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What Is a White Passport?

Most commonly, the term white passport refers to a permit allowing immigrant residents of the United States to reenter the country after extended travel abroad. Application for this permit is, essentially, a statement that, while a person may be absent for a long period of time, he or she wishes to continue to live in the U.S. When taken literally, however, a white passport can actually refer to a passport with a white cover. These rare documents may be issued by some countries for very specific types of travel purposes.
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