Kanat’an World Passport
Kanat’an : Sacred Land World Passport is a WSA 30 page Machine Readable Travel Document (MRTD*) with alphanumeric code line, scanned-in passport photo and “ghost” image, security paper with embedded logo, data page laminated with hologram, available in 7 languages: English, French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Chinese and Esperanto. Follow instructions below on how to include Peoples of the Salmon 3”x3.5” “Special Label” on page 6 (includes your PotS Sovran ID Number, PotS signatures and seals and your unique QR Code to access Kanat’an Authorization Process).
PotS Sovran ID Card is required.
Follow instructions! Print out this powerhouse of how to include Peoples of the Salmon 3”x3.5” “PotS Special Label” on page 6 of your World Passport (and more), which displays your:
- PotS Sovran ID Number;
- PotS signatures and seals;
- Unique QR Code to access Kanat’an Authorization Process.
- Login to the Hub. “Edit Profile” to populate your Sovran ID Card (this will fill in your PotS Special Label too). Use the sample ID Card provided to proof your work.
- Download ID Card from Hub. Print. Autograph. Add red Fingermarks. (no purchase necessary)
- Scan ID Card and save as PDF to upload to WSA. Request they add to diplomat pages.
- Purchase PotS Special Label. Go through checkout to receive instructions, and a weblink to WSA’s online application form (bookmark page).
- Download PotS Special Label to your device.
- Add $1-2 stamp and red fingermark, scan it and save as PDF (PotS-Special-Label_wsa) to upload to WSA application form. Request they add to Page 6.
- As you fill in the application form at World Service Authority, make note that all your domestic addresses (ID Card, Passport, etc.) should be the same. They will have places to upload:
- Your Photo
- Where it says “special documents”, upload your scanned update of PotS Special Label and request it be placed on page 6 of passport (they email you method of payment for about $30 US).
- Upload your scanned update of Sovran ID Card (with autograph, fingermarks) to request it be placed on diplomat pages (may include a fee).
The rest of the costs of your WSA World Passport vary depending on terms and shipping:
|World Passport – 3 years||$75 US||$30 US||$50 US*||$10-35 US|
|World Passport – 5 years||$100 US||$30 US||$50 US*||$10-35 US|
|World Passport – 10 years||$125 US||$30 US||$50 US*||$10-35 US|
|World Passport Passport – 15 years||$500 US||$30 US||$50 US*||$10-35 US|
Pay an additional $50 US for *30-day turnaround. Shipping is between $10 to $35 US.
World Citizenship is the recognition that our rights and duties extend to humanity and to the Earth as our planetary home. As world citizens, we carry our rights and duties with us wherever we are, and we know that the world we share already unites us.
The mandate for the World Passport is based on Article 6 and Article 13(2) Article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights:
“Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law.” (Art. 6)
“Everyone has the right to leave any country, including one’s own, and to return to one’s country.” (Art. 13.2)
The cover is blue with gold lettering. Each passport is numbered. Each page-background has the World Citizen logo. Pages 6-7 are reserved for affiliate identifications: diplomatic corps, organizations, firms, etc. 19 visa pages. Inside top back cover: put your Domicile address (be consistent to match all instruments including foreign address where name trust is established), next of kin, doctor, employer, driver license no., (recommend also getting a WSA *exit visa no., and *residency permit no.), and any additional national or international passport-identity numbers.
World Passport is designed to conform to nation-state requirements for travel documents. It does not indicate the nationality of its bearer, only their birthplace. It is a neutral, apolitical document of identity and potential travel document.
A passport gains credibility with its acceptance by authorities other than the issuing agent. The World Passport in this respect has a track record of over 65 years of acceptance. Currently, more than 185 countries have visaed it on a case-by-case basis. In short, the World Passport represents the one world we all live in. Everyone has the right to move freely in their natural birthplace, the Earth.
Contact WSA to find out more about how to use your passport (202) 638-2662; Fax: (202) 638-0638; firstname.lastname@example.org