On the front cover, a representation of the Great Seal of the United States is at the center. “PASSPORT” (in all capital letters) appears above the representation of the Great Seal, and “United States of America” appears below (in Garamond italic on non-biometric passports, and Minion italic on post-biometric passports).
An official passport has “OFFICIAL” (in all capital letters) above “PASSPORT”. The capital letters of “OFFICIAL” are somewhat smaller than the capital letters of “PASSPORT”.
A diplomatic passport has “DIPLOMATIC” (in all capital letters) above “PASSPORT”. The capital letters of “DIPLOMATIC” are somewhat smaller than the capital letters of “PASSPORT”.
A Travel Document, in both forms (Refugee Travel Document and Permit to Re-Enter), features the seal of the Department of Homeland Security instead of the Great Seal of the United States. Above the seal the words “TRAVEL DOCUMENT” appears in all capital letters. Below the seal is the legend “Issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services” in upper and lower case.
USA – United States • United States of America •
A – Passport
O – ordinary document
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Travel document issued to nationals of: USA – United States • United States of America •
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