Bolivian passport
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The front cover of a contemporary Bolivian biometric Passport issued since 2019
TypePassport
Issued byBolivia
First issuedFebruary 2019 (biometric passport)
PurposeIdentification
EligibilityBolivian citizenship
Personal details page of an older version of a Bolivian Passport. Note the previously used name of the country which has recently been replaced by Plurinational State of Bolivia. This passport has been issued in Osaka, Japan by the Bolivian Consulate.
Personal details page of an older version of a Bolivian Passport. Note the previously used name of the country which has recently been replaced by Plurinational State of Bolivia. This passport has been issued in Osaka, Japan by the Bolivian Consulate.

The Bolivian passport is the official travel document issued to citizens of Bolivia by the Bolivian Government through its specially appointed office, Dirección General de Migración (General Office of Migration). The document can also be extended abroad via consulate representatives.

The current passport has undergone several modifications following international regulations as well as other regarding naming and adherence to international organisations, like the Andean Community of Nations. In an official press release the General Office on Migration details 18 safety measures including the costs and other details of the new passport which now complies with international regulations for mechanical and biometric readings. [1]

Gallery of historic passports

See also

References

  1. ^ "Dirección General de Migración". Archived from the original on 2011-05-25. Retrieved 2011-04-14.