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United States of America : Passport (1982 — 1987)

Regular issue, dark-blue cover American passport, prior to August 2007. It has 24 pages.

Issuable to all citizens and non-citizen nationals. Periods of validity: for those age 16 or over, generally ten years from the date of issue; for those 15 and younger, generally five years from the date of issue.

Passport was issued in New Orleans.

Predominant Colour Cover: Blue
Pages: Soft-greenish & Soft-bluish
Perforations Needle perforations at top of pages, from front cover until page 5.
Page Description
Front Cover Document's Name


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

Page 1 Diplomatic Request Page
Page 2 Passport Holder's Information
Passport Holder's Signature
Page 3 Passport Holder's Photo
Page 4 Notice
Issuing Authority
Page 5 Amendments & Endorsements
Page 8 to 23 Visas
Page 24 & Back Cover - Interior Side / Endpaper Important & General Information


The document was printed in English and French.

The Secretary of State of the United States of America hereby requests all whom it may concern to permit the citizen(s) / national(s) of the United States named herein to pass without delay or hindrance and in case of need to give all lawful aid and protection.
Le Secrétaire d’Etat des Etats-Unis d’Amérique prie par les présentes toutes les autorités compétentes d’autoriser l’entrée du (des) ressortissant(s) des Etats-Unis nommé(s) dans les présentes, sans délai ni diflîculté et, en cas de besoin, d’accorder audit (auxdits) ressortissant(s) toute aide et toute protection légitimes.

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


LOSS, THEFT OR DESTRUCTION OF PASSPORT should be reported immediately to local police authorities and to the Passport Services, Washington, D.C. 20520, or, if overseas, to the nearest American embassy or consulate. Your passport is a valuable citizenship and identity document. It should be carefully safeguarded. Its loss could cause you unnecessary travel complications as well as significant expense.

ALTERATION OR MUTILATION OF PASSPORT. This passport must not be altered or mutilated in any way. Alteration may make it INVALID and, if willful, may subject you to prosecution (Title 18. U.S. Code, Section 1543). Only authorized officials of the United States or of foreign countries, in connection with official matters, may place stamps or make statements, notations or additions in this passport. You must not alter any dates or make any changes in your description, on the photograph, or on any other page of this passport. You are permitted, however, to amend or update personal information for your own convenience on the inside front cover.

EXPIRATION. The expiration date is given on page two.

LOSS OF NATIONALITY. You may lose your U.S. nationality by being naturalized in, or by taking an oath or making a declaration of allegiance to, a foreign state; or by serving in the armed forces or accepting employment under the government of a foreign state; or by making a formal renunciation of nationality either in the United States or before a diplomatic or consular officer of the United States while abroad. For detailed information, consult the nearest American embassy or consulate.

DUAL NATIONALS. A person is considered a dual national when he owes allegiance to more than one country at the same time. A claim to allegiance may be based on facts of birth, marriage, parentage or naturalization. A dual national may, while in the jurisdiction of the other country which considers him its national, be subject to all of its laws, including being conscripted for military service. Dual nationals who encounter problems should contact the nearest American consular office.

WHEN TRAVELING IN DISTURBED AREAS you should keep in touch with the nearest American consular office.

IF YOU RESIDE ABROAD or when traveling to remote areas you should register at the nearest American embassy or consulate.

IMMUNIZATION. Under the International Health Regulations, a country may require International Certificates of Vaccination against Yellow Fever and Cholera. Because smallpox has been eradicated, smallpox vaccination should NOT be given. Check with health care providers or your records to ensure measles, mumps, rubella, polio, diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis immunizations are up to date. Prophylactic medication for malaria and certain other preventive measures are advisable for some travelers. NO immunizations are required to return to the United States. Pertinent information is included in "Health Information for International Travel," U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402 or may be obtained from your local health department or physician.

HEALTH INSURANCE. Persons considering foreign travel should determine what health insurance coverage, if any, they have while outside the United States. Medicare does not cover health care costs outside the United States except under limited circumstances in Canada and Mexico.

CUSTOMS SERVICE. The pamphlet, "Know Before You Go," gives you current pertinent information about Customs requirements, and how they apply to articles acquired abroad. Obtain a copy from your nearest Customs Office or from the U.S. Customs Service, PO. Box 7407, Washington, D.C. 20044. The transportation of currency or bearer instrument, regardless of the amount, is legal; however, if you take out of or bring into the United States more than $5,000 (U.S. or foreign currency, travelers checks, money orders, or other bearer monetary instruments), you are required by U.S. law to file a report with the U.S. Customs Service.

TREASURY. The unlicensed purchase or importation of Cuban, North Korean, Vietnamese, or Cambodian goods is prohibited except for goods with a foreign market value of $100 or less imported as accompanied baggage directly from those countries. Certain transactions involving travel to Cuba are prohibited. For more information, contact the Office of Foreign Assets Control, Treasury Department, Washington, D.C. 20220.

AGRICULTURE. Your reentry into the United States will be speeded if you bring with you NO foreign meat, other animal products, birds, animals, fruits, vegetables, plants, soil, or other agricultural items. It is unlawful to import foreign agricultural items without permission since they may carry destructive plant or animal pests and diseases. For specific information, write "Quarantines," PPQ, APHIS, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 6505 Belcrest Road, Hyattsville, Maryland 20782.