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My wife and I will be going to the Philippines together for our first time since she has had her EAD/AP at the end of January for right over a week.

Is there anything we need to know with my wife traveling on EAD/AP other than she obviously brings her EAD/AP and passport?

Seems like our best flight that we can find involves 3 different airlines.

We will be departing from Houston, any advice on this and airlines is greatly appreciated, thanks!!!

 

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13 minutes ago, clw654321 said:

My wife and I will be going to the Philippines together for our first time since she has had her EAD/AP at the end of January for right over a week.

Is there anything we need to know with my wife traveling on EAD/AP other than she obviously brings her EAD/AP and passport?

Seems like our best flight that we can find involves 3 different airlines.

We will be departing from Houston, any advice on this and airlines is greatly appreciated, thanks!!!

 

You are not traveling on EAD but AP.  US departure airport won't care about her return documents.  Only passport required 

 

Passport and AP for return at both the departure airport and US POE

 

 


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2 minutes ago, payxibka said:

You are not traveling on EAD but AP.  US departure airport won't care about her return documents.  Only passport required 

 

Passport and AP for return at both the departure airport and US POE

 

 

Ok thanks. I only put EAD/AP because it’s the combo card. I guess that’s normal now and I just made that confusing.

Any recommendations on airlines?

I used EVA each time I went but their return flight now has over a 7 hour layover.

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1 minute ago, clw654321 said:

Ok thanks. I only put EAD/AP because it’s the combo card. I guess that’s normal now and I just made that confusing.

Any recommendations on airlines?

I used EVA each time I went but their return flight now has over a 7 hour layover.

Pretty much any airline other than the ones with "China" in there names


YMMV

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