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The border people do not generally even ask to see your boarding pass. They want to see your passport, your fingerprints, and your honest face. We don't have a lot of trouble with Israeli terrorists or even illegal aliens. I talked to both airline and the CBP (the us border protection) and they say it's ok. You may not realize that if the CBP rejects ...


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Unlike in the US, she can enter Canada on a valid Japanese passport even though she is a citizen of the country. Additionally, since Japanese citizens do not require a visa to enter the country, you won't have to apply in advance either. I would bring the expired passport with me just in case since it is still proof of citizenship. You can apply for a new ...


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Yes, it is very common to use two passports too. What you will do for immigration officials is: Depart South Korea using the same passport you entered. This is the passport containing your student visa (but you didn't say which). Transit the US on your German passport. Arrive on your Dominican passport. But note that the airline needs to see both ...


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It will be no problem at the UK Border, the staff there do not know about your booking details. Anyway, it is quite normal to hold dual nationality especially at Heathrow. BTW, I believe you can enter the UK on a HK (SAR) passport for up to six months. Is there a reason you prefer to enter on your Japanese passport? Or am I mistaken? If so, I would show ...



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