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Any airport but make sure you have enough time before any connecting flight.   A three to four hour connection is best.


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3 hours ago, kris&me said:

any international airport 

must have customs and immigration

even Canada (Monteral and toronto) have US customs

All Canadian airports with regularly scheduled commercial flights to the US have US Ports of Entry, so that the flights are treated as "domestic" when landing in the US.  The correct answer, is "any port of entry" as it need not be an "airport".  Take a boat, drive, ride a bus or walk if you want.

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58 minutes ago, pushbrk said:

All Canadian airports with regularly scheduled commercial flights to the US have US Ports of Entry, so that the flights are treated as "domestic" when landing in the US.

Are you saying that all Canadian airports with regularly scheduled flights to the US have CBP Preclearance? Then, that's not the case. Some, like Kelowna International Airport (has multiple daily Alaska Airlines flights to Seattle), don't have CBP Preclearance: https://www.cbp.gov/border-security/ports-entry/operations/preclearance

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2 minutes ago, vivostu said:

Are you saying that all Canadian airports with regularly scheduled flights to the US have CBP Preclearance? Then, that's not the case. Some, like Kelowna International Airport (has multiple daily Alaska Airlines flights to Seattle), don't have CBP Preclearance: https://www.cbp.gov/border-security/ports-entry/operations/preclearance

If so that's the first exception I've heard of.  However, it is irrelevant to somebody who would transit Canada from a third country.  Not likely to do that coming from Uruguay anyway, but thanks for the heads up.


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