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There are usually multiple places where you'll have to show passports and things can get a bit tricky. Obviously you'll use the passport of the country whose passport you are at. But often you want to show the passport of the destination country at check in to show the airline company that you have the appropriate visas/residency. So for example for a trip ...
I do not believe it is possible for a Canadian citizen to get a Canadian visa. You can enter and leave Canada on any passport you want, but a Saudi passport does not have visa-free access to Canada, so that wouldn't work either.
You need a visa for neither country because you are a citizen of each. When you enter a country, in order not to need a visa, you show them the passport of that country. In your case, when arriving to Saudi Arabia, you show them the Saudi passport. When arriving to the UK, say after you get back, you show them the UK one. You obviously need to have both ...
The nitty-gritty depends on the consular worker you encounter but then there is a different problem. If you look at the application that needs to be submitted to the Consulate for a VISA there are 2 different forms: Everyone except citizens of US, Great Britain, Canada, and Georgia Citizens of US, Great Britain, Canada, and Georgia You can take a look ...
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