A lot of Americans are concerned about getting their passport transferred from one airport to another as they leave their homes, but not everyone has that concern.ABC News has obtained a letter sent by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to the people of Virginia saying that they will not be transferring your passport to the airline that you are flying with.
That’s because the TSA will be conducting a passenger check at the airport and will not allow a transfer until all of the passengers have been checked and cleared.
So what can you do if you’re worried about getting your passport sent to your destination airport?
You can ask to have your passport checked by a flight attendant or to check the TSA’s website for more information.
The TSA will also send you a letter explaining that the airport where you’re traveling will be the only place to receive your passport transfer.TSA officials said in their letter that they have not received any letters from other airlines in the area.
However, you can ask your local police to get you a copy of the TSA letter.
The letter from TSA does not mention any specific airlines.
But if you are concerned, the TSA has already sent you a phone call asking for a copy.
If you have a problem with the transfer, the letter says:The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has received a number of requests for documents regarding the transfer of a passport to a different airport than the one in which you are traveling.
In response, the Department has been directed to request the documents requested by the United States Department of State and the United Kingdom Department of International Development from the Office of the Chief Financial Officer.
DHS is not required to provide any documents requested under the FOIA exemption for State or UK agencies.
If the documents you request are not available for inspection, you may be able to contact the TSA directly.
The Department does not have the authority to transfer passports.