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The Central America-4 passport (also called the Central American passport) is a common-design passport issued by the Central America-4 Border Control Agreement member states (El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua). Although the design had been in use by Nicaragua and El Salvador since the mid-1990s, it became the norm for the CA-4 in January 2006. The main features are the navy blue cover with the words "Centroamérica" and a map of Central America, with the territory of the issuing country highlighted in gold (in place of the individual nations' coats of arms). Costa Rica, not a C-4 Agreement member, also uses a passport with the inscription "América Central", retained from the Federal Republic of Central America and included in its coat of arms.

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