- How do I keep my old passport and new one?
- Why do you need two passport photos?
- What do you do with your old passports?
- Can I staple Hong Kong landing slip?
- Can I glue my passport photo?
- Can you leave on one passport and enter on another?
- Is it okay to glue my arrival slip on my passport?
- What is the best color to wear for passport photos?
- Do I need to carry my old passport?
- Can you staple passports together?
- How does e gate work?
- Does Hong Kong stamp passports?
How do I keep my old passport and new one?
Just keep them together, and if you are required to provide a copy as proof of identity make sure you provide copies of the information pages from both passports, as your residency visa will show the old passport number.
When you arrive to get your visa renewed, you simply remove the old passport..
Why do you need two passport photos?
While traveling abroad, you must carry extra passport photos with you. This is because you are required to submit passport photos for a Visa or for any other application forms. If you have extra passport photos handy, you can save both- money as well as time.
What do you do with your old passports?
The old passport may be sent separately from your new passport. We recommend keeping your old passport in a safe place as it is considered proof of your U.S. citizenship. If your old passport is linked to a valid visa, you can still use the valid visa. You must travel with both your new and old passport in this case.
Can I staple Hong Kong landing slip?
Re: Hong Kong landing slip remain in passport? In HK immigration are supposed to staple the landing slip into your passport to my understanding. Technically speaking, you are legally supposed to keep your landing slip with you throughout your stay in HK.
Can I glue my passport photo?
Photos should be printed without borders. Photos should be stapled or glued to Form DS-82 or DS-11 (application for U.S. passport). If the photograph is stapled, the staples should be placed as far away as possible from the applicant’s face.
Can you leave on one passport and enter on another?
You will need to keep your other passport with you when you leave, so they’ll have the proper records of you leaving and entering the country in their system, but you can enter and exit with the other passport. You can but this depends on the countries you are travelling to and from and what passports you are using.
Is it okay to glue my arrival slip on my passport?
Do not put your arrival sticker at the back of your passport. … Never ever staple it on your passport page. It is a sticker.
What is the best color to wear for passport photos?
WhiteWear a Color Other Than White Your passport photo must have a plain white background, so if you wear a white shirt, it may blend into the background and leave you looking like a floating head.
Do I need to carry my old passport?
Travelers must carry their old passports while traveling, as it can be demanded by immigration authorities of their own country as well as of the destination country. Inability to produce your old passport may lead to unnecessary questioning, delay in clearing immigration or deportation altogether.
Can you staple passports together?
No! Don’t do this! If you put a staple through your passport it could be judged as being “damaged” which will be enough to deny you entry to any other country even if you have a valid visa or residency. At the least they’ll make you go get another passport immediately.
How does e gate work?
ePassport gates are automated, where a passport reader and camera, rather than a border officer, will verify your identity and check your ‘chipped’ passport. The gates use facial recognition technology to compare your face to the photograph recorded on the ‘chip’ in your passport.
Does Hong Kong stamp passports?
Australia, Hong Kong, Israel, Macau and South Korea do not stamp passports upon entry nor exit, but issue landing slips instead. Visas may also take the form of passport stamps.