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International Flight while AOS (with AP combo card)

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I’m taking a trip in June with my husbands family to Ireland. I am currently adjusting my status (after coming in on a k1). I have my EAD/AP card and I have used it once before after going on a cruise a few weeks ago.


The airline (American) is asking for passenger details to be filled out in order to be ready to check in for the flight. When I put in my Canadian passport and a US address, it asks for the additional info shown in the photo. 


Does anyone know what I should put here? AOS case #? K1 info (even though it’s expired now?) EAD card info?


thanks for any advice!


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You can ignore all that and the check-in agent at the airport will input whatever information is required when you give them your advance parole document.


Alternatively input the information from your AP card which the system will accept. No big deal, they will confirm/correct it at the airport anyway.

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Mexico

Agree with above; just had the same experience with JetBlue on a trip to Mexico. The airline's system is set up to deal with the situation. However the folks in the check-in/baggage counter in the US and Mexico City both didn't flinch when presented with the EAD/AP card.


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