Maine 611 mi (983 km) Canada
Minnesota 547 mi (880 km) Canada
Montana 545 mi (877 km) Canada
New York 445 mi (716 km) Canada
Washington 427 mi (687 km) Canada
Arizona 373 mi (600 km) Mexico
North Dakota 310 mi (499 km) Canada
New Mexico 180 mi (290 km) Mexico
Ohio 146 mi (235 km) Canada
California 140 mi (225 km) Mexico
Vermont 90 mi (145 km) Canada
New Hampshire 58 mi (93 km) Canada
Idaho 45 mi (72 km) Canada
Pennsylvania 42 mi (68 km) Canada

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