A Passport is a document issued by a Country’s government to its natives that confirms the identity and nationality of the holder with the purpose of worldwide travel.
Passports are little booklets that ordinarily contain the carrier’s name, place of birth, date of birth, the date of issue, date of expiry, international ID number, photograph and mark. There are a few sorts of Passports relying upon the status of the carrier in their home country.
Passport Design and Pages:
The newly designed passport has a protective coating on the outer blue cover, which acts to protect it against water damage and more. The book is then less likely to warp or bend. It also contains fewer pages than previous U.S. passports, which is disappointing for the frequent travelers among us.
The lower page count is particularly problematic because, since January 1, 2016, Americans can no longer add extra pages to their passport. Instead, you will have to apply for a new passport whenever your current one is full. Unfortunately, new passports are more expensive than adding extra pages, so this works out to be more expensive for those who travel frequently.