Which country has the best passport cover?
Looks too gommielike with that star and cog.
>A FUCKING LYRA
Ours is not much better. Pretty simplistic but that's it.
>European Union and country name written the same size
>nice emblem, not a clusterfuck like the UK's
>only one language used on the cover
30 days - 20 euros
3 days - 40 euros
8 hours - 100 euros
here's the right price
Oh wait, you mean how long you want it to take to get the passport?
Sounds funny but when does anyone need it except the most hardcore backpacker? Ours last only 5 years.
>not a citizen of any country
>legal immigrant (long story)
>cannot get passport
>cannot vote in 2016 election
I want muh freedoms
Some passports from Crown Dependencies and Overseas Territories
>>only one language used on the cover
It's to do with international passport laws and shit
It's recommended that the passport is issued in English or French, or the National Language and English or French
It will be for hardcore backpackers. Child ones last for 5 years, and adult ones last for 10 years.
They're made from the finest Grade A paper cut from a freedom tree only found in Long Island, New York.
The cover has .99 fine gold writing. A Jew blessed the passport and a bald eagles feather is embedded in the cover
Although the font needs to have more authority and needs to be in all capitals, it looks too humble for what it is.
Ours is just so plain it's not funny. Also:
Maybe for a postgraduate degree or as an exchange student or something of that nature. Things are really really bad down here so money is the main hurdle for people who want out. It is very expensive to emigrate, even to neighbouring countries.
Eh, Brit women don't like American men. Maybe only blacks, but I'm white.
Maybe I can just get a British passport from one of the Caribbean islands. They're probably lax on immigration and a passport wouldn't be too hard to get since it's not EU and pretty much a restricted British passport
Ours looks like shit. Lasts only 5 years.
I met an australian that thought the symbol in the lower left corner was only for australian passports because it was the 'Abo flag'.
>having english with the same font size as the russian
You sure appear cucked for a great power, comrade.
fun fact that the British passport is given out in the authority of the monarch. Monarchs dont carry passports because it'd be considered an "abuse of power" to give yourself a passport technically on your own authority
Ours is fairly simple, no bullshit.
Which passport exactly? In our country we have to use 2 different passports - one is an internal identity-document and the other is for those who're travelling abroad.
You need to pay to get a passport? What are you paying for?
It is not a real passport on your pic. Real russian passport doesn't have any enemy's symbols on it.
Slav cunts have pretty good passports, but despite having a lame leaf on our flag our passport is very good lads
>His passport has an EU tramp stamp
>What the fuck is this commie-era shit?
Welcome to the Democratic People's Republic of Kor... oh i mean Russia.
>You're one step away from having to ask permission from the police to leave your town.
We have already made this step. It's impossible to buy train or plane ticket without passport.
>The international passport.
I don't even have it.
>idi nahui sooqa ebal tvou mamku sin sobaki pososi moyu kapustu))
And the same to you, bitch.
>kek dela bratishka from russishka?
Better than yours, i hope.
Freedom was never an option. Also, we still have permanent registration record stamps in the passport. If you move to another region of another city you have to register it in a local UFMS office.
I think the soviet one looks much better.
I like how colorful the insides are in ours
Visa pages are nice too
>plane ticket without passport.
eh, it's similar in the UK
You need a form of identification and that is up to the airline. Some airlines will even accept bus passes. But others will only accept a valid passport, drivers licence or EU/Swiss identity card.
My granddad tried flying from London to Glasgow with his passport that had expired two weeks before travel and he got told that he can't use it, so he pulled out his drivers licence and got told he couldn't use that either, so had to drive to Glasgow instead, which is an almost 7 hour drive instead of a 1 hour flight
For train tickets, you could travel from the most northerly tip of Scotland to the most southerly tip of Cornwall in England and not need to show ID once. But, if you are a foreigner or brown, you would still need to carry one.
it's always been like that
The visas themselves are also bretty nice
Liked this one better.
The UK and Sweden also have the most np-visa-agreements in the world.
There's too much stuff going on there.
I think it would be much better if it were just a simple maple leaf. There's nothing wrong with it and nobody associates the stuff in your photo with Canada.
The fuck? Am I the only actual Dane in this thread?
>Not having multiple citizenships
>he has the flag of another country on his passport
God damn who designed these