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A serious question about buying tickets for your fiancee

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I'm in the final step of our K1 visa process, with the approval already in place and just waiting for the VISA to come in hand and for her to go to the seminar.

This site has given great information the couple of times I've read from here

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My actual question is when I buy a ticket for my Fiancee through EVA AIR, do they require a credit card check? I don't remember if they checked mine at all, but I don't want her to be stranded at the airport without a way to get on the plane.

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Check the following website out:

http://www.evaair.com/en-us/public/credit-card-non-card-holder.html

http://www.evaair.com/en-us/book-and-manage-your-trip/essential-information/reservation/online-reservation/

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  • You are required to present the credit card used to purchase the ticket during check-in at the airport. For identification at the check-in counter, you must use a credit card with the card number and name stamped into it. You are required to input your first name and last name exactly as displayed on the credit card. Passengers who fail to do so will be denied boarding unless they purchase a full-fare ticket at the airport ticket counter.
  • If you, as the credit card holder, will not be among the travel party, you must present your credit card to EVA Air and sign an indemnity form. This can be done in one of two ways.
    • Visit any EVA Air office during business hours and at least 48 hours before the passenger's scheduled departure. You must bring your credit card and sign an Indemnity of Payment form.
    • Visit the EVA Air counter at the airport at least one hour before scheduled departure. You must bring your credit card and sign an Indemnity of Payment form.

I've mentioned this before, but VJ members who are in the initial stage of the process may want to think about giving their fiancée/fiancé a credit card as an authorized user. It avoids a lot of headache with the airlines.

Edited by Umka36

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