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American – Israeli

American – Israeli

  1. Anonymous

    Hi all,

    as an american, who’s passports states place of birth ‘Israel’..
    am I allowed to board flight of Emirates/Qatar etc..
    am I allowed to enter those countries.. Abu-Dhabi/Qatar/Bahrain ? (I know it’s UAE)..
    am I allowed to travel through them as ‘transit’ passenger, switching flights at their ‘hubs’ ?

    all of those as amy other American who would be issued a visa upon arrival in case one is needed, and not be refused based on the info i just shared …thanks for ur time and prompt and accurate response (i hope..:) )


  2. David W

    All that matters is the country of the passport you hold – in your case, USA. You shouldn’t be refused entry

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