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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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Hello to everyone

Please I want your advice;

I am leaving to be with my wife this month. She lives in the state of Idaho. I want to use air France Company to join my wife. Than means I have to fly from Casablanca to Paris then from Paris to Salt Lake and next to Idaho. I have only the category IV CR1 visa that is valid for 6 months so am I allowed to fly from other countries or I am required to fly directly from Casablanca to USA without using another country??


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Filed: Country: United Kingdom
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As long as you don't leave the airport, which you usually won't if your connection is the same day, you will be fine to fly from country to country.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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You can make a connection in Paris as long as you have a visa for USA.

TWOV (Transit Without Visa):

Visa required, except for Those continuing their journey to a third country by the same or a connecting aircraft, provided arriving and departing from/to non-Schengen countries, and not leaving the airport transit area.

Additional Information:

- All passengers must hold proof of repatriation, e.g. onward/return ticket and documents for return/onward journey, and sufficient funds for maintenance during their stay;

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Filed: Other Country: Japan
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Your US Visa only applies to entry into the USA.

They don't care how you get here, or how many countries you stop in...except maybe some of the axes of evil countries :)

In short, you could leave Casablanca, go to Paris, go to Tokyo, go to Rome, and then swim over from Italy to NYC....

as long as you keep you US Visa dry.

Congrats and good luck.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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Your US Visa only applies to entry into the USA.

They don't care how you get here, or how many countries you stop in...except maybe some of the axes of evil countries :)

In short, you could leave Casablanca, go to Paris, go to Tokyo, go to Rome, and then swim over from Italy to NYC....

as long as you keep you US Visa dry.

Congrats and good luck.

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