If you have U.S. and Canadian citizenship, how should you use those different passports in different situations?
The truth is, there really aren’t that many differences between a lot of Tier A passports, and that is certainly true when you compare the U.S. and Canada. Believe it or not, the only real difference travel-wise is that U.S. citizens can travel visa-free to Central African Republic and Equatorial Guinea. Of course, there are other minor reputational differences, such as the fact that U.S. citizens can sometimes be less welcome in certain countries when compared to Canadians, who are welcomed just about everywhere.
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