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As you will have to apply for visa for your Chinese wife anyway, and you mentioned your son is a minor, he could come through as a dependent of her. That would eliminate having to fly through another country, and shouldn't increase hassle in terms of applications by much considering you have to do it anyway for your wife, and adding a dependent child ...


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As you are not UK citizens, it's up to you which nationality you choose to present when entering the UK. This means you can apply for a UK visa with a Chinese passport if you so wish, although as I'm sure you're aware there's a fair amount of hassle and expense involved. Alernatively, you could just travel via a third country as outlined in "Case 3" of ...


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German embassies abroad can provide a "Reiseausweis als Passersatz" for Germans who have lost their papers. This is supposed to be used to get back to Germany, but according to German websites this is accepted by other EU countries as well.


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You indicated in a comment that your wife has German citizenship, and that she will be traveling with your daughter (and with you, though that's not relevant for our purposes). Because of those facts, your daughter can benefit from freedom of movement as laid out in directive 2004/38/EC, as the family member of an EU citizen. It's therefore not necessary for ...


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I'd try to replace the German passport as quickly as possible. It seems that as a Brazilian citizen, you can enter the UK without visa for six months. But you need a visa to join your family or partner in the UK for a long stay. Assuming that your daughter would want to stay with you long term in the UK, she'd need a visa. Now since she is a German ...


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Are there advantages to treble nationality that are specific to a travel site? Yes, if you travel a lot to places that require registration or visas, then this question is topical without the need for an exact enumeration of which nationalities are concerned. By and large it can open more places to visit without needing a visa. Taking my own case as an ...


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Asked and answered here: https://www.quora.com/When-renewing-a-UK-passport-is-it-unnecessary-to-disclose-other-foreign-passports-dual-nationality-to-the-UK-Passport-Agency Reviewing the documents supplied under the FOIA, the most appropriate part of the documentation seems to be this: The Royal Prerogative provides that Passports are issued when the ...


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At Canadian check-in you Show both passports. Canadian immigration? There's no Immigration control when leaving Canada, period. For entering Country A, you obviously use that country's passport. On the way back, again, at check-in you Show both passports, while at Immigration, you Show the passport of Country A. For Canadian Immigration, the Canadian ...


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What @jpatokal said! Although, I should mention, if you only Need a single entry for a stay of max 30 days, you don't Need a visa, just an entry Permit in PDF which you apply for online.


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Go to the nearest UKVI Office and explain the Situation so they can make the proper adjustments in their database


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There are at least four separate problems here. The following answer is speculative, but short of somebody working in Chinese immigration chiming in, you're unlikely to get a better answer. Problem 1: Will the airline let you leave the US with a Chinese passport? Likely answer: yes. In my experience, the US and its airlines understands the concept of ...


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You should have no trouble with this. You certainly are not the first person to acquire a new citizenship after visiting the US, so they are used to it happening. As long as you fill out all the question correctly on your ESTA (which you need if you enter by air or sea) and/or VWP application, and tell them about your previous citizenships if asked, you ...



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