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Palauan passport

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Issued by  Palau
Purpose  Identification
Type of document  Passport
Palauan passport

The Palauan Passport is an international travel document that is issued to Palauan citizens which is issued centrally at the Passport Office in Meyuns, Palau.

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History

Issuance of the Palauan passport began on 8 December 1994, whilst official and diplomatic passports were first issued on 9 December 1994.

In accordance with law RPPL7-3, on 31 December 2006, all non-machine readable Palauan passports automatically expired and from 1 January 2007 onwards, only machine readable Palauan passports are valid travel documents, even if a non-machine readable passport has not yet reached its expiry date.

Visa requirements

In 2014, Palauan citizens had visa-free or visa on arrival access to 74 countries and territories, ranking the Palauan passport 57th in the world (tied with Jamaica and Ukraine) according to the Visa Restrictions Index.

Application

Applying for an ordinary Palauan passport currently costs USD50.

References

Palauan passport Wikipedia


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