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I have 2 Moroccan passports, one is out of date, but has the indefinite leave of remain visa, the other up to date. I did this before, travel from Morocco to UK using this method, but they asked too many questions in Morocco, not so much when I landed here. I wanted to ask for sure, can they take my old passport (it has my indefinite residency) I don't want to risk going there and not being able to return due to the Moroccan border control not understanding the job. I checked on the British Home Office site and it's OK.

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    Why are you even showing the old passport to Morrocan immigration? – CMaster May 4 '16 at 14:54
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    Why would you even need to show the old passport returning to Morocco? The current one ought to be quite enough for a citizen to return home. – Henning Makholm May 4 '16 at 14:54
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    Well, going in from the UK is fine, i know that. But coming back, they won't let me leave without a Visa. I have to go immediately, and getting it transferred will take a while – user43119 May 4 '16 at 15:17
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    The immigration people require seeing the visa? I know that the airline will normally ask for it (because they get fined if you don't have one), but why does exit immigration care? – CMaster May 4 '16 at 15:49
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    Since the question is about a permanent residency, it's much better to relocate this to Expats.SE. – JonathanReez May 5 '16 at 8:01