Passports Issued

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New Zealand Passport - History
... of Internal Affairs began issuing New Zealand passports for the first time ... Between 1948 and 1977, New Zealand passports bore the words 'New Zealand citizen and British subject' ... Fraser Government announced that New Zealand citizens could no longer travel to Australia without passports, as it was felt that too many people who were not entitled to travel without passports to Australia were ...
Ukrainian Passport - International Passport
... See also Biometric passports in Ukraine ... Passport for travel abroad, commonly known as an "International Passport", is a document used for travel outside Ukraine ... The passport information is recorded in Ukrainian and English ...
Swedish Passport
... Swedish passports are issued to nationals of Sweden for the purpose of international travel ... staying in countries that have implemented the Schengen Agreement, a passport is not required if one has a Swedish national identity card ... The passports are issued by the Swedish Police and applications are filed at police stations which have a passport office ...
Montenegrin Passport - History
... The first passports issued in Montenegro are from the 18th century, by Prince-Bishop Vasilije III Petrović-Njegoš ... Vasilije ethnicity was never a part of Montenegrin passports again ... Petar I Petrović-Njegoš, a special document known as "Passport" (Serbian Пашепорт) was granted to the citizens who wanted to wanted extraordinarily to visit foreign countries ...
Canadian Passport - Types of Passports
... Before 1947, there were two types of passports those issued to people who were born British subjects and those issued to people naturalized as British subjects ... Today, there are six types of Canadian passports Regular Passport (navy cover) These documents are issued to citizens for occasional travel, such as ... The maximum validity period varies with the age of the passport holder ...

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