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Just tell the truth. Australia is fine with multiple citizenships, so they're not going to care if you declare multiple citizenships or names, but they will definitely care if they ever find out you purposely mislead them. And if you do ever end up applying for permanent residence, they will require so many documents from you that they will most likely ...


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Visa granting decisions lay with the examining consular officer. There is no way for anyone here to accurately answer your specific question. As a precaution you might wish to include copies of your birth certificate(s) that show both names along with your parents name with your visa paperwork, as likely the Australian consular office will ask for that ...


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No you are not. Access to healthcare is based on residency, not citizenship. If you are not resident in Ireland (and not resident in a country with reciprocal agreements, such as the EU, Switzerland and Australia) then you are not entitled to free healthcare. There are some exceptions to this, but none of them appear to apply to you according to the ...


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While the UK is a Visa Waiver country, the VWP status has nearly zero advantage for crossing into the US by land, because of the need to park your car, get out, line up, and then fill out an I-94 form (which you also need to pay for). On a busy day, that can easily add an hour or two to your border wait time (especially during an era of currency parity when ...


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The airline needs to check your passport for two purposes: To positively identify you to ensure that your name matches the booking; To ensure that you have the proper documentation to enter the destination country. It sounds like in your case, you may need to show both passports to the airline on checkin. One passport will satisfy the identification ...


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It's not a problem: my sons have passports in two different names, and have traveled quite a bit with (almost) no problems. At the end of the day the only thing that really matters is that the name on your ticket should match the name on the passport you present at check-in. Immigration does not generally care about the name on the ticket you use to arrive ...


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Here is what I found works best Book flights with US passports. US is very picky, Germany is not Check in with US passport (both sides) Exit and enter the US with US passport (you MUST do this, it's a legal requirement) In Germany use whatever immigration line is shorter :-)


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China's visa rules are rather simple in this matter, if you are applying for a visa in a country other than your citizenship, then you need to show proof that you are residing / traveling legally in that country. If you can not prove that you are in the USA legally using your Irish passport, then you have no choice but to apply with your US passport. While ...



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