Yes she can leave on a foreign passport, but I'm not sure how smooth or bumpy her exit from Estonia will be (as there's a division who can and cannot be a dual citizen).
As your wife is Estonian, your daughter is therefore Estonian citizen by birth (not due to her being born in Estonia).
The Citizenship Act states
§ 5. Acquisition of Estonian ...
This is not particularly odd at all. Most countries do not have jus soli, and Estonia is indeed among the countries which don't. Therefore, babies born to foreigners in Estonia are not Estonian, and so leaving the country for the first time on a foreign passport isn't an unusual occurrence.
On the other hand, some countries do have laws requiring citizens ...
I want to contribute for the above answer for some:
Actually, there are many websites that offer Vietnam visa services like https://www.vietnam-visa.com/, https://vietnamvisa.govt.vn, https://www.vietnam-evisa.org/, and many more.
They are all approved by the Vietnam government to process visa service. However, it's worth noting that the one with "govt.vn" ...
Since I dont really understand your question, I assume that there are two cases for this:
Case 1: If you mean to ask whether or not you can use two passports to enter Vietnam (i.e one is Vietnamese passport and the other is US passport), you CAN TOTALLY USE one of them to enter the country. If you choose to use Vietnamese passport, you must follow the ...
The US government has expedited service. If you are traveling in the next 2 weeks via plane or cruise ship. The cruise line will most likely reject you due to the stop in Vancouver. You cannot enter Canada with only a Nevada license.
It does not look like there are any offices in Alaska. There are ones in Seattle.
Likely they won't let you on the boat without a passport (like airlines). Even if they do, this is going to be a problem entering into Vancouver.
This site indicates that there's a private company able to do expedited passports in Anchorage in 24h, give them a call ASAP to see if they can do it in time.
Be prepared to pay a hefty fee... $500+
I think you're out of luck for today.
As Richard mentioned, your driver's license is not enhanced, so it really doesn't help you at all.
The usual thing to do in this situation would be to go in person to a passport agency, where a passport can be issued the same day. Unfortunately, there are none in Alaska, and I doubt you have time to fly to another ...
According to the Department of Homeland Security, Nevada does not issues EDLs that can be used to enter the US. Regardless, EDLs cannot be used to enter the US by air.
Furthermore, you will likely be refused entry to Canada, and possibly refused boarding for the cruise (not sure on that, but airlines would typically deny boarding in your circumstance, ...
From the given pictures, the details are intact for those pages. Unless any unreadable details, it should not be any issue.
But for safer side, you can easily renew passport within few days if you are still staying the same passport address.
(The images have now been removed for the asker's privacy. They showed some smudging of a stamp and a little ...
Yes, you can use a Polish temporary passport to travel to Canada.
Timatic, the database which airlines use to verify passenger travel documents, states in relevant part:
Nationals of Poland with a temporary passport.
You still need to get an electronic travel authorization (eTA) before traveling though.
Visa required, ...
Most countries don't put "occupation" in their passports at all.
Given the frequency people change jobs or careers in today's world, I think most western countries would find it completely unreasonable to consider a job change to invalidate someone's passport.
Any "occupation" notation in a passport will be taken as an indication of what the holder's job ...
Timactic (airline visa information database) says that Lebanese passports do not require a visa and are eligible for 90 days stay. The passport must be valid an additional 60 days. That would give your daughter 21 days margin. (I hope one of the Timactic experts here checks this.)
Your mother cannot and does not need to apply for a UK visa because she is a British citizen. British citizens cannot be denied entry to the UK. Proving British citizenship does not require a current, valid passport. An expired British is acceptable evidence that she is British.
However, airlines require proof of entitlement to enter a country before they ...
Passport are replaced (and get lost), so travel history is not so important. But keep a photo of passport, visa, and stamps. This could help you in future to find out your travel history for new visa applications.
Just it will confuse officers if you give a passport without the entry stamp, or a passport without the exit stamp of the nearby country (e.g. if ...
Your question is a little unclear, so let's try to answer what I believe you are asking, staring with "Can someone be a resident of more than one country?".
In principle to be a 'resident' of somewhere means that you live there, and in most cases it is assumed that you live in only one place. But that doesn't have to be the case legally.
Every country has ...
To return to the USA, you need only the green card. A passport is not required - at least the USA does not require it, and Timatic (the database which airlines use to verify passenger travel documents) makes it clear that green card holders don't need a passport to enter the USA, so the airline should not ask for one. But watch out for new check-in agents ...
The given link implies yes, since any traveler who has had issues in the past and are rejected at the gate:
will be sent to a manned passport check to have their identity and passport checked
There is no explicit statement stating that certain categories of persons should not use these gates.
No, you cannot cross the Schengen external border without a valid travel document. The only exception to this is EU/EEA citizens carrying national ID cards.
For a Cameroon passport you'll also need a visa.
No, unfortunately this is not possible.
Even if you have residency in the UK, as a Cameroonian citizen you'll need a valid Schengen visa to visit Paris, and for that you need a passport.
In the longer term, if you've held ILR for more than a year you might be eligible to become a British citizen and get a UK passport, which would save a lot of visa ...
As a former Ukrainian citizen, my citizenship was revoked automatically as soon as I received my British citizenship.
That's not true. Ukraine does not revoke citizenship automatically.
You should request for renouncing of your Ukrainian citizenship in the Embassy of Ukraine in the UK.
If you did not request it, then you are treated as a citizen of Ukraine....