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This is not the same thing as having a second passport. Don't lie to immigration authorities!

Frequently Asked Questions About Traveling with Two Passports

The most popular post on this site is How to Travel with Two Passports. In fact, it’s so popular it led me to write Step by Step Guide to Entering & Exiting a Country with Two Different Passports. If you haven’t read these posts, they are a great starting point to understanding your rights, benefits and […]

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Step by Step Guide to Entering & Exiting a Country with Two Different Passports

I’m not sure when it happened, but my post on How to Travel with Two Passports has become the most popular post on this site by far. Because of the volume of (very similar) comments I receive on that post, I’ve created both an eBook and this post as a follow-up! If you haven’t read […]

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A Day Trip to Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay

I love side-trips.  Sometimes a good side-trip can be even better than the main trip.  Since we’re all about maximizing our time traveling we try to pack a lot in.  This means that when I discovered Colonia del Sacramento (just “Colonia” to locals) while planning a trip to Buenos Aires, I knew we had to […]

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How to Travel with Two Passports

We have received so many questions on how to travel with two passports that we created an eBook! If you’d like more detail in addition to what we provide on this page, check out the book: So first things first, in order to travel with two passports, you actually need to have two (or more) […]

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An Illegal Border Crossing into Paraguay

“It wasn’t intentional.  I always learn about learning the entry requirements for every country I visit.  I always mail away my passport or wait in line for hours at the Consulate to get the required visa.  So I am sorry, Paraguay, that I snuck into your country and blatantly disobeyed your border patrol officers.  Sorry.  […]

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