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Any ideas as far as one way flights and roundtrip? What have you all done in the past?? My fiance is supposed to be arriving but the one way flights are outrageous! Help!!

Get a return ticket. Many people do, because of the fact that it is so much cheaper. It won't have any negative impact.

I would make sure that the return flight is several months in the future, and just cancel it before that date comes around.


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Question is asked all the time.

Standard answer.

Buy whichever costs less, HOWEVER if you do buy round trip, make sure you CANCLE the return trip after arriving in the USA, I have seen posts where AOS is denied because Airline used the return seat for a standby passenger and failed to change the name on the flight information, it looked like the person had left the country without AP, making AOS look to be abandoned.

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