Hey guys, my husband and I are leaving for a trip to Italy tomorrow, and I'm trying to figure out timing for the end of the trip. We fly out of Rome and then have an overnight layover in Copenhagen, so we'll leave the airport and come back the next afternoon for the second leg of our flight. We're flying SAS. Will we have to go through immigration control for the U.S. in Rome and/or Copenhagen? We did that in Dublin, where you go through immigration for the U.S. in Dublin instead of in the states. I figure we'll have to go through immigration to leave the Copenhagen airport, but I didn't know if we would go through it again the next day coming back to the airport. Does that all make sense?
Immigration in Rome and Copenhagen
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