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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Germany
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Hello everyone,

I got married to a US citizen about two month ago. we filed the whole AOS package and by now I have gotten the EAD and also my AP. I want to go home for Christmas to visit my family in Germany. My husband is in the military and he has used Space Available flights to get to Germany before. We were thinking about doing that for Christmas as well. My question is only: Do the Space A people know what to do with me when I show them my AP? Has anyone done this? And can tell me if there is anything complicated or different from a "normal" point of entry?

i hope theres someone who can help me... thanks in advance!

Sarah

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Hello everyone,

I got married to a US citizen about two month ago. we filed the whole AOS package and by now I have gotten the EAD and also my AP. I want to go home for Christmas to visit my family in Germany. My husband is in the military and he has used Space Available flights to get to Germany before. We were thinking about doing that for Christmas as well. My question is only: Do the Space A people know what to do with me when I show them my AP? Has anyone done this? And can tell me if there is anything complicated or different from a "normal" point of entry?

i hope theres someone who can help me... thanks in advance!

Sarah

The person who issues a Space "A" boarding pass is the same person(s) that issues a confirmed seat boarding pass...


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Hello everyone,

I got married to a US citizen about two month ago. we filed the whole AOS package and by now I have gotten the EAD and also my AP. I want to go home for Christmas to visit my family in Germany. My husband is in the military and he has used Space Available flights to get to Germany before. We were thinking about doing that for Christmas as well. My question is only: Do the Space A people know what to do with me when I show them my AP? Has anyone done this? And can tell me if there is anything complicated or different from a "normal" point of entry?

i hope theres someone who can help me... thanks in advance!

Sarah

The person who issues a Space "A" boarding pass is the same person(s) that issues a confirmed seat boarding pass...

She's talking about space available travel on military transport, not commercial standby.


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Germany
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yup thats what i was talking about but it seems like nobodys ever done that? thats too bad! anyone any advice for me if i should do it or not? flights for december are about 1000 dollars now.. kind of expensive.. space available would be free...

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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yup thats what i was talking about but it seems like nobodys ever done that? thats too bad! anyone any advice for me if i should do it or not? flights for december are about 1000 dollars now.. kind of expensive.. space available would be free...

Because it addresses all modes of transport and says they won't be liable if there is a problem with you I would assume they would understand that if it works on normal flights it would work for them too. But no one wants to be responible for anything these days so I can't tell you it will be 100% alright.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
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Hello everyone,

I got married to a US citizen about two month ago. we filed the whole AOS package and by now I have gotten the EAD and also my AP. I want to go home for Christmas to visit my family in Germany. My husband is in the military and he has used Space Available flights to get to Germany before. We were thinking about doing that for Christmas as well. My question is only: Do the Space A people know what to do with me when I show them my AP? Has anyone done this? And can tell me if there is anything complicated or different from a "normal" point of entry?

i hope theres someone who can help me... thanks in advance!

Sarah

Nothing diffferent. Have a good trip.


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