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French/US citizen traveling on expired passport

The places where checks happen are: During check-in. Airlines are required to check that you have the necessary documents to enter the destination country, and in the case of the US, to report that ...
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French/US citizen traveling on expired passport

Passport is required for international air travel to and from the US, and US citizens are required by law to use valid US passport to enter and leave the country. Example from the American Airlines ...
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Staying in Turkey for 6 months using 2 passports

I lived in Turkey for a year back in 2000. I used to hop across the border to Alexandroupoli in Greece every 3 months for a new visa. I'd come back the same day with the same passport. It was never an ...
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How should I enter Schengen as a dual UK & EU citizen?

I have UK & DE passports. My experience is that, if you have both documents with you, then show the relevant document to the relevant authority to avoid unnecessary delays. For example flying: ...
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How should I enter Schengen as a dual UK & EU citizen?

Right now, nobody would even notice. Presenting a British passport means you have to fulfil a number of requirements and could in principle be refused entry but that remains rare. Visa-free visits for ...
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How should I enter Schengen as a dual UK & EU citizen?

I have UK and Irish passports. I use the Irish one when entering an EU or EEA country or Switzerland. I use the UK one to enter the UK. If you use the UK passport to enter the Schengen area then it ...
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Visa requirements check tool (or map) for holders of multiple passports/citizenships

TravelDoc is a Timatic lookup site which allows you to specify multiple different types of travel documents, including multiple passports. It doesn't seem to specify which passport to use, it just ...
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Staying in Turkey for 6 months using 2 passports

The fact that you have multiple passports does not change the fact that you are the same person, so the answer will be the same as if you did a visa run and returned with the same passport. And the ...
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travel with dual passport (UK passport and Chinese Passport) from Japan to South Korea

I think your first paragraph is totally correct. Also when returning, showing the Chinese passport would be correct, because that's where the residence permit is. She would want to be admitted as a ...
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travel with dual passport (UK passport and Chinese Passport) from Japan to South Korea

Unless China is actually involved in the trip (if you transit via China for instance), you can safely ignore any rules about China not allowing dual citizenship. Just show her Chinese passport with ...
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Visiting Russia with a Peruvian passport that says "Place of birth: USA"

I personally know of multiple people with multiple citizenships that were able to enter Russia using their "visa free" passport while having another that was not visa free. I also know of ...
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