You will need
- - copy of passport;
- - 4 color photos 3x4 cm
On the official website check out our current requirements for those wishing to obtain a passport of a citizen of the world. Download the application form or write a letter asking to send it to you by mail. Fill out the form, please indicate your name and surname, place of residence (address), telephone number, Fax number (if any), email address and personal website if available. It is also necessary to specify the place and date of birth, your gender, height, occupation. Sign form, put a thumbprint in the designated place. The application form should be filled in by hand in block letters, in English or print on the computer.
Put in the questionnaire "tick", noting the desired validity of the passport – 3, 5 or 8 years. Depending on your choice, be prepared to pay 45 to $ 100. Sign on the reverse side, all four of the photos in block letters, putting your details (name and surname). Specify in the questionnaire the postal address where you send documents.
Reassure your signature at the notary, pay the required amount (this can be done either by cheque or by credit card). All documents should be sent to the office of the organization. After 1-2 months you will receive by mail your passport of the citizen of the world and a leaflet with advice for holders of the passport.
For an additional fee ($400) you can obtain a passport from 15 years. In addition to a passport, you can request and other documents: birth certificate of the citizen of the world, marriage certificate etc.
If completing the questionnaire causes difficulty, contact a specialized Agency that surcharge will help – will issue the application form and transfer money. Remember that the passport of the citizen of the world does not guarantee the unhindered crossing of state borders. This document officially recognized only six countries – Mauritania, Burkina Faso, Ecuador, Togo, and Zambia, Tanzania.
To date, the passport of the citizen of the world rather is a symbolic document that does not have a special legal force in most countries of the world.