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The questions about other names and other citizenships were only added a little over a year ago. Any advice against disclosing additional names and citizenships was likely based on the older application form that did not ask about them. This is certainly true of the third link, which is four years old. (See, for example, this Telegraph article from ...


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I'm not an expert on Canadian law, but legally speaking the answer seems to be yes. 1) The Government of Canada Help Center specifies that: Please Note: Canadian citizens (including dual citizens) cannot apply for an eTA. 2) The Canadian eTA application website asks you the following question: Indicate if you are a citizen of a country/territory ...


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Not illegal, but maybe practically impossible, at least by air. This FAQ question directly address your question: I am a Canadian citizen and a citizen of a visa-exempt country. Can I still fly to Canada with my foreign passport? It confirms that currently (I guess before eTA is required), you can enter Canada using a foreign passport. But it says that ...


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Whatever you don - don't show aussie immigration your expired aussie passport, use a photo or photocopy of it. Immigration officials are instructed to confiscate expired passports on the spot that have not been officially 'disabled', usually done when you send it's sent in for renewal. Applying for a replacement passport without the old one is more ...


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Colombia has a law requiring dual nationals to enter Colombia with their Colombian passports: Nota: De conformidad con el Artículo 22 de la Ley 43 de 1993, el ciudadano colombiano que posea doble nacionalidad, en el territorio colombiano, se someterá a la Constitución Política y a las leyes de la República. En consecuencia, su ingreso y permanencia en ...


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On one on my last trips, in the immigration counter next to me, the agent was telling a traveler (with issues with dual nationality) that Colombia couldn't refuse colombian nationals the entry to Colombia, but if they want to leave the country again they had to resolve the problem with the colombian passport. So I think that you won't have problems entering ...


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Most commonly this is an issue when travelling between the countries of your nationality, which has been well-answered by other people. Otherwise, it may be an issue if you have visa-free travel to a particular third country under one nationality and not the other - in which case, obviously, use the passport that you don't need a visa in. There is the case ...



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