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im trying to book a flight for my wife using asiana airlines from manila to lax via incheon. upon arrival @ incheon airport korea, does she need to fill out the arrival card and customs declaration form in korea even though shes only there for her connecting flight to lax usa. is it hard for a newbie to do a connecting flight in incheon regarding the foreign signs and vastness of the airport. also, about the US customs declaration card, question 7 country of residence? my wife just got approved for the cr1 visa so does she answer philippines or usa for country of residence. and on question 15, does she fill in on the residents section or the visitor section for the dollar amount of goods/articles bringing in to the US with her. anyone with experience about this kind of situation, please respond. thanks.

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im trying to book a flight for my wife using asiana airlines from manila to lax via incheon. upon arrival @ incheon airport korea, does she need to fill out the arrival card and customs declaration form in korea even though shes only there for her connecting flight to lax usa. is it hard for a newbie to do a connecting flight in incheon regarding the foreign signs and vastness of the airport. also, about the US customs declaration card, question 7 country of residence? my wife just got approved for the cr1 visa so does she answer philippines or usa for country of residence. and on question 15, does she fill in on the residents section or the visitor section for the dollar amount of goods/articles bringing in to the US with her. anyone with experience about this kind of situation, please respond. thanks.

Sorry I can only answer the first part. She does not have to fill anythung out at Incheon....not until she gets to the U.S. That airport is pretty easy to navigate, one of the easiest I've been through. All the staff there are helpful and will help her with finding the proper gate. As far as the other sections, I don't have a for certain right answer, but I would put all the Phils info since she doesn't actually reside in the U.S. at the moment.

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She doesn't need to fill out arrival card or customs declaration form in korea since she is just gonna change plane. On US customs question 7 should be Philippines. on Question 15 fill out residents section.

im trying to book a flight for my wife using asiana airlines from manila to lax via incheon. upon arrival @ incheon airport korea, does she need to fill out the arrival card and customs declaration form in korea even though shes only there for her connecting flight to lax usa. is it hard for a newbie to do a connecting flight in incheon regarding the foreign signs and vastness of the airport. also, about the US customs declaration card, question 7 country of residence? my wife just got approved for the cr1 visa so does she answer philippines or usa for country of residence. and on question 15, does she fill in on the residents section or the visitor section for the dollar amount of goods/articles bringing in to the US with her. anyone with experience about this kind of situation, please respond. thanks.


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im trying to book a flight for my wife using asiana airlines from manila to lax via incheon. upon arrival @ incheon airport korea, does she need to fill out the arrival card and customs declaration form in korea even though shes only there for her connecting flight to lax usa. is it hard for a newbie to do a connecting flight in incheon regarding the foreign signs and vastness of the airport. also, about the US customs declaration card, question 7 country of residence? my wife just got approved for the cr1 visa so does she answer philippines or usa for country of residence. and on question 15, does she fill in on the residents section or the visitor section for the dollar amount of goods/articles bringing in to the US with her. anyone with experience about this kind of situation, please respond. thanks.

Country of residence... where was she living before climbing on the airplane? ;) Visitor or resident ... is she just visiting or coming to live in the USA?

.. about Korea, my gut says no need to complete the customs declaration if just changing planes.


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