The Kardashians were confronted by customs agents after returning home from a trip to Costa Rica, days after Kim and Khloe publicly criticized President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban.
Images posted on TMZ's website show Border Patrol personnel entering the reality TV family's airplane prior to Kourtney, Kris, Kylie and Tyga being let off.
On Jan. 28, while hundreds of people were being detained at airports across the country, Khloe and Kim both took to social media to speak out against Trump's executive order banning citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S.
"All of this in the news today breaks my heart," Khloe wrote on Twitter, according to Fox News.
Kim was more political. She tweeted the word "Statistics" and uploaded an image of a chart showing the various ways Americans are killed every year.
According to the chart, an average of two Americans per year are killed by "Islamic jihadist immigrants," while 21 are killed by "armed toddlers." "Falling out of bed" reportedly accounts for 737 deaths, and 11,737 are killed after "being shot by another American."
Kim's post was retweeted over 195,000 times and liked more than 371,000 times.