|First issued||25 January 2007 (current version)|
Malian passports are issued to Malian citizens to travel outside Mali. It is the only proof for international travel. It can also be used in identification for a national registration card or driver's license. It is also the primary proof for citizenship.
There are three types of passports, each with its own eligibility criteria.
An applicant is required to provide the following supporting documents and the prevailing fees before being issued a new passport.
The information below is stated on the identification page in French and English.
Malian passports are dark brown and have the words "République du Mali" inscribed above the Malian coat of arms in the centre of the cover. Beneath this is the word "Passeport" (on ordinary passports).
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Visa policy by country
1 British Overseas Territories. 2 Open border with Schengen Area. 3 Russia is included as a European country here because the majority of its population (80%) lives in European Russia. 4 These countries span the conventional boundary between Europe and Asia. 5 Part of the Realm of New Zealand. 6 Partially recognized. 7 Unincorporated territory of the United States. 8 Part of Norway, not part of the Schengen Area, special open-border status under Svalbard Treaty. 9 Part of the Kingdom of Denmark, not part of the Schengen Area. 10 Egypt spans the boundary between North Africa and the Middle East.
1 British Overseas Territories. 2 Part of the Schengen Area. 3 Open border with Schengen Area. 4 Azerbaijan, Georgia, Turkey, Kazakhstan and the partially recognised republics of Abkhazia and South Ossetia each span the conventional boundary between Europe and Asia. 5 Cyprus, Armenia, and the partially recognised republics of Artsakh and Northern Cyprus are entirely in Southwest Asia but have socio-political connections with Europe. 6 Egypt spans the boundary between North Africa and the Middle East. 7 Partially recognized. 8 Part of the Kingdom of Denmark, not part of the Schengen Area. 9 Russia has territory in both Eastern Europe and Northern Asia. The vast majority of its population (80%) lives in European Russia. 10 Part of the Nordic Passport Union.