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comment Travel to Cuba as dual citizen (USA+other)?
Really, I think I misunderstand the law implementing the travel embargo. I thought it was against using U.S. travel documents + money in Cuba, but it sounds like it's a more general law against "doing commerce with Cuba".
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answered Travel to Cuba as dual citizen (USA+other)?
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comment Travel to Cuba as dual citizen (USA+other)?
Admittedly I haven't found anything that definitively contradicts your answer.
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comment Travel to Cuba as dual citizen (USA+other)?
That linked post says that it's illegal "for a U.S. person to use U.S. currency or a U.S. passport to travel to Cuba." I'm asking about a U.S. person using non-U.S. financial resources and a non-U.S. passport.
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comment Travel to Cuba as dual citizen (USA+other)?
I'm still not convinced of this interpretation. I'm really looking for an authoritative answer, in the form of a Government publication directly addressing the dual-nationality question, or (2) someone's first-hand experience as a dual national traveling to Cuba. I appreciate your quoting the Treasury Cuba sanctions, but I don't trust your interpretation of them.
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comment Travel to Cuba as dual citizen (USA+other)?
"It’s then illegal for you as U.S. citizen to enter Cuba no matter which passport to use" -- [citation needed]!
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comment Travel to Cuba as dual citizen (USA+other)?
Thank you for your answer, however I am looking for something more specific. "As an American citizen, you are bound by the laws and embargos of the U.S. no matter which passport you present." This may be true, but doesn't address the dual nationality question directly. For example, if the U.S. law really says you can't travel to Cuba using a U.S. passport, then you could travel legally using a 2nd passport, even if you were (also) a U.S. citizen.
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comment Travel to Cuba as dual citizen (USA+other)?
Just wanted to clarify for future readers. (-:
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comment Travel to Cuba as dual citizen (USA+other)?
That post is related but doesn't address the dual nationality question directly. It indeed the problems are using U.S. travel documents and currency, then it seems using a 2nd passport and foreign funding source would be a legal workaround.
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asked Travel to Cuba as dual citizen (USA+other)?