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Hi VJs Is there anyone here that used two different passport with different middle name.I have US passport and Phil passport with different middle name I am planning to have a 6mos vacation at the Phil.I want to know if it will give me a hard time in entering PHIl and coming back in the US.

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When you travel you should use only one passport.

That's not always practical.

Some countries, including the US insist that their citizens enter their countries with that country's passports. So many people have to travel using two passports.

Also, even where not required by law, using the US passport may require expensive or time consuming visa applications.


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Hi VJs Is there anyone here that used two different passport with different middle name.I have US passport and Phil passport with different middle name I am planning to have a 6mos vacation at the Phil.I want to know if it will give me a hard time in entering PHIl and coming back in the US.

Reply will be appreciated.

I can't speak about the Philippines, but the US will only care about your US passport.

The main thing you need to worry about is the name on your airline ticket. Most people with name discrepancies between passports get tripped up while checking in for their flights. Your ticket has to be issued in the exact name on the passport you are going to present at check in. Most airlines are reasonable and understand that people sometimes don't enter their middle names, but I did read about a case in Paris where Air France would not allow someone to board because his middle name wasn't on his ticket.

So if you're going to present your US passport at check in, buy your ticket in your US name. If you're going to need to show both passports at different points along your trip, it might get tricky, but as I said, most airlines are accommodating.


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