World Passport

The World Passport is a document issued by the World Service Authority, a non-profit organization founded by Garry Davis in 1954, citing Article 13, Section 2, of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Read more about World Passport:  Appearance and Issuance Fees, As A Travel Document, As An Identity Document, As A Political Statement, Counterfeits and Fraudulent Issuance, List of World Passport Holders, See Also

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Garry Davis - Renunciation of US Citizenship
... Army during the Second World War as a B-17 bomber pilot, he renounced his American citizenship in Paris in 1948 to become a "citizen of the world". 1948 calling for "one government for one world" ... He founded the International Registry of World Citizens in Paris in January 1949 which registered over 750,000 individuals ...

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