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I dont think they ask you to show money when you enter a country. They will probably ask where would you be staying and how long your stay would be like. They are in general make a judgement call and if you pass it, you are in. Simple as that. Answer the questions, dont overexpose and simply be nice.
If your family member is elderly or if he is a minor, then you can arrange some options for him. But if he is a fully functional adult, then he is pretty much on his own. Atlanta is not that difficult of an airport to navigate, but it can be crowded. Assuming he is flying Delta, they usually have someone at the gate to direct passengers to their next ...
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