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Has anyone travelled on the Singapore airline (SFO to Mumbai)? How is it? Do they have immigration done in SFO? Pl let me know of your views! 

 

Thanks in advance!

 

I've done their SIN-SFO route.  Immigration is done at SFO.  The arrival experience depends on the arrival time.   No issues with Singapore Airlines; I liked it better than United.


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1 hour ago, faithful12 said:

Has anyone travelled on the Singapore airline (SFO to Mumbai)? How is it? Do they have immigration done in SFO? Pl let me know of your views! 

 

Thanks in advance!

 

If an airport accepts non pre cleared international flights,  immigration is performed upon arrival 


YMMV

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There are only a handful of airports that have CBP pre-clearance operations.  This article contains the list:

https://www.tripsavvy.com/get-to-these-15-airports-extra-early-2972611

 

Of the 15, 8 are in Canada, 4 in the Caribbean, 2 in Ireland and 1 in UAE.

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