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Hi fellow vjers! I hope someone can help me with my situation. I just got approved and I'm leaving on may with my sister and 2 minor kids ( 9 months old, 1 and 7 months old babies ) so she asked me to help her go home in connecticut. She cannot fly alone with two kids. She booked the tickets already. My concern is do you think I will have a problem in immigration and question me. I'm planning after 2-3 days of stay in connecticut I fly to Denver Colorado to see my fiancé. I asked my fiancé to book me a connecting flight to Denver and write a letter to explain the situation, incase they might question me in immigration at least I have something to present. Hope someone have an idea. Thank you!

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You will have no problems -- once you clear customs & immigration at your POE, you will not have to deal with immigration again or explain anything to anyone about your travel plans. Once you enter the US, in your case -- you're free to move about the country.

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You will have no problems -- once you clear customs & immigration at your POE, you will not have to deal with immigration again or explain anything to anyone about your travel plans. Once you enter the US, in your case -- you're free to move about the country.

Thank you so much for the reply leatherneck. Do you think they will question me on my final destination going to connecticut instead going directly to my fiancé is in Colorado?

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Thank you so much for the reply leatherneck. Do you think they will question me on my final destination going to connecticut instead going directly to my fiancé is in Colorado?

Probably, but just tell them the truth.

You are not doing anything wrong!

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I agree, you have no obligation to travel directly to Denver first. Should anyone (immigration) ask you, just tell them what you're doing - no problem.


"The Marines I have seen around the world have the cleanest bodies, the filthiest minds, the highest morale, and the lowest morals of any group of animals I have ever seen. Thank God for the United States Marine Corps!" - Eleanor Roosevelt, First Lady of the United States, 1945.

"Retreat hell! We just got here!"

CAPT. LLOYD WILLIAMS, USMC

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