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I have only ever been asked to show my boarding pass on arrival once. It was on a flight from Ireland to the UK. The reason was that Ireland is the only country you can enter the UK from without going through passport control (due to the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland), and this was a simple way to verify that passengers had ...


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The boarding pass would only be an issue if it were a requirement for the type of visa you would need to enter Sri Lanka (personally I have never faced such a requirement). However, even if you wanted a transit visa - the officer would be asking for your flight itinerary/reservation rather than boarding passes. On arrival to Sri Lanka I want to show and ...


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Sri Lanka does not know or care that you have multiple nationalities, so using your UK passport will be fine. Immigration can ask pretty much anything they want to, but I can't recall ever having to show my boarding pass on arrival. If they did, and they noticed the name is different, there is nothing wrong with showing your Chinese passport as well. That ...



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