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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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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 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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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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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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Your passport only has to be valid during your journey, there is no 6 month rule among EU member states. Even if it was expired, you could travel to Germany with only your CIE card and no passport.


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This should be okay in both directions. Rules that require additional future validity of passports never apply for entering the country that issued the passport. It would be pointless for them to do -- countries have such rules to make sure they can send visitors back to their home country, but that only works if the passport is still good for the home ...


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do we need specific visas to be employed by our European company but work short-term in the USA? It depends... The Visa waiver program allows citizens or nationals of participating countries (and Germany is one of the participating countries) to travel to the United States for business for stays of 90 days or less without obtaining a visa. You will be ...


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Your old visa may be valid under the law, but the policy of the US government is somewhat unclear. The passport is certainly not valid, because you're no longer a citizen of the Philippines. You might make it through US passport controls with the Philippine passport if the Philippine authorities have not listed it in the Interpol database, but I wouldn't ...


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I looked in the past, and as I read, 1 year visa is more difficult to obtain the first time. You may get few short term visa, and then you can ask a long term visa. If you have good reasons, you can apply also the first time for a long term visa. If I remember correctly the short term visa is valid for 3 months (you have 3 mouths for the first entry), so it ...


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A valid permesso di soggiorno and your passport are all you need to enter the Schengen area without a visa. But if your residence permit is a carta di soggiorno di familiare di un cittadino dell'Unione then you must be traveling with or joining that EU citizen.


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As my experience shows, you will pass through immigration in Rome but customs check will be done in Bologna. At least how it was when we were doing similar itinerary to Catania - our bags were checked at Catania Fontanarossa before handing them to us. So I think that either there will be no explicit customs check, or it will be done in airport of final ...


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If you have health coverage as part of a national plan in the EU, or have a health insurance covering your basic health cost in the EU, you can get a card that shows this and that will cover your emergency health care while traveling in the EU. Living outside Italy it might well be that you are not covered under the national health system. If your national ...


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The OP updated the information in the question. There was a note on the file because they were using two different passports and that was the reason the ESTA was rejected. They got a visa without problems, as traveling with two different passports is allowed. What we can learn from this is that if you have two different nationalities and so far only used ...


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