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Hello Folks,

My fiance just received his k-1 visa and completed the CFO seminar. I purchased the plane ticket from Manila to Dubai and onto the US through Emirates airlines. He printed the itinerary to take to the airport. Does he need a copy of my credit card or card number when checking in for his initial flight. thanks

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My partner did same flight as he wanted to see the Dubai airport so badly for some reason haha. plus was cheapest one way flight too.

He had no issues when checking in with Emirates at all.

Long as you make sure you input his information as passenger exactly as his passport shows, you will be good to go.

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ive read so many horror stories on VJ that I would give your fiancé all documents just to be on the safe side. If I were him I would bring a scanned copy of your credit card who was used to purchase your flight, a copy of your passport page or ID and a statement signed from you that you used your credit card for his flight.

Sometimes there are still airlines that insist that the credit card holder who paid for the ticket must be present in person when checking-in although I think it wasn't Emirates who caused that trouble before. Maybe give them a quick call?! Definitely won't hurt

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