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Help need about onward trabel

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I am flying into Cartegena, Colombia and I do not have a return date or location yet. I know I need proof of another flight, however I was told that the return flight should be within three months (it was a Jetblue clerk, not sure if shes right). I am planning on touring around South America for at least six months so I wanted to at least book a return flight 6 months from the date of departure. Also, the return flight will be from a different country than Colombia. So long story short is....Will a return trip at least 6 months after the date of departure from a different country suffice for my documentation for proof of onward travels. Also, does it make sense economically to buy the cheapest round trip possible, and lose the money for the return flight and buy a new ticket when I am sure of my return date, or should I try to change the flight around?
Thanks for your help!!

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