Post you are passport.
Others rate you are passport.
this why your mother deliver the brown
Drop booze, cigs and sugared drinks for a couple of months and you'll have your money.
I'm also facing the same dilemma, since I'm looking to pick up another semi-auto rifle and also a mossy 590 and all money goes to my flat and assorted bills.
I don't drink, smoke, or partake in sugar beverages. It's been extraordinary events that siphon my savings. Car accident and what follows being in an accident, to be more specific. What are you thinking for a semi-auto?
ireland and uk
uk one is purely for a hong kong visa.
I see you have fallen for the meme
>I don't drink, smoke,
Yeah me neither. Complete waste of money especially since I'm mad enough even without any intoxicants.
That I do though, it's my bad habit.
>What are you thinking for a semi-auto?
Something in 5.56, haven't decided what yet. I'd like an SG550 (or 551LB) but they're fuckexpensive and a bit hard to get here. AUG would be nice too, or some FN rifle.
I'm also considering an AR even though they are finicky range queens.
I can't find it atm
It was used only 3 times (you can travel just with the ID card in the EU)
This is how it looks anyway
No, I'm 100% German. After the second world war both sides of my family emigrated to North America. My father's side went to America and my mother's side to Canada. They both were born in North America and both of their families returned shortly after back to Germany. I was born in Germany and received all 3 citizenships.
Besides, US bases in Germany don't count as German territory. And you must be born in Germany to at least 1 German parent if you want to have more than just German citizenship. Well, that was the case until the stupid Turks had the law changed in 2011 so they could get away with dual citizenship.
Too lazy to go look for it now, it looks like this.
>my gfs passport
fuck I hate those adidas bydlo stripes on our passport.
Damn that's a cool logo, it actually gave me shivers down the spine
Not my passport because I don't have a camera atm, but here's what it looks like
Dutch grandparents (father side), came to Brazil in the 1950s.
My grandfather by my mother side is italian as well and I'm gonna apply for it this year.
This country is soon to collapse and I'm better to at least have some options available.
It's a requirement that you should give up any other citizenship you may have at the time if you want to become a japanese citizen (or maintain it's citizenship).
However the japanese government can't obligate you to do that, and their only option is to accept your word that you'll only have their passport.
So if you want to have a dual japanese citizenship you just don't have to be stupid and avoid showing to the authorities that you have another passport while you're in Japan (if they notice you're using another passport to enter Japan, they will revoke your japanese passport).
A friend of mine does that all the time, he's japanese brazilian and while in Brazil he uses both passports for a series of things but in Japan he simply omits the existence of his brazilian passport, it's not like Japan will question anything from what one of their nationals was doing in another country.
Have German and Turkish.
Not sure if necessary
Must be the single least sought after passport in the entire Western hemisphere. Heck, I guess even some corrupt Russian mobster wouldn't mind having a Haitian passport because reasons. But a Venezuelan one? For what purpose?
Pre-Confederation Newfoundland Passport
My my grandfather actually has his original, as he was born in '23
tfw uk border officer ask me why i need a visa to study in the uk.
People who actually lived and worked outside of Germany usually tend to see Germany in a better light than sofa slouching know-it-alls. 90% of all German emigrants eventually return home. So in 90% of cases the grass isn't greener on teh other side. In fact the grass in Germany is pretty green.
Do they look like this on the inside?
"Gee comrade this passport looks somewhat suspicious"
>Why do Euros bother to get a passport if you can use an ID everywhere?
Mostly for going to the US, Australia, Asia etc..
>You only need one to leave Europe yes?
Yes. Within the European Union and a few other countries like Switzerland, Norway and Turkey as well as some meme-states like Andorra and San Marino
>Why would you ever leave?
I applied for a passport 2 seperate times, both times to visit the United States. The second time my passport was actually still valid, but the US requires you to have a document that's at least valid for 1 or 2 years after the end of your visa period or something like that, so I had to get another one even though it was still valid. Currently it has stamps for Turkey and the US in it.. I could have went to Turkey on a European ID, but I don't have one anymore because I use my drivers license to ID myself for national matters and take my passport for anything else. I don't want to spend another €40,- for even more ID-plastic.
>Within the European Union and a few other countries like Switzerland, Norway and Turkey as well as some meme-states like Andorra and San Marino
*You can travel with the European ID card
>Dutch National ID is optional?
There is no such thing anymore.. Just your EU ID card that specifies you're a Dutch citizen. The card is a valid document for the entire EU though, so it's not really national. It's optional as long as you have something else to identify yourself with, like a drivers license. You can't use the drivers license to travel within EU states though, so you need an ID card or passport for that.. I have a passport because they all cost money, and I don't want to pay for all of them when I can make due with just 2.
>I would prefer that to a passport if you have to give fingerprints for it, but not the ID.
You have to give fingerprints for everything these days.. ID cards, passports and drivers licenses. I held off on getting a new ID for years when they came with this (around 2011), but when I got my drivers license I just gave up and gave them my prints.