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Domestic travel while waiting for AoS Interview

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Should my wife present her AP/EAD combo card and passport to the TSA agent during domestic travel within the USA, or simply her passport? We are awaiting our AoS interview, so I am not sure if an overstay will show up during the TSA screening at the airport? Also, she will be carrying her I-797 receipts, marriage license and AP/EAD combo card. Do we need to bring original documents (I-797 and marriage license), or will copies suffice? 

 

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TSA only cares that she’s the same person on the boarding pass. She can present anything that confirms that.

 

 Otherwise she’s only required to carry something showing she’s lawfully present. I don’t know who you would show a marriage certificate or I-797 receipts to in the course of a domestic flight.

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