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traveling from U.S with extension document with transfer in Spain to Morocco

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My husband and I are planning a trip to Morocco in November, we filed his removal of conditions in March 2015. I'm hoping everything goes smoothly and his green card arrives before we travel, however if it doesn't we will travel with the receipt saying its extended for one year.

My question is, has anyone traveled with this certificate and made a connection via Spain to Morocco? I'm a little worried that he might have an issue traveling with the expired card and only holding this extension paper.

We usually travel direct to Morocco but found some amazing prices that we would love to take advantage of if there aren't any issues.

Looking forward to hearing what experiences people have regarding this.

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