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Fewer Australians have their passports cancelled on national security grounds

The number of Australians to have had their passports cancelled on national security grounds has plummeted, possibly because the security agencies have successfully targeted many of the potential thre

Australian passport offers new gender option – “indeterminate”

In a move the Australian government hopes will help remove discrimination against intersex or transgender people, the country's passports will now offer three options: male, female and indeterminate,

Leader in UK passport services now in Houston

HOUSTON, Texas - Industry-leading passport and visa service, Travel Document Systems, Inc., announced today that their Houston division will specialize in providing expert passport services to the Bri

Travelers should expect major delays for business travel visas to Pakistan

WASHINGTON, DC - Travel Document Systems, Inc., a Washington, DC-based industry leader in the expedited visa and passport industry, today announced that there is a substantial delay in processing for

State Department not aware that it could deny passports to sex...

The State Department did not know until this year that it has the authority -- signed into law by President Bush in December 2008 -- to deny passports to people convicted of crimes relating to the sex

Travel is about to become more expensive courtesy of Uncle Sam

The cost of travel, an industry that has been impacted in a negative way by fuel prices in recent years, will take a hit from Uncle Sam on Tuesday.

East African Community clarifies on passports

Following reports that immigration officials, in particular in one country of the

East African Community passports to be upgraded

The issue of new passports for citizens of the

Tourists with new faces face problems upon return

A group of Chinese women who travelled to South Korea for cosmetic surgery baffled immigration officers on their return home when their new looks did not match their passport photos.

US tourists likely to stay home due to passport rule

Tourist-related businesses expect a quieter summer, especially along the Canada-U.S. border with the new passport rule.

Investigator uses phony documents to get passports

WASHINGTON – Using phony documents and the identities of a dead man and a 5-year-old boy, a government investigator obtained U.S. passports in a test of post-9/11 security.

3000 blank British passports hijacked

LONDON - Hijackers made off with boxes of blank British passports worth a fortune on the black market in a raid on a delivery van, police said Tuesday, in the latest blow to the government's record on