Namibian passport

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Namibian passport
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Contemporary ordinary Namibian biometric passport (since January 2018)
Type Passport
Issued byFlag of Namibia.svg  Namibia
PurposeIdentification
Eligibility Namibian citizenship
Expiration10 years after issuance [1]
CostN$200 [2]

Namibian passports are issued to citizens of Namibia to travel internationally. Namibian passports are biometric passports as of January 2018. Passports issued prior to this day are still valid until expired.

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Namibian passports are green, with the national coat of arms emblazoned on the front cover. "REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA" is inscribed above the coat of arms and "PASSPORT" is inscribed below. The "Biometric" logo also appears above "PASSPORT". All information in the passport is printed in English with the photo page also translated into French.

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visa-free & visa-on-arrival countries for holders of the Namibian passport

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References

  1. "Namibian passports validity period to be increased to 10 years". Namibian.
  2. http://www.mha.gov.na/passports