“Kathleen, I have two questions.
“First, can an American use his U.S. passport when flying from the United States and then, after landing, use his second passport to enter a foreign country? Can an American use his U.S. passport when flying into a foreign country and then use his second passport when leaving that country? Since all countries stamp your passport upon entry and exit, this could get messy and perhaps get you in trouble, couldn’t it? How exactly do you use your passports when travelling, if you have two?”
–Steve K., United States
If you’re an American, you must, by law, use your U.S. passport when entering the United States. And, no matter who you are, you must use the same passport to leave a country as the one you used when entering that country.
“Dear Live and Invest Overseas Staff, I just want to tell you how extremely useful I found your Retire Overseas Conference in Scottsdale earlier this year. I loved all your morning modules every day. Excellent info!
“The Perpetual Traveler workshop with Vicki and Paul Terhorst was the best for me, and the fact that I could speak about travel with them afterward was very valuable. Showed me I’ve been living this life with fits and starts my whole life and that now I’m ready to really get rid of the ‘stuff’ and take off!”
–Barbara L., United States
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