1455 NW Overton Street, Portland, Oregon
Just like the airport you aren't allowed to bring in weapons like jackknives or even penknives. I took our knives back to the car. When I got back to the entrance there is another guard on duty who wants to know my business. Fortunately the guy who was manning the desk when I first showed up was still there and recognized me and let me in. Osmany was the only one with business, so technically they didn't have to let me in. Like I said, personal service makes a difference.
Inside it is pretty bare bones: a lobby with several closed doors, stairs heading up to a waiting room, and an open doorway leading to room with some chairs and people. Apparently this is where the action is. Osmany is getting his fingerprints taken, and they aren't your simple press-all-your-fingers-at-once kind. The lady roles each one of his fingers and thumbs through an angle of maybe 120 degrees. They make really wide prints.