Carrying a World Passport enables you to identify yourself as a human being with innate and unalienable rights. It is a powerful tool to claim your birthrights as a world citizen. In addition to being a symbol of our connection to humanity and the Earth, the passport provides a tangible way to educate others about our human rights as citizens of the world.
Over the years, border guards, immigration officers, consulates, and embassies from more than 95% of all nations have placed entry, exit, and visa stamps in the World Passport.
Nevertheless, the World Passport is not an assured travel document. Acceptance is arbitrary; one border guard may accept it, and another from the same country may deny it -- just as they deny entry to many holders of national passports.
Garry Davis, WSA's Founder, frequently told people that you become a human rights activist and educator when you carry the World Passport as a tool for claiming your human rights.
"When you carry the World Passport," WSA's President and Chief Attorney David Gallup states, "It is possible that your rights could be arbitrarily violated. You could be harassed; you could be detained. Even your passport could be confiscated. That is why the World Service Authority has a Legal Advocacy Department that can review your report of those violations and demand redress."
Although the World Passport has been recognized by most countries previously, there is NO guarantee that it or the other identification documents issued by the WSA will be recognized now or in your particular circumstances. A visa is generally required prior to travel; without a visa already stamped in your passport, the airline, the airport, the immigration, or the border officials could arbitrarily, subjectively, and discriminatorily violate your rights. The wealthiest countries, especially those in North America and Western Europe, are the most restrictive and may reject your claim of your right to travel, in violation of their human rights obligations. Because the fees are used for the processing and issuing services that the WSA provides, once the documents are issued, the fees are non-refundable.
World peace and justice are possible when we identify ourselves as world citizens and recognize humanity as our family and the Earth as our home.
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