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As an Italian citizen, what legal documents we are supposed to carry when we will be traveling to Ireland? Passport or national ID card (carta d'identità), provided it does not say non valida per l'espatrio on the back. If the carta does say this then it is not valid as a travel document outside of Italy. Also what electrical adapter (for mobile and ...


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Only ever present your Italian passport or ID card at border control when entering/exiting an EU/Schengen country, provided you have it. The same goes for your upcoming exit; only present your Italian document. Firstly because you have a unconditional right to be there, and secondly entries and exits aren't electronically recorded, so they won't notice ...


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The answer is obviously yes; you've had passports from another country. The question is very simple. It's not asking if you have another country's passport or any other travel document at this moment, it's asking if any other country ever issued a passport or other travel document to you.


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No. ESTA is only for entry into the US. You do not need ESTA to leave the US. Source: I am also an EU/US dual citizen, and I routinely use my EU passport to leave the US. I have never applied for ESTA.


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This is not true as a general rule of Iran. This seems more like propaganda against Iran. Anyone wanting to travel to Iran should first apply for a visa in any Iranian embassy. If the applicant has visited Israel before, there will not be a default reason for refusing - but it depends on the case. Each case will be checked individually and if there is any ...


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(Source: Wikitravel) A tourist visa card (visa de tarjeta del turista) is necessary for travellers from most nations. This visa, which is really little more than a piece of paper on which you list your vital statistics, costs between 15-25 CUC (or 15-25 Euro), depending on where purchased. It can be purchased at the Airport in Cuba on arrival, however it ...


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If you are an Italian citizen, you can forget about all those Visa and stamps for Schengen - you are now a Schengen area citizen. In the future, when you travel into the Schengen area, you should always use your Italian passport (or ID). Nobody will care about your 'never-ended' trip with the Brazilian passport, and if someone asks, you just tell them you ...


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You need either a carta d'identità or passport to enter Ireland - a driving licence is not a travel document and as such will not do. Granted, in actuality anyone who can prove beyond reasonable doubt that they are an EEA national (a driving licence alone is not sufficient for this) should be let in by immigration authorities, but good luck getting on a ...


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Your passport hold three information that can be useful to you, but as other peoples already wrote (both in answers and in comments), it all depends on where you were born. That said, this is what you should have on your italian passport: Page 2, the one with the photos, has Place of birth. This is, obviously, the place you are supposed to be born for the ...


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For the cities you need to name in your application, you don't have to visit them exactly. I wasn't sure where I was travelling, and merely named the big cities - St Petersberg, Moscow etc. They just want a rough itinerary of where you plan to go. Once you're IN the country, you're required to register in a city if you're there for 3 nights or longer. ...


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The only possible problem is that the "paper trail" on your US passport looks incomplete. Somebody who looks at your US passport might conclude that you did overstay (which would be wrong -- your freedom of movement as an EU citizen is independent of how you entered or left). When you apply for a third country visa, you would presumably mention your Italian ...


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You can enter Switzerland on your national ID, however you are not allowed to use your driving license. As per the website of the Swiss State State Secretariat for Migration Italian citizens can use a valid national identity card to enter Switzerland, however there's no mention of a driving license. As such you would have no issues to exit the airport to ...


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You'll need a passport if you have to clear immigration in Kyiv. If you fly a low cost carrier such as Ryanair, or otherwise need to change between terminals D and F at KBP, then you'll need to go through Ukraine immigration, and this requires a passport. Italian citizens do not need a visa for entering Ukraine though. If both of your flight segments are on ...


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You don't need a visa if you stay up to 30 days in Mongolia. From Mongolian Ministry of foreign affairs: Within the framework of the 100 days of the intensification of economy the Government of Mongolia approved a list of 42 countries with a visa free access to Mongolia. According to this decision nationals of these countries are entitled with the ...


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Yes, you can go to Istanbul with your ID card. Generally speaking, Kris is right, you do need a valid passport, even for countries for which you don't need a visa. But in this case, you can in fact enter Turkey with your national ID (see this official page from the Turkish ministry of Foreign Affairs and the relevant page from the Italian ministry of ...


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Yes you can, from the official site of Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Is it possible to apply for or renew my Italian passport at a consulate where I am not a resident? Yes, but in that case it is necessary to obtain a clearance (nulla osta) from: the police (Questura) where you are a resident for citizens residing in Italy, and authorised ...


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US citizens must declare their citizenship when entering the US; and they are never eligible for ESTA (nor would they ever need one). So you must always use your US passport when you enter the US - and can use whichever one you want when leaving. Source: see https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/esta/application.html?execution=e1s1# : [...] If you are a citizen of ...


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As an Italian citizen you don't need a visa to attend a conference in the US. All you need is an ESTA, which you apply for online: https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/esta/. Only if that is denied do you need to get a proper visa. All you need for travelling once your ESTA has been aproved is then your passport and the address to the place you're spending your first ...


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You should apply to the embassy or the consulate in Rotterdam. Here is the official information. You may get a visa (tourist card) also through your travel agency, even if you do not plan your trip via the agency.


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I recently traveled to Canada for business. At the Immigration I presented my Invitation Letter (basically a document signed by company that asked me to come to Canada with all information about my work and the reason for which they need me in Canada). This document and the return ticket have been enough to enter in Canada for business. -- updated -- I'm ...


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An overstay of less than 180 days on an ESTA/VWP entry will not trigger a ban - it's only once you have overstayed by 180 days that a ban will kick in. Your total stay was over 180 days, but only the 4 months counts as an overstay, not the entire stay. However, once you've overstayed by even a single day you are no longer able to enter the US under the Visa ...


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There are two baptismal sites on the Jordan river, Yardenit and Qasr el Yahud, the former is located fully in Israeli territory and both banks of the river are Israeli. The later, Qasr el Yahud, is the place where, according to Christian tradition, John the Baptist performed the Baptism of Jesus and where, according to Jewish tradition, the Israelites ...


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Simple rule for dual nationals: Present the passport of each nationality to immigration officials of that same nationality - whether entering or leaving the country. For example, when you’re in the USA, show your USA passport to border officers; and when you’re in Italy, show your Italian passport. This establishes to them that you’re one of their own ...


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It doesn't matter. "Unknown" is a perfectly reasonable thing to say if you have a booking but haven't decided whether you will actually use it. Enjoy your trip.


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It depends on where you were born. If you were born in Italy, then the Italian "anagrafe" will have a copy of a document stating the details of your birth. If you were born abroad instead, as pointed out by another user, there may not even be a city which has your info. The registration of your birth went most probably through a consulate, which comunicated ...


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It doesn't automatically affect it negatively, but: If you are being interviewed for your Visa, you should be prepared to answer questions about the parallel green card lottery; basically, you need to convincingly explain your 'dual intent'; i.e. "you are trying to get the non-permanent visa and would afterwards leave the country as required; but at the ...


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The concept of passport renewals in Italy was abolished and doesn't exist anymore. What happens now is that you get a brand new passport with a ten-year validity from the date of issue. Quoting from the Italian Police website:  Il passaporto è rilasciato ai cittadini italiani e ha durata decennale. Alla scadenza della validità, riportata all'interno del ...


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First of all, some airlines include the cost of a Tourist Card as part of their ticket price. From TripAdvisor: If you are travelling to Cuba you will need a Tourist Visa, also known as a Tourist Card, to enter the country, along with your passport. Thomas Cook, Cuba Direct and The Holiday Place supply these as part of your package holiday. As from ...


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I can't really answer your question, but if I were you I would definitely get a new passport before applying for the visa. These kind of things are often handled by the local officer and no-one will give you any guarantees that you will be admitted to the country even if you have a valid visa and a letter from the embassy.


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