Thanks for your input, the reason my wife needs to clear Immigration and Customs on her arrival, is she is arriving on JetStar Aisa, which do not trasnsfer luggage to another Airline (Budget Airline), hence the reason for my former post. Thank you all again, I tried to contact them again last night , but to no avail, however, I still have some time to secure their services, so no panic as yet.jpatokal wrote:Sorry, am I missing something here? Why do you want your wife to go through Immigration and Customs if you have a connecting flight? There is no separation of incoming and departing passengers at Changi -- you can check in and go to the gate to meet her yourself. Depending on where your connecting flight is going, she can either check herself (and her bags) in all the way at the origin airport, or you can just do it at the transfer desk in Changi.
The only potential problem is if she cannot check her bags all the way, in which case she will indeed have to pass in and out of Immigration/Customs to collect them and check them in again.
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