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British Passport : United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland (1961 — 1966 — 1971) with Vaccination Certificate

British Passport was issued for a 31-year-old Mr. Hector Hall in 1961.

The passport was renewed on 7 June 1966 and valid until 1 August 1971 at Branch Passport Office in Liverpool.

International Certificate of Vaccination or Revaccination Against Smallpox tucked between page 32 and interior side of back cover.

PHYSICAL STRUCTURES
 
Page Description
Front Cover Document's Name
Country's Name
Coat-of-Arms
Front Cover - Interior Side Diplomatic Request Page
Page 1 Document's Name
Country's Name
Document Number
Passport Holder's Name
Nationality
Page 2 Physical Description - Glued Form
Page 3 Passport Holder's Photo - Glued
Page 4 Permitted / Endorsed Countries
Passport Validity
Page 5 Observations
Renewals
Page 6 until Page 30 Visas
Page 31 Foreign Exchange for Travelling Expenses (Basic Allowance)
Page 32 Foreign Exchange for Travelling Expenses (Special Allotment)
Back Cover - Interior Side Notes & Regulations

LANGUAGES

The document was printed in English and French from page 1 to page 5, only for the field's / information's title. The contents were in English.

Details were handwritten into the passport in English.

DOCUMENT & COUNTRY'S NAME
 
PASSPORT
PASSEPORT

UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND
ROYAUME-UNI DE GRANDE-BRETAGNE ET D'IRLANDE DU NORD

NATIONALITY
 
British Subject: Citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies.

FRONT COVER (INTERIOR) REQUEST
 
Her Britannic Majesty's
Principal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
Requests and requires in the Name of Her Majesty all those whom it may concern to allow the bearer to pass freely without let or hindrance, and to afford the bearer such assistance and protection as may be necessary.

PERMITTED / ENDORSED COUNTRIES
 
Valid for all part of the Commonwealth and for all Foreign Countries.

OBSERVATIONS

Empty.

FOREIGN EXCHANGE FOR TRAVELLING EXPENSES

Page 31 : Basic Allowance
 
FOREIGN EXCHANGE
FOR TRAVELLING EXPENSES
BASIC ALLOWANCE


No entries to be made on this page except by a Bank or Travel Agency in the United Kingdom.

EXCHANGE CONTROL ACT, 1947.
H.M. Treasury remind travellers that the basic travel allowance is issued subject to a condition that it shall be used only for their own personal expenditure abroad. Any unused foreign currency should be offered for re-sale to the traveller's bank or travel agency and any unused travellers cheque, etc., should be encashed.
 
Date Amount issued of refunded (Sterling equivalent to nearest £1) Stamp of Bank or Travel Agent issuing exchange



 
   

 

Page 32 : Special Allotment
 
FOREIGN EXCHANGE
FOR TRAVELLING EXPENSES
SPECIAL ALLOTMENT


No entries to be made on this page except by a Bank or Travel Agency in the United Kingdom.
 
Date Serial Number of Exchange Control Application Forms Amount issued (Sterling equivalent to £1) Stamp of Bank or Travel Agent issuing exchange



 
     

 

BACK COVER (INTERIOR) NOTES & REGULATIONS
 
N O T E S

1. British passports are issued and renewed by the competent authorities in the United Kingdom, Channel Islands and Colonies, by Her Majesty’s Diplomatic and Consular Officers in foreign countries and by British High Commissioners in Commonwealth countries. Passports should not be sent from one country to another by post.

2. They are available for five years in the first instance, unless otherwise stated, and may be renewed for a further period of five years from the date of expiry. The fee for the five-year renewal is £1. They are not available beyond ten years from the original date of issue. If at any time the passport contains no further space for visas, a new passport must be obtained.

3. The possession of a passport does not exempt the holder from compliance with any immigration regulations in force in any territory or from the necessity of obtaining a visa or permit where required. Passports endorsed as valid for the Commonwealth are available for travel to territory under British protection or trusteeship. It should however be noted, in this connexion, that the majority of British territories overseas have immigration restrictions applicable to British subjects as well as aliens.

4. A passport including particulars of the holder’s wife is not available for the wife’s use when she is travelling alone.

5. Children who have reached the age of sixteen years require separate passports.
 
Registration at Her Majesty’s Consulates in Foreign Countries

British nationals resident in foreign countries who are entitled to the protection of the United Kingdom authorities should at the earliest opportunity register their names and addresses at the nearest British Consulate. Failure to do so may in a period of emergency result in difficulty or delay in according them assistance and protection. Registration should be renewed annually, preferably in January. Changes of address or departure from the country should also be notified to the Consulate.

Persons naturalised in the United Kingdom and Colonies should, in addition, register annually before June 1, by signing a declaration in the prescribed form, their intention to retain citizenship of the United Kingdom and Colonies. Failure to do so may render them liable, in certain circumstances, to deprivation of citizenship.
 
Dual Nationality

Persons born in foreign countries of British fathers, or born in the United Kingdom or Colonies of foreign parents, women married to aliens, women who acquired British nationality on marriage or by registration and naturalised persons may possess a foreign nationality in addition to British nationality.

When in the country of their second nationality such persons cannot avail themselves of the protection of Her Majesty’s representatives against the authorities of the foreign country, and are not exempt, by reason of possessing British nationality, from any obligation (such as military service) to which they may be liable under the foreign law.
 
Caution

This passport remains the property of Her Majesty’s Government in the United Kingdom and may be withdrawn at any time.

It is a valuable document and should not be altered in any way or allowed to pass into the possession of an unauthorised person. If lost or destroyed, the fact and circumstances should be immediately reported to the Passport Office, Clive House, Petty France, London, S.W.1, or to the nearest British Consulate, British High Commission or Colonial authority and to the local police. New passports can only be issued in such cases after exhaustive enquiries.


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