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Adding to Henning Makholm's answer, which gives the EU directive, that directive is not necessarily helpful if the UK interprets it poorly. Here's what the UK has to say on the matter, according to the guidance on EEA nationals: EUN1.13 Alternative evidence of nationality and identity Regulation 29A allows ECOs to accept alternative evidence of ...


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In principle you should be able to use your expired passport as evidence that you're a citizen of Portugal and therefore enjoy free movement within the EU. Directive 2004/38/EC states in article 5: Where a Union citizen, or a family member who is not a national of a Member State, does not have the necessary travel documents or, if required, the ...


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As answered to the question Is it possible to travel to Israel if it's not recognised by your passport's country? Israel allows citizens of all countries to enter its borders, as long as they have an appropriate visa. There are countries for whose citizens Israel doesn't require a visa for a tourist stay of no more than 90 days. Pakistan specifically ...


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Though Pakistan itself is not mentioned, recently an Israeli newspaper published an article on Muslim and Arab tourists in Israel. More than 250,000 Muslim and Arab visitors from countries which have no diplomatic relations with Israel have arrived in Jewish state since 2009. Most of the tourists came from Indonesia and Malaysia, which have no better ...


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Yes. You can, but it is not certain. Israel does welcome tourists. For three months. That said, Israel known to have very tight security, especially around airports and borders. You should be prepared for prolong security interview upon arrival, and could be prevent entry to Israel if the security personnel have any doubt about the purpose of your visit. ...


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Bulgaria technically does require a travel document, even Bulgarian ones, to be unexpired. In practice, of course, it's extremely unlikely that they'd actually deny you entry: however, getting on a plane is unlikely to be possible, as airlines have Information about the requirements. My Suggestion is: use your British passport at check-in. Then, at ...


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A foreigner may enter the Republic of Bulgaria if he/ she is a holder of a regular foreign travel document or another equivalent document as well as a visa if required. Source I would argue that you are a foreigner (though this is contentious), as a British Citizen, and that as you hold a valid travel document - a British Passport, you should be fine ...


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Of course, there is no way you will be able to directly enter an enemy country from inside Israel unless you want to illegally cross the border to Syria or Libanon — not recommended. So your friend’s travel will always be via a third country. Israeli law requires you to enter and exit Israel on your Israeli passport if you have one, but once you enter ...



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