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However, will I run into problems with US immigration if my flight information contains both surnames, considering my legal US name only uses one of those surnames? No. You might run into trouble with the airline, though. The US government doesn't much care if your ticket doesn't match your US passport, especially since the ticket matches your other ...


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Will I be able to re-enter the UK on my US passport (now without the biometric residence permit, which I had to destroy and send in when I became a UK citizen), provided that I travel again within 6 months? Yes. You should bring whatever evidence you can of your newly acquired British citizenship. If you do not, you would risk being deported to the US. ...


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It depends, of course, on the country in question, since the consequences will be specified by that country's laws. In this case, my suspicion is that it doesn't matter unless and until your daughter wants to do something in Germany that a German citizen can do but an Irish citizen cannot. Even then, any other proof of German nationality would normally be ...


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Some countries have restrictions on where you can apply based on where you reside (and not where you are), as in long term residence. Some do ask for justification of that. For instance, the Japanese consulate in San Francisco writes: I. Visa application are accepted only from residents in our jurisdiction. Area of Jurisdiction Northern and ...


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Beyond those countries that don't permit it trying to catch dual citizens, a key part of applying for a visitor visa is demonstrating strong ties to your home and that you plan to return after your visit. If you're in a country on a long-term basis where you're not a citizen, the consulate wants to make sure that your situation there is lawful, stable, and ...


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You will need to enter your Russian passport information as you are entering Russia on your Russian passport with your citizenship. You are not entering on your UK passport with a visa. Similarly, on the way back you enter your British passport details and you show that at immigration as you will be travelling on that passport to enter the country. ...


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There’s a little bit to untangle here, which I feel might be best in a separate answer. General points When you enter Japan on a mid to long term visa (e.g. work visa or student visa), that visa is ticked off at your port of entry and you instead receive a resident card. Thereafter, the visa sticker is just a bit of colour in your passport; the residence ...


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Is it acceptable for us to apply for a UK visa for my daughter on her South African passport, as I don't think her British passport will be processed in time for our departure? You can apply, but you might as well donate the visa fee to the home office and save yourself the trouble of preparing the application form and supporting documents. The UK has a ...


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There is one thing that will doom you with any country's immigration office. Deception That means lying about your circumstances, or lying at all, or even being wrong when you should say "I don't know". This is most extreme on matters of asylum. The entire point of an asylum claim is you are claiming that if sent back to your country, they will ...


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I have travelled to Poland through Germany and noone batted an eyelash even or asked anything. I was born there and my CAN passport clearly states my place of birth. :) I don't go directly however because I know that I will have issues as I do not own a PL passport.


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You can apply for an emergency travel document if you’re abroad, need to travel and cannot get a passport in time, and if all the following apply: you’re a British national you’re outside the UK your passport has been lost, stolen, damaged, is full, has recently expired or is with HM Passport Office or a foreign embassy you do not have time to renew or ...


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No, you cannot. Per https://www.gov.uk/emergency-travel-document: You can apply for an emergency travel document if all the following apply: you’re a British national you’re outside the UK your passport has been lost, stolen, damaged, is full, has recently expired or is with HM Passport Office or a foreign embassy you do not have time ...


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