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Hiya,

I was wondering when you arrive in the United States do you need to go to a certain line/room/area if you're a visa holder (K-1 in my case)? I am travelling with my parents, they're going via the visa waiver programme and I'm entering with the K-1. Will we get seperated at any point because I'd need to go to a different line/area/room?

I'm a *tad* worried about this because of the whole assistance thing. Last time I arrived in the US on a visit (which was via the visa waiver programme) my wheelchair wasn't at the gate it was all the way at baggage in which I had to be wheeled by my parents all the way through San Francisco Airport to claim. Obviously if I need to be seperated from them because we're both entering via different means and I'm in an airline wheelchair it's going to present a problem. Do they allow your relatives to enter whatever it is (a line/area/department/room) for new immigrants or not? The airline cannot ensure my wheelchair will be delivered to the gate it depends on the day. So I'm just trying to be prepared.

Fioa


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Hiya,

I was wondering when you arrive in the United States do you need to go to a certain line/room/area if you're a visa holder (K-1 in my case)? I am travelling with my parents, they're going via the visa waiver programme and I'm entering with the K-1. Will we get seperated at any point because I'd need to go to a different line/area/room?

I'm a *tad* worried about this because of the whole assistance thing. Last time I arrived in the US on a visit (which was via the visa waiver programme) my wheelchair wasn't at the gate it was all the way at baggage in which I had to be wheeled by my parents all the way through San Francisco Airport to claim. Obviously if I need to be seperated from them because we're both entering via different means and I'm in an airline wheelchair it's going to present a problem. Do they allow your relatives to enter whatever it is (a line/area/department/room) for new immigrants or not? The airline cannot ensure my wheelchair will be delivered to the gate it depends on the day. So I'm just trying to be prepared.

Fioa

Not sure if I am able to help. I came through the SFO POE with my parents and sister. We went through the same line with no problems.

Good luck!

sincerely,

Miwa's wife

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