Kanat’an World Passport
The 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.
To include the Peoples of the Salmon 3”x3.5” “Special Label” on page 6 with PotS signatures and seals, follow instructions below. PotS Sovran ID Card required.
Include Peoples of the Salmon 3”x3.5” “PotS Special Label” on page 6 of your World Passport, with your ID#, PotS signatures and seals.
- At checkout you receive instructions to follow and a weblink to WSA’s online application form (tip: print our instructions and then bookmark their application page).
- Login to your member account to Download your PotS Special Label.
- As you fill in the application form at World Service Authority, where it says “special documents” is where you upload PotS Special Label to request on page 6 of your passport (they will email you a method of payment for $30 US).
The rest of the costs of your WSA World Passport vary depending on terms and shipping:
|World Passport – 3 years||$75 US||$25||$50 US||$10-35 US|
|World Passport – 5 years||$100 US||$25||$50 US||$10-35 US|
|World Passport – 10 years||$125 US||$25||$50 US||$10-35 US|
|World Passport Passport – 15 years||$500 US||$25||$50 US||$10-35 US|
Shipping is between $10 to $35 US, depending on time.
You can pay an additional $50 US for 30-day turnaround.
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)