Of course he'll need a passport. Right?
I guy I work with is planning to travel to his hometown in Mexico for the first time in ten years. I asked him something that concerned how his name was listed on his passport (because he uses his maternal name as his last) and he told me he doesn’t have one. I told him that he’d better hurry and get one if he would be tracing soon. He told me that since he had dual US/Mexican citizenship that a passport would not be a requirement. I in turn told him that that didn’t matter and if he was planning on boarding that plane without one he was in for a rude awakening. He told me he was certain that I was wrong. I’m almost certain that I am not.
Who’s right here?
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