British Passport

British Passport

British passports may be issued to people holding any of the various forms of British nationality, and are used as evidence of the bearer's nationality and immigration status within the United Kingdom or the issuing state/territory.

Read more about British Passport:  Issuing, History, Physical Appearance, Endorsements, Next Generation Biometric Passports and National Identity Registration, Fees, Number of Passports and Space For Stamps, Expired Passports, Vulnerabilities

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British Passport - Vulnerabilities
... to The Guardian, the information contained on a biometric passport can be viewed using readily available hardware and software ... with the password as a combination of information written on the passport, so that anyone with access to the passport will be able to read the chip ... The passport is also vulnerable to brute force attacks ...
Indian Nationality Law - British Nationality and India
... British Commonwealth citizenship Commonwealth nationality laws British (history) Australian Bangladeshi Barbadian Canadian (history) Cypriot Ghanaian ... See British nationality law ... and 25 January 1950, Indians remained British subjects without citizenship unless they had already acquired citizenship of the UK Colonies or another Commonwealth country ...
Steven Vajda - Vignettes
... to the USA and he was, of course, using his new British passport, after several years without proper travel documents ... Entering Canada with a British passport was no problem, but when he returned to the US, the border control officer looked at him unsympathetically, took his passport into his sentry box and thumbed ... voice, “Do you know what I’m going to do with your passport?” Steven, visions of a seized passport and internment flashing before him, offered ...

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