Passport Cover Choice
World Passport Cover World Government Cover
The mandate for the WORLD PASSPORT is Article 13(2) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights:
Everyone has the right to leave any country, including one's own, and to return to one's country.
NOTICE TO ALL WORLD PASSPORT APPLICANTS:
You now have the choice of two covers for the World Passport.
1)"World Passport" (in 7 languages) or
2)"World Government Passport" ("Passport" beneath in 7 languages)
(The globe remains the same in both editions)
While the choice is yours, WSA recommends that all registered World Citizens obtain number 2.
The passport states on the first data page that the Issuing Authority is the World Government of World Citizens.
If queried by a national official as to how and why you possess a "World Government passport," the logical reply is that you are a registered citizen of the World Government (which you can prove by showing your World Citizen Card).
Your fundamental political right to choose your own allegiance is the essence of democracy as provided by Article 21(3) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which states: "The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government."
As to the legitimacy of the World Government and your claim to be its citizen, your right of political choice is further affirmed by Article 15(2) of the UDHR which states: "No one shall be deprived of his nationality nor denied the right to change his nationality (i.e., citizenship)." You have the right to choose your own political allegiance, in this case, to affirm your world citizenship status (as a citizen of the World Citizen Government).
In essence, your sovereignty as a human being is complemented by a declared government of your peers of over a half century's existence (longer, incidentally, than many national governments).
Return to the World Government Documents.