The World Passport is a document issued by the activist group World Service Authority, in recognition of an individual's world citizenship and his commitment to a "One World" ethos. Accepted as valid travel documentation at customs in a few countries, including Ecuador, Togo and Tanzania, the World Passport is a symbol of your commitment to the ethos and demonstrates a heightened awareness of your global responsibility.
Download and print a passport application form from http://www.worldgovernment.org/docpapp.html.
Complete the fields with your personal details as requested on the application form.
Sign the Attestation part of the application, which provides information on the official scope of the passport.
Send your completed application form, four passport photos and a check drawn on a U.S. bank in the amount of the passport fee (around £29 in 2010) to the World Service Authority, World Office, 1012 14th Street, N.W., Suite 205, Washington, D.C. 20005.
Always carry your regular passport alongside your World Passport to make sure you are able to pass customs in your destination company. While the three-year passport option costs £29 in late 2010, there is also a five-year passport that costs £48.
Remember that the World Passport may not be accepted as valid travel documentation in the country you are travelling to. Certain countries do not accept the World Passport. They include the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and Germany. Don't rely on a World Passport as your sole travel documentation, even if you are travelling to a country known to accept the World Passport.