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It's fine, at least as far as the airline is concerned. This situation is very common and airlines are quite used to dealing with it, plus all they care about is whether you will be let into your destination. So: Book your ticket with the name in your Canadian passport. Show the Canadian passport when checking in for your flight. Show your Bahraini ...


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It's hardly necessary to go to Costa Rica (as Karlson suggested) to re-apply. This is not a visa. I think folks are getting the terms VWP and ESTA confused. I assume that the ESTA has been cancelled. One applies for an ESTA online. Mine was cancelled a few months ago. I received an email from CBP: There has been an update to your ESTA Travel Authorization ...


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The advantage highly depends on your type of traveling and what passports you have. If you have dual citizenship of 2 nations in conflict (Israel / Iran etc) I would never carry both. The risk of discovery and the ensuing questions is just too high. If you are more likely to lose some of your belongings but not all of them (business travel), take both with ...


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You don't pass through immigration in the US when you leave, only when you enter. So there is no reason why you shouldn't be able to use your British passport to enter the US, and then use your Jamaican passport to re-enter Jamaica. Also, as a Jamaican citizen, you should be allowed to use your passport to re-enter up until the day of expiration.


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Dual national here, and a holder of multiple passports from the same country before I became one. I usually travel with all the passports I expect to need on a given trip, and no more. This always means my 'home' passport, plus my other passport if there's a good reason for it: returning to 'other home', one nationality is visa-free but the other isn't, ...


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It is fine to leave Australia on your Aussie passport and present your UK passport when you arrive. It's common practice for dual nationals. Upon arrival, join the EU queue. And yes, it will be faster most of the time. They are entitled to ask how long you have been out of the UK and where you have been since you last left. For your other question: are ...



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