Such passports are also often sold with several matching documents, including an international driver’s license and similar supporting identity papers.
Camouflage passports are generally issued in names of countries that no longer exist or have changed their name. Others use the names of places or political subdivisions that exist within a real country, but that have never issued and cannot issue passports. Still others are issued in the names of wholly fictitious countries but that typically have a plausible or familiar ring to their names.
Nansen passport is often confused with camouflage passport, but is actually a valid document.
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