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I don't think this is normally an issue. For the most part, you will only be showing one passport. For example, use your European passport in the EU (when leaving or arriving) and use your foreign passport when you enter that country. In third countries, use the passport that shows eligibility to your destination for that part of the journey. The only time I ...


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The two are totally unrelated. There is no requirement for French citizens to hold a French license in either France or Spain. For example, a license that a French citizen obtained while residing in another EU country is fully valid in both countries, even if you were to take up residence. I am not familiar with the requirements for your Mexican license to ...


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General answer: Admission into country C is governed by the laws of country C. A and B's opinion don't really matter. If it's legal to enter country C with passport B, than they will admit you. The fact that you also have passport of country A and a visa in that passport, doesn't matter. If you present passport B at the border, they will only look at ...


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