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Traveling to France for first time with connection in Iceland

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My husband and I are going to be traveling abroad to Paris for the first time in March 2014. We will be flying from Denver, Connecting in Iceland and arriving at CDG in Paris. My curiosity is which airport will we be going through immigration services? We will not be checking our luggage as we don't even trust that system here in the U.S. and therefore will only have carry-out baggage with us. I do know that Iceland is a part of the Schengen Agreement, but again, am not sure how immigration/passport services work since I have never done this before. Please, any help in this matter would be great to help us, allowing us to have a smoother transition from country to country. We are flying on Icelandair.

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