Photo identification

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Identification card used in Japan

Photo identification is generally used to define any form of identity document that includes a photograph of the holder.

Some countries - including almost all developed nations with the notable exceptions of the UK and the US - use a single, government issued type of card as a proof of age or citizenship.

The United States do not have such a single type of card. Types of photo ID cards used in the US include:

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