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Kazakh passport

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Kazakh passport

Kazakhstani passports are issued to citizens of the Republic of Kazakhstan to facilitate international travel. Within the Republic of Kazakhstan citizens are required to use internal identification card which can also be used for travel to Russian Federation, Kyrgyzstan and Azerbaijan. The Kazakhstani Ministry of Justice started issuing biometric passports on January 5, 2009. [1]

Old (non-biometric) passport cover

Physical Appearance

Kazakh passports have light blue colour cover with the words “ПАСПОРТ” (Kazakh) and “PASSPORT” (English) at the bottom with the Republic of Kazakhstan coat of arms in the middle of the front cover. Passport contains 30 visa pages, the data/information page and observations page. The first page contains inscription in three languages as follows:

Паспорт Қазақстан Республикасының меншiгi болып табылады, ал оның иесi Қазақстан Республикасының қорғауында болады – in Kazakh

Паспорт является собственностью Республики Казахстан, а его владелец находится под защитой Республики Казахстан – in Russian

This passport is the property of the Republic of Kazakhstan and its owner is under protection of the Republic of Kazakhstan – in English

Old (non-biometric) passport's page number 1

Identity Information Page

A Kazakhstani Passport includes the following data:

  • Photo of the passport bearer
  • Type
  • Code (KAZ)
  • Passport No.
  • 1 Surname
  • 2 Given Names
  • 3 Nationality
  • 4 Date of Birth
  • 5 Place of birth
  • 6 Sex
  • 8 Date of Issue
  • 9 Date of Expiry
  • 10 Issuing Authority

The information page ends with a machine readable zone.


The data page/information page is printed in Kazakh, Russian and English.

New biometric passports contain information in Kazakh and English only.

See also


  1. ^ [1]
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