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posted 3 years ago
At what point in a US airport have I been “admitted” to the US for legal purposes?
I understand that prior to crossing being admitted to the US the rights I take for granted on US soil do not apply to me. But it isn't clear to me when passing through a US airport where "admission" has occurred. Unlike, for example, the UK, where clear signage unambiguously marks an actual border, US airports have a confusing series of stages to pass through. At what point in passing through these stages have I technically been admitted to the US, and acquired the full legal protections I expect there?
  • United States
  • Immigration Law

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