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Entering Iran on 2 passports for two purposes?

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Entering Iran on 2 passports for two purposes?

I am an Iranian citizens, as well as a Canadian citizen visiting Iran this Spring, (I am entering on my Iranian passport) and staying 3 months, no longer. My question is since I plan to enter either Armenia, or Turkmenistan after Iran, do I need to show my Iranian, or Canadian passport at the Armenian or Turkmen embassies in Tehran to get a visa? Obviously, the price for Iranians should be a little lower, but I am more concerned with the practicalities of having 2 passports in Iran, one for entering, and the other for getting visas for 3rd party countries.

How should I do this in Iran? If you are living in Iran, please advise me. Thanks.

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