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JFK: Is 2.5 hours enough for the following senario

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I booked two flights separately and I booked them too close together on accident. I really don't want to rebook, so I was wondering if the following will be possible.

I will be landing at terminal 8 on an international flight. I will need to go through customs, passport control, and baggage. Then I need to go to terminal 3 for my next flight. I am assuming that I need to check my luggage and go through security.

How can I save time?

Is this even possible or should I rebook?

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