I am a citizen of Russia. Our regulations allow us to have two valid Russian passports (for travel to other countries) at the same time. Currently I have two valid Russian passports:
- passport #1 contains a multiple-entry Schengen visa,
- passport #2 contains the UK Standard Visitor visa.
I am going to visit the UK and the Netherlands:
- flight #1: Moscow - London,
- flight #2: London - Amsterdam,
- flight #3: Amsterdam - Moscow.
I will obviously use passport #2 for flight #1, and passport #1 for flight #3. What I don't know is which passport I should use for flight #2. If I use passport #1, the UK Home Office will probably not see that I have left the UK (simply because I will use different passports when entering and leaving the UK, and air companies share travel data with the Home Office). If I use passport #2, then I will probably have some trouble when entering the Netherlands (because a Schengen visa is not in this passport).
Could you please tell me what I should do in this case?