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United States of America : International Passport (1975 — 1980) 5-Year Validity

INTRODUCTION

USA passport is valid up to a maximum 5 years from date of issue. It was issued in New York.

Holder has dual-nationality: US citizen and Israeli.

On page 2, handstamped CANCELLED NEW APPLICATION AUG 18 1980.

PHYSICAL OBSERVATIONS
 
Predominant Colour Cover: Green
Pages: Soft-greenish & Soft-bluish
Perforations Needle perforations at top of pages, from front cover until middle page.
 
Page Description
Front Cover Document's Name
PASSPORT

Coat-of-Arms

Country's Name
United States of America

Golden hot foil stamping.
Front Cover - Interior Side Holder's Address in the USA
Holder's Foreign Address
Emergency Contact & Address in the USA

Notice
Page 1 Diplomatic Request Page
Page 2 Passport Holder's Information
Passport Holder's Signature
Page 3 Passport Holder's Photo
Page 4 Travel Restriction
Page 5 Extension, Amendments, Limitations & Restrictions
Page 8 to 19 Visas
Page 20 & Back Cover - Interior Side / Endpaper Notes & Regulations

DIPLOMATIC REQUEST PAGE
 
The Secretary of State of the United States of America hereby requests all whom it may concern to permit the citizen(s) of the United States named herein to pass without delay or hindrance and in case of need to give said citizen(s) all lawful aid and protection. 

GEOGRAPHICAL RESTRICTION / PERMITTED COUNTRIES
 
U.S. courts have interpreted U.S. law in effect on the date this passport is issued as not restricting the travel of a U.S. citizen to any foreign country or area.

However, the use of a U.S. passport for travel into or through any of the following areas is authorized only when specifically validated for such travel by the Department of State:
 
CUBA
NORTH KOREA
NORTH VIET-NAM

You should consult a passport agency or an American consular office to determine whether any changes have been made in the above list.

This passport must not be used by any person other than the person whom issued or in violation of the conditions or restrictions placed therein or in violation of the rules regulating of the issuance of passports. Any willful violations of these laws and regulations will subject the offender to prosecution under Title 18, United States Code, Section 1544.