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Hi All,

have a doubt, would appreciate your help.

Can POE be any port as mentioned in this list http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/toolbox/contacts/ports/

and I can stopover at my cousin's place for a couple of days before i go to my fiancee's state.

Thanks in advance,

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Mugda, you can stop at any POE within the US. In saying that, I would like to make a statement not a judgement. Why don't you go to your fiancee first, then you and your future wife return to your cousin's place. :whistle:

In asking the question the way you did, can lead to un-wanted speculation. Your cousin, will become her cousin when you marry, so why not start off on the right note. :thumbs:

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Sure

you can come using any POE, but, based on other VJ's experience, it is always better to find a POE conveniently located to the place where the new couple will live.

Because, sometimes there are a few problems like the I-94 lost or stolen, wrong date stamped in the passport and people have gone to the POE and have solved a lot of things easily, against people that live so far from POE, that need to travel a lot to find any POE's help.

Later, you will be able to travel to visit your cousing. and the most important thing is that you and your fiancée will be together. after all that paperwork

Edited by inloveVEN

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Sure

you can come using any POE, but, based on other VJ's experience, it is always better to find a POE conveniently located to the place where the new couple will live.

Because, sometimes there are a few problems like the I-94 lost or stolen, wrong date stamped in the passport and people have gone to the POE and have solved a lot of things easily, against people that live so far from POE, that need to travel a lot to find any POE's help.

Later, you will be able to travel to visit your cousing. and the most important thing is that you and your fiancée will be together. after all that paperwork

Thankyou all for your response.

Will try and work it out that way.

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I should point out that if you need to have any PoE paperwork amended or redone, there is no need at all to go back to the same PoE you entered at. ANY CBP "Deferred Inspection Unit" can correct/replace I-94's, and even do vehicle importations. Every international airport should have a deffered inspection unit, so don't sweat where you PoE. Any one will do.

Those of us who drove in from Canada PoE'd, in many cases, hundreds and hundreds of miles from our intended American address. It makes no difference at all. Access to a CBP PoE for paperwork issues is always as close as your nearest international airport.

Edited by HeatDeath

DON'T PANIC

"It says wonderful things about the two countries [Canada and the US] that neither one feels itself being inundated by each other's immigrants."

-Douglas Coupland

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