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Turkmen passport

Turkmen passport
The front cover of a contemporary Turkmen biometric passport.
Date first issued July 2008
Issued by  Turkmenistan
Type of document Passport
Purpose Identification
Eligibility requirements Turkmen citizenship

A Turkmen passport is issued to the citizens of ICAO compliant biometric passport. Current passports of Turkmen citizens are valid for travel abroad until the apply for new passports. In April 2013 approved the new samples and descriptions of the biometric passport of the citizen of Turkmenistan, with a lot of protection and the increased volume of electronic chips, high-quality manufacturing.[1] Previously issued passport of the citizen of Turkmenistan, kept in force until the expiration of.[2] Issued by the State Migration Service of Turkmenistan.


Passport dark green color, with the inscription «Turkmenistan» (Turkmen: Türkmenistan) and «Passport» () in Turkmen and English languages. In the center of the gold-embossed suffered Coat of arms of Turkmenistan. The passport is produced in Turkmen and English languages.

See also


  1. ^ approves new samples and descriptions of the biometric passport of Turkmenistan
  2. ^ Chronicle

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