So I have dual citizenship, and one of them is Turkish!
I'm planning a trip to Tokyo, and I want to use my Turkish passport, because a visa is not required of a Turkish citizen to enter japan, which makes everything so much more easier.
My Turkish passport is BRAND NEW. No stamps. No visas.
So here's my little problem.
I got my new Turkish passport while I was in United States for college.
However, i'm not a citizen of the US,
and I entered and exited the US as a student using my OTHER citizenship.
Now i'm working in China using my OTHER passport,
so basically, my Turkish passport is completely empty, issued in the US, yet doesn't have an exit-borders stamp from the US.
My question is, would it be a problem if I presented my turkish passport to the japanese borders
and they see that it's issued in the US yet i have no US visa on it, nor do i have us exit stamp, and it's just super empty. Or…do they not care where your passport came from, just that you may enter the country legally?
Did i just manage to confuse everyone?