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There is no reason as to why not. But, here is a little hint :whistle:

Explore round trip versus one way. The tickets are cheaper for illogical reasoning unknown to me. You do not have to use the return ticket.

Look at different dates and times and stay away from weekends unless money is of no concern. No need to shop around a lot as the airlines have tightened the purse strings. I have been traveling internationally for some time now and have not found an appreciable difference in prices from different websites, in fact, I use the airlines website (for me American Airlines) and get the best pricing and time options as compared to search engines. There is a big difference between Airline companies as they all have their territories well marked and defined.

Just do some googling and comparing. Just be careful with the least expensive tickets as they cost a lot to make an itinerary change once purchased. Just make sure you understand those before you purchase.

Good Luck and a little research goes a long way to help with the financial strain during this process of getting our loved ones home to us. :thumbs: I hope this was helpful.....

John and Mari

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Round trip tickets are generally cheaper, just don't forget to cancel the second trip if you don't use it. Generally it's not a problem, but I read two cases here where it hasn't been cancelled and their AOS was denied because USCIS said they left the US thus abandoned the process. Proving that you actually never were on that plane is not as easy as you would think.

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Round trip tickets are generally cheaper, just don't forget to cancel the second trip if you don't use it. Generally it's not a problem, but I read two cases here where it hasn't been cancelled and their AOS was denied because USCIS said they left the US thus abandoned the process. Proving that you actually never were on that plane is not as easy as you would think.

Thanks for adding the cancellation part to the post. Most Helpful :thumbs:

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Round trip tickets are generally cheaper, just don't forget to cancel the second trip if you don't use it. Generally it's not a problem, but I read two cases here where it hasn't been cancelled and their AOS was denied because USCIS said they left the US thus abandoned the process. Proving that you actually never were on that plane is not as easy as you would think.

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Great tip!

Such an important thing to remember. Close the loop with the airline by contacting them.

In this age of close scrutiny while flying, let the airline know what you are doing.

Who knows, it may prevent a red flag coming up by your name on your next flight, and who needs more hassles, lines or delays at the airport.

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