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Trip with 2 passports to South America, which passport to show the airlines?

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I am dual citizen of US and Czech Republic (EU). Will travel to Bolivia, where US citizen has to pay $135 for visa while EU has free visa.

Based on my readings when checking in the US for the flight with destination Bolivia, I will show the airline my EU passport. (and when checking in Bolivia onto US headed flight I will present the airline with my US passport).

So here’s the catch, that I can not solve on my own :) When I used to have a green card, the airline always wanted to know how I will get back to the US, so upon the check in to travel OUT of the US, I had to show them the green card (and of course I had to show the green card upon boarding the US headed plane).

If I leave US on my EU passport and the airline asks me how do I plan to return back to the US, what do I do? Tell them I have two passports ?

Thank you!

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They only care qbout where you are going to


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They only care qbout where you are going to


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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Show either passport when flying to Bolivia (since visa on arrival is possible for Americans, albeit for $135) and show your US passport when flying to the US. The airline just wants to verify you will be able to enter the destination country w/no problem.


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