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Another dual-citizen Kiwi here. Our government actually has pages on this, and whilst it's fine for you to travel on either passport, it's best to enter NZ when you return on your NZ passport - otherwise you're not technically a resident, and would have to have a visa and so on. The relevant links: NZ Citizen travelling on a foreign passport I hold 2 ...


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You're going to have a big problem doing this: While there is no outgoing border post in the US there is a Mexican border post when you enter Mexico. Getting past that without a passport is going to pose a problem. Furthermore, getting on an international flight without a passport is pretty much not going to happen--the airline doesn't want to transport ...


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The US does not have passport checks upon leaving the country. The only way the government can attempt to prevent you from leaving the country is to refuse to renew your passport. So, you don't even have to drive to Mexico. You can simply take a flight from wherever you are now to wherever you want to go. This is assuming that you do have a valid passport, ...


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First, US law requires US citizens to enter and leave the country on a US passport. Your plan is therefore illegal, but as a practical matter it might be possible to do it. You do not identify your other country of citizenship. If nationals of that country need visas to enter the US, you will need to get a visa without the US consular officer detecting ...


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Yes, I have done this twice for the same reason (but with an Israeli passport). Check into the flight with your SA passport There is no passport control on the way out of the US Enter Brazil on your SA passport Check into the return flight showing your US passport Exit Brazil on your SA passport Enter the US on your US passport Sometimes the airline will ...



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