I'm a naturalized citizen of the US and was born in EU country A. I want to visit an EU country B to interview for potential employment (but not to start work).
What passports (US passport or country A) should I show when:
1) at the ticket counter (leaving the US) I'm asked for a passport
The agent who interviewed me mentioned that there are important benefits to becoming a citizen (as opposed to a permanent resident) with social security and other US agencies.
She recommended that I contact these agencies such as social security before applying for a passport.
I'm confused as...
I need to visit a friend in Kiev this weekend and before fighting moves there. I'm wondering if this would impact re-entry in the US with a Green Card and further Naturalization. I don't see any reason it would, I'm not visiting a country that threatens the US.
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