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Domestic Flights (USA) Pending AOS and AP

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Yes, you can fly anywhere in the US so long as you never land on any foreign territory, i.e. use only non-stop flights [from/to] if you leave the mainland. Have a copy of your AOS documents on you just in case.

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That'll be more than enough. For clarification, no one - including TSA or airline agents - will question you as to your status in this country. All they care is whether your passport is valid. As a rule there are no immigration checks for domestic flights, except for some airports located within close distance to the border, PR and HI.

Perfect, thank you. All I have regarding that is my NOA1. I hope that'd be suffice.

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