South Sudanese passport

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Not to be confused with Sudanese passport.
South Sudanese passport
Issued by  South Sudan
Type of document Passport
Purpose Identification
Eligibility requirements South Sudanese citizenship

The South Sudanese passport is given to citizens of South Sudan for international travel. The Republic of South Sudan started issuing internationally recognized electronic passports in January 2012. [1] The passports were officially launched by President Salva Kiir Mayardit on 3 January 2012 in a ceremony in the capital city of Juba. [2] The new passport will be valid for five years. [3]

Visa Requirements[edit]

According to the 2012 Visa Restrictions Index, South Sudan´s passport allows its carrier to enter 38 countries around the world without the need of previous visa arrangements. This locates this country´s passport rank 95 in freedom of movement.

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