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WHY a diplomatic passport?

  • Your passport is stolen, you need to travel next week, and you do not have time to wait for the usual bureaucracy to issue a new passport.

  • The passport that you hold means that you have to apply for a visa each time you travel to a regular destination, implying limitation and hassle.

  • You have a key meeting to attend abroad, but your passport is expiring, and you may be refused entry into a foreign country.

  • Equally, your present passport has to be renewed or extended more frequently than every 10 years.

  • Your present passport could be renounced or cancelled by your Government or its authorized representatives at any time.

  • Your current passport may implicate you for taxation on your worldwide income.

  • Your passport subjects you to currency controls when traveling abroad.

  • Your passport restricts your ability to invest in a certain country.

  • The current passport interferes with your ability to borrow money from a country abroad.

  • The held passport may be politically undesirable, thus causing you emotional distress at a foreign port of entry.

  • Can give you a sense of freedom like virtually nothing else

  • Your state is politically unstable.

  • You want to change the address of your permanent residency.

  • You want to insure your family against unforeseeable misfortunes.

  • A war breaks out and you, by virtue of your passport, are on the wrong side of the fence…think back to the 1940s….

  • Your current passport may obligate you to serve a ‘military service’.
  • Your current passport implies:
    • control and loss of personal freedom by the relevant government:

    • makes you a target for terrorists.

    • allows your Government to control, limit and register your traveling

    • causes a negative attitude towards you when your current nationality is not ‘in vogue’

    • Forces you and also your family members to serve in an army you may or may not support

    • Limits your freedom of traveling

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