As a British passport holder travel to Cuba would seem to be no problem. But as a British citizen resident in the US I am not allowed to visit Cuba. I know that people travel via Mexico but the end up with two Mexican entry stamps in their passport which raises the question where have they been in the meantime. In my case I have a pristine renewed passport so the Mexican stamps would stick out like a sore thumb. What if I were say I'd been to the British Virgin Islands for example with my British passport, would that explain why there was no entry stamp between the two Mexican ones? Has anyone out there actual experience of this?
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