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Thailand (Siam) Passport History

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Below you can see the 6 different types. In the gallery at the bottom you will see a rare 1961 Diplomatic passport and a very rare 1934 Siam passport. Evolution of the Thai Passport A Passport is an important government-issued…

Nepalese Passport

Did you know? Nepalese passports are issued to the citizens of Nepal for international travel. The Nepalese passport was hand written before late 2010 until many incidents of forged passports came to light. Nepal has  introduced Machine readable passport from…

Evolution Of The UAE Passport

Mustafa Al Zarooni / 23 August 2013 While history could be “the biography of great men”, as Thomas Carlyle wrote, we encounter it through collections of yellow-tinged papers and photographs and artifacts. Museums, which display these archives, are the house…

History of Biometrics

By Stephen Mayhew November 22, 2012 Introduction The term “biometrics” is derived from the Greek words “bio” (life) and “metrics” (to measure). Automated biometric systems have only become available over the last few decades, due to significant advances in the…

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Testimonials from collectors and readers “I was searching for passport expertise and you sound exactly right for what we want to cover.” – Dearbhla Gavin, producer BBC Essex – “Your website is excellent, really very interesting! Thank you” – M.F.,…

Most Current Overview of Travel Documents

Review of Keesing’s “Overview of Travel Documents 2010 – 2015” The publication is presenting almost 500 travel documents from more than 200 issuing authorities in the last 5 years. On 55 pages there are 474 travel documents displayed with front…

New Mobile Document Checking Device

PRAXIS TEST – DOCULUS LUMUS A few months ago I stumbled over a brief newspaper article on a new mobile document checking device. I gathered more information at the manufacturer’s website and then contacted the company asking for more details.…

Interpol Stolen and Lost Travel Documents Database

INTERPOL’s Stolen and Lost Travel Documents (SLTD) database enables INTERPOL National Central Bureaus and other authorized law enforcement entities (such as immigration and border control officers) to ascertain the validity of a travel document in seconds. The SLTD database was…