plockguy Threads: 1Posts: 7Joined: Sep 18, 2011 ♂ Edited by: plockguy Dec 9, 2011, 08:10am # I just got my Polish passport, and plan on entering Poland in a few days as a Polish citizen (this hasn't happened in a very long time). I will probably stay there for about a year.I'm not very concerned about entering Poland, but i'm afraid of what's going to happen when I enter back into the U.S. Even as a US citizen travelling under my US passport, whenever I have to go through customs on the US border, I always feel like the customs agents are being mean and are giving me a hard time for no reason.Here's my situation:- Born in Poland, lived in USA 95% of my life (perfect english, my polish has an accent)- Different spellings/names on my 2 passports. When I was naturalized in the US, my first and lastname were changed. Spelled completely different, but phonetically, sounds and even almost looks similar. When I had my Polish passport renewed just now, it still has my birth names.- Going to Poland to help my cousin with a business (so i'm working there).- My ticket to Poland was bought using my US identity (i'm leaving in 4 days). What's the proper behavior/procedure while i'm passing through the borders? I'm terrified of being detained or someone giving me trouble for having 2 citizenships/passports with different spellings of my first and last name. Am i overreacting? When coming back to the US, is it safer to buy my ticket using my US identity again?