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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cameroon
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Hello everyone! My fiance's K-1 visa was approved today and we're getting ready to book his flight! Does anyone know if he'll need a transit visa to fly through Europe? I read some information saying that he would because he's Cameroonian, but because he'll have a valid USA visa, he has an exception. Anyone else booked a ticket recently and can share their experience?

Also, another question on booking tickets... is there anything I need to be aware of? I was just planning on booking a one-way ticket and make sure he has all his documents and records. Is there anything else he needs? I once heard people need a roundtrip ticket, but I didn't think that was true. Does anyone know?

Thanks!!!

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Hello everyone! My fiance's K-1 visa was approved today and we're getting ready to book his flight! Does anyone know if he'll need a transit visa to fly through Europe? I read some information saying that he would because he's Cameroonian, but because he'll have a valid USA visa, he has an exception. Anyone else booked a ticket recently and can share their experience?

Also, another question on booking tickets... is there anything I need to be aware of? I was just planning on booking a one-way ticket and make sure he has all his documents and records. Is there anything else he needs? I once heard people need a roundtrip ticket, but I didn't think that was true. Does anyone know?

Thanks!!!

Despite the fact that he has a US visa or even a US Residency card, he'll be viewed as a Cameroonian as long as he is travelling with that passport until he becomes a US citizen and gets the US passport.

So that been said he'll need to check with the specific airline for the rules of the country for the layover.

You don't need to buy a round trip ticket for your visa type though round trip tickets are usually cheaper.

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Cameroon
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Despite the fact that he has a US visa or even a US Residency card, he'll be viewed as a Cameroonian as long as he is travelling with that passport until he becomes a US citizen and gets the US passport.

So that been said he'll need to check with the specific airline for the rules of the country for the layover.

You don't need to buy a round trip ticket for your visa type though round trip tickets are usually cheaper.

Most of the time, she will not visa extra visa. Its the airlines that make sure you can get to your destination with needing extra visa unless she plans to stop in Europe for a couple of days to visit someone

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