The current front cover of the Venezuelan biometric passport.
|Date first issued||July 2007 (biometric passport booklet)|
|Type of document||Passport|
|Eligibility requirements||Venezuelan citizenship|
Venezuelan passports are issued to citizens of Venezuela to travel outside the country. Biometric passports have been issued since July 2007, with a RFID chip containing a picture and fingerprints; passports issued earlier remain valid until they expire.
As of 2015[update] passports were 34 pages long and displayed a biometric symbol on the bottom of the cover. The cover is deep blue and shows the name Mercosur followed by "República Bolivariana de Venezuela" on the top.
The holder's personal information is written in a digital format on a plastic card which also bears a machine-readable zone on the bottom, and a picture of the holder on the left.
- List of passports
- Venezuelan nationality law
- Visa requirements for Venezuelan citizens
- Visa policy of Venezuela
- Skyteam.com, Informação de vistos para todas as nacionalidades
- Unless otherwise stated, the data on visa free-travel was taken from the IATA Delta Travel Planner database.
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