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Nicaraguan passport

Nicaraguan passport
Issued by  Nicaragua
Type of document Passport
Purpose Identification
Eligibility requirements Nicaraguan citizenship

The Nicaraguan passport is issued to citizens of Nicaragua for international travel. According to the 2010 Visa Restricitions Index Nicaraguan passport holders enjoy visa-free visits to 101 countries; mostly in Europe, Africa and Asia.

The current Nicaraguan passport has 89 security features, including bidimensional

  • Council regulation 539/2001 [1]
  • Council regulation 1932/2006 [2]
  • Council regulation 539/2001 consolidated version, 19.1.2007 [3]
  • List of nationals who do need a visa to visit the UK [4].
  • List of countries whose passport holders do not require visas to enter Ireland [5].
  1. ^ A brief history of the passport


See also

Picture of two passport documents.
Dual citizenship means persons can travel with two passports. Nicaragua and the Nicaraguan passport and the United States United States Passport permits dual citizenship.

The previous cover of a Nicaraguan passports prior to the new one issued.


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