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By all means you can use both your pasports on your trip.
(1) At check in at a US airport for your Pakistan bound flight, show your Pakistani passport. If the airline searches for an I-94 or wants to see your GC, show them your US passport.
(2) Enter Pakistan using your Pakistani passport
(3) At check in at a Pakistani airport for your US bound flight, show your US passport.
(4) At Pakistani exit control, show your Pakistani passport
(5) Enter the US using your US passport
Hi there, any update about your post, were you able to travel without visa?
I am in the same boat as you, planning to travel in urgency, no Visa/NICOP, but have a valid Pakistani and US passport.
Should I get a Pakistani visa or can travel like this? Any help, guidance or recent experience would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance for the help.
I have US and Pakistani Valid Passport. Don't have pakistani visa or NICOP. I already booked the ticket but i m worried about
Pakistani visa. Can i travel to pakistani in this scenario ? If yes what passport i will use while going to Pakistan and what passport
i will use while coming back to US. Pease advice and share your exeperiences. I will be very thankful to you.
Yes you can do that.
I have read on the internet and have understood that most dual citizens would follow the way you have suggested, but in regards to US airports, bearing in mind they don't have exit immigration, would it be acceptable if I check in with my US passport for Pakistan bound flight and show them my Pakistani passport if they ask for visa, and on arrival to Pakistan, I use my Pakistani passport.
If the above route seems acceptable to you, then should I book my ticket for Pakistan bound flight from the US on my Amercan passport rather than Pakistani Passport.