3. Make sure they have copies of your itinerary, passport/ID, visas and SEVIS I-20 in case of emergencies. You should keep copies of these documents with you in your carry-on luggage as well.
4. Do not pack your I-20 in your luggage. When you first enter the United States, immigration will ask to see your I-20 with your passport. If you will be traveling as an unaccompanied minor and do not have a passport or government issued ID, check with the airline you are traveling with concerning acceptable forms of identification.
5. Consider putting cash in several different places in case your wallet/purse gets lost or stolen.
6. . Do not accept packages from strangers or agree to watch their luggage.
7. so that you are prepared if your luggage gets lost.
8. . Pay attention throughout your layover in case that gate is changed.
9. Do not leave the terminal to talk to a ticketing agent. If you will not have a way to communicate with them during your travels, make sure to carry their contact information with you so that you are able to have an agent call them from the airport’s Information Desk.