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Using two or three US passports to stay in the EU longer


sdmattsz 1 | 2
12 Aug 2010 #1
Does any one know if this scenario is possible?

I thought I lost my passport 6 months ago, I ordered a replacement but a couple days ago I found my old passport. Great now I have two. In theory could I double my legal stay in Poland by entering and exiting after three months on one passport and then stay in Ukraine for a couple of days and then re-enter on my 2nd passport which is clear? Aside from being illegal, has any one every done anything like this?
pgtx 30 | 3,156
12 Aug 2010 #2
you have 2 passports but each of them has the same number and it's in the system that way... you should get your ass to the embassy and extend your stay...
mafketis 24 | 9,174
12 Aug 2010 #3
stay in Ukraine for a couple of days and then re-enter on my 2nd passport

No you can't. It used to be that way a loooong time ago. But current regulations are very different.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
12 Aug 2010 #4
In theory could I double my legal stay in Poland by entering and exiting after three months on one passport and then stay in Ukraine for a couple of days and then re-enter on my 2nd passport which is clear?

Doesn't work like that - your data is scanned at the border and will be caught quite quickly. In fact, it doesn't matter - you'll get caught on the exit from Schengen because the stamps won't add up.

I can assure you that after a few trips to Ukraine over the last two weeks - every passport is scanned and details collected.


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