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Tongan passport

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Tongan passport

Tongan passport
The front cover of a Tongan passport.
Issued by  Tonga
Type of document Passport
Purpose Identification
Eligibility requirements Tongan citizenship

The Tongan Passport is an international travel document that is issued to Tongan citizens.

Tongan Protected Person passport

Tongan Protected Person passports are sold by the Government of Tonga to anyone who is not a Tongan citizen.[1] Tongan Protected Person passport holders cannot enter or settle in Tonga on this passport. Generally, those holders are refugees, stateless persons, and individuals who for political reasons do not have access to any other passport-issuing authority.

Some countries do not recognize the Tongan Protected Person passport as a legitimate travel document, and refuse entry to anyone attempting to enter on this passport.[2][3][4]


  1. ^ In the Court of the King of Tonga
  2. ^ EU Regulation
  3. ^ Unacceptable travel documents

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