• Now I am in A country (Iran).
  • My ticket was issued and the boarding pass will be issued through B passport.
  • C country Does Not need a visa with B passport

I do not want immigration to stamp my B passport, but I must prove who I am and it means I must show my A passport (they see both the boarding pass and passport).

The question: Is it possible to show B passport to prove matching the passport and boarding pass, but they stamp my A passport to exit?

In return (entering A country I won't have a problem because will not be any boarding pass to show immigration.

  • This depends largely on whether the government officers stamping your passport will also want to see your boarding pass, and, if so, on that country's laws and regulations. What country is A?
    – phoog
    Oct 12 '19 at 11:41
  • They see Passport and Boarding pass. A= Iran Oct 12 '19 at 12:37
  • Hm. It sounds potentially tricky, from what little I know about Iranian law and politics. Unfortunately I cannot read the Arabic script, much less Farsi, so I don't have an easy way of looking for information about it. If you find some information elsewhere, please do post an answer here.
    – phoog
    Oct 12 '19 at 18:21
  • The actual information out of the comments is edited into the question, but there are parts there that give a partial answer and those are not to be deleted yet.
    – Willeke
    Oct 12 '19 at 19:53

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