- Which address does a passenger staying in multiple locations in US need to provide? Passengers staying in multiple locations in America need only to provide the first address that they are staying at.
- Which address does a student starting a new term provide? Students should provide the first address they are planning to stay at while in the US, whether it be of a relative's, or friend'shouse or of a hotel.
- What is API?
API stands for Advance Passenger Information. Due to tightened security procedures and measures,the US government now requires passenger information in advance. Please note that API information is collected in addition to current passenger information and that allairlines must comply.
- What kind of API information does a passenger departing from the US need to provide? Passengers leaving America must provide the following information: name; gender; birth date; nationality; passport number and type, validity period and issuing country.
- Which passport information does a passenger with dual citizenship need to provide? Passengers with dual citizenship should provide the information of the passport that they are using to enter and/or exit the country to US immigration.
- What details does a passenger need to include in the US address? Passengers staying in the US need to provide the street name and number, city and state.
- What kind of API information do passengers entering the US need to provide? Passengers traveling to the US must provide the following information: name; gender; birth date; nationality; passport number and type, validity dates, issuing country; country of residence and temporary address in the US. US citizens, US citizens or permanent residents connecting outside of US for less than 24 hours do not need to provide a temporary address in the US.