Cleaning out some old stuff today I came across my Visa from when I used to travel for Mega Corp. It expired in 2002. Can I just throw it or would I need to turn it in if I apply for a visa in the future? I know one of our employees had two visas on him when crossing the border (didn't turn in his old one) and had to spend the day being held in Juarez.
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My visas to the USA, to Australia, to India were stamped or attached to pages in my passport and all either expired at a certain date or when the passport expired. Can't see any reason to hang onto an old visa, even though I do.
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