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Hey everyone -- I've recently moved to Florida from Canada on a K-1 visa, and my husband and I got married in October, a little over a month after I arrived. We've had to hold off filing for my AOS until March because funds are tight right now. However, my Mother-In-Law's 60th birthday is this Saturday, and as a surprise, my husband's Grandfather wants to fly us both into Boston for the party. He already bought the tickets online last week. Since this is travel inside the US, and not out, and we're only going to be gone a day, will I run into any trouble at the airport? IE, should I bring my marriage certificate or something like that? Will it get me into any trouble? I probably should have researched this all sooner (I suck), but it only just dawned on me, and I wanted to make sure. Any information provided will be rewarded with a trillion dollars* and eternal gratitude.

*trillion dollars to be paid in a trillion small yearly installments ;)


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We travelled via plane to Chicago before filing AOS. No issues whatsoever.


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You can't go back for what you've missed

So make it count, hold on tight find a way to make it right

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So make it good, make it last 'cause it all flies by so fast

You only get one trip

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Yep - but as you'll be using your passport as your ID, make sure the name on it matches the name on the plane ticket. If it doesn't, be sure and bring your marriage certificate with you.


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Hey everyone -- I've recently moved to Florida from Canada on a K-1 visa, and my husband and I got married in October, a little over a month after I arrived. We've had to hold off filing for my AOS until March because funds are tight right now. However, my Mother-In-Law's 60th birthday is this Saturday, and as a surprise, my husband's Grandfather wants to fly us both into Boston for the party. He already bought the tickets online last week. Since this is travel inside the US, and not out, and we're only going to be gone a day, will I run into any trouble at the airport? IE, should I bring my marriage certificate or something like that? Will it get me into any trouble? I probably should have researched this all sooner (I suck), but it only just dawned on me, and I wanted to make sure. Any information provided will be rewarded with a trillion dollars* and eternal gratitude.

*trillion dollars to be paid in a trillion small yearly installments ;)

You will need photo ID in the same name as your flight ticket so if ticket is in your married name and you photo ID is in maiden name take a copy of your marriage certificate with you.... there are no restrictions on travel within the USA....

wear something warm to come to boston is very cold here and its going to be colder on Sat... have a wonderful visit...

Kez

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You guys are the best. Thanks so much! *dances*


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