I am flying through American Airlines from Tokyo to Los Angles via Dallas airport. I want to ask where I have to clear my immigration? Dallas or Los Angles?



At what point during a traveler's trip to the U.S. does a traveler clear U.S. Customs and Border Protection?

If the final destination is in the U.S. and the first port of arrival is in the U.S., travelers must clear immigration and customs at the first port of entry. If a connection is involved, the traveler will not be required to go through another clearance when they arrive at their final destination


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    Except for the last sentence, this is true regardless of whether the final destination is in the US. – phoog Feb 14 '17 at 14:01

At the airport you land/enter first.
So for you this would be at the Dallas airport.

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