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One-Way Ticket Dilemma

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One-Way Ticket Dilemma

Post Posted: Mon Oct 15, 2012 11:45 pm

Hi All. My wife and I are getting ready for our permanent move to CR in January and when attempting to book our flight on JetBlue, a pop-up appears indicating that we may be required to show proof of a return ticket back to the US at the airport. It's not that we're cheap, but hey, why spend the money? Upon further investigation through the TSA and State Department, we learned this is a regulation of the CR government, so we were wondering if there were any way to circumvent this. How did you handle this? We won't really have any residency app documents until we are in CR, so we'd appreciate any input you have. Thanks.

 

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