What does a Venezuela passport look like?


A Venezuela passport is a document that allows a citizen of that country to travel outside of Venezuela legally. Up until 2007, the passport had the standard form of a red cover with the seal of Venezuela and the name. After 2007, the format was updated to have all new passports issued with RFID chips that add security in making sure that the bearer matches the information given. The chip and information contained within it conforms to all internationally agreed upon law.
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There are no countries passport free near Argentina and Venezuela.
A passport is an official government document that certifies one's identity and citizenship. The passport serves two purposes; to regain entry to the country of citizenship (i.e.
The Passports office at the Embassy of Australia in Brasilia is open from Monday to Thurday, from 8.30am to 5pm and on Fridays from 8:30am to 4:30pm. Interviews are generally scheduled
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Venezuela Travel Information and Travel Guide
While other South American countries are romanticized for the tango, Machu Picchu or Carnaval, Venezuela's international reputation swirls around oil, the brash political style of President Hugo ... More »
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