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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jordan
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I am flying to Jordan for my husband's interview on Aug 24, so I have booked a round-trip ticket. I wasn't thinking at the time that he will be returning with me if all goes well and no AP. My first US stop is Washington, DC and it's only a little over 2 hours until the next flight to Charlotte.

I know immigration lines are sometimes crazy, so now I am worried that he will get tied up there and we will miss the last flight of the journey.

Anyone know how the airlines usually handle this (if you miss the flight because of immigration lines)? We are flying United if that is important.

Thanks!

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Hope this is the right place for this question. If not please move for me... thanks!

I am flying to Jordan for my husband's interview on Aug 24, so I have booked a round-trip ticket. I wasn't thinking at the time that he will be returning with me if all goes well and no AP. My first US stop is Washington, DC and it's only a little over 2 hours until the next flight to Charlotte.

I know immigration lines are sometimes crazy, so now I am worried that he will get tied up there and we will miss the last flight of the journey.

Anyone know how the airlines usually handle this (if you miss the flight because of immigration lines)? We are flying United if that is important.

Thanks!

They'll put you on the next available flight to your final destination if you get held up for a while in secondary. Nothing to worry about, this happens all the time.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Iran
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Yep my hubby got held at immigration in Chicago so long he missed his flight. He had to spend his first night in the US at O'Hara airport and was on the first plane here the next morning. Airlines took care of all of it for him thank God because he was scared to death.

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