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When you’re getting off a transatlantic flight, you’ll
usually be directed straight to passport control, die
Passkontrolle
(dee pâs-kôn-trô-le).Most of the time
you get to choose between two lines: one is for EU-
Bürger
(eh-oo-buur-ger)(citizens of countries within
the European Union) and the other is for Nicht-EU-
Bürger
(nîHt-eh-oo-buur-ger)(citizens of countries out-
side the EU).

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These are the words you may need to wield when you
go through passport control:

der Reisepass / der Pass(dehr ry-ze-pâs/ dehr
pâs)(passport)

EU-Bürger(eh-oo-buur-ger)(citizen of a country
of the European Union)

Nicht-EU-Bürger(nîHt-eh-oo-buur-ger) citizen of
a country outside the EU)

Ich bin im Urlaub hier.(îH bîn îm ûr-lowp heer)

(I’m here on vacation.)

Ich bin geschäftlich hier.(îH bîn ge-shêft-lîH
heer) (I’m here on business.)

Ich bin auf der Durchreise nach . . . (îH bîn owf
dehr dûrH-ry-ze nâH . . .)(I am on my way to . . .)

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