e-passport


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e-passport

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a passport with an embedded microchip carrying information about the holder
[C20: from e-2 + passport]
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There is currently no backlog in e-passport processing.
During the joint inquiry of the House of Representatives' good government and foreign affairs committees, Yasay also noted that Ugec was not a party to the memorandum of agreement between the DFA and APO for the 10-year e-passport printing project.
Each e-Passport contains a smart chip, which stores traveler information, signed with a digital signature.
The e-passport is considered to be more secure and more difficult to alter.
After the e-passport debacle, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) appointed Chen Chun-shen as the new director-general of the Bureau of Consular Affairs (BOCA), who took office on January 29.
The new e-passport database is enhanced with an Automated Fingerprint Verification System to minimise fraud, identity theft, forgery and passport skimming.
Summary: Number of daily applicants shoot up in Dubai as Filipinos try to get their hands on the new e-passport
ISLAMABAD -- Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal Wednesday said introduction of E-passport system would boost the country's credibility international level.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Sept 7 (ANI): The Gemalto on Thursday announced that its advanced e-passport technologies will be used in over 30 different countries, facilitating more convenience to border crossings, strengthen homeland protection and improve travelling experience.
Nationals need to fill a form and pre-register at Japanese embassies, consulates-general or consular offices in any country with their e-passport.
e-passport technology has been ranked as the fastest read technology in its
Get with Program Anyone travelling to the USA under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP) also needs to have a valid e-Passport along with an ESTA.