I'm a citizen of both Guyana & Canada with valid passports for both country. Guyanese do not require a visa to enter Suriname while Canadians do. If I'm travelling to Suriname from Canada and vice versa, do I require a visa?
It's perfectly simple: if you enter Suriname on your Canadian passport you need a visa, if you enter it on your Guyanan passport, you do not. You should travel with both since you ought to enter Canada on your Canadian passport, as a citizen of that country. But of course you only present ONE to passport control, in either country! They do not need to know what other nationalities you may have.
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