One Person, One Passport
“The European Union’s decision to issue biometric passports to its more than 500 million citizens makes travel between the 27 member states easier. The high-tech “ePassport,” or Passport 10, includes a microchip that can store the bearer’s passport number, photograph, fingerprint, digital signature and retinal scan, if collected. The EU said its “one-person, one-passport” policy will also help combat terrorism, illegal immigration and human trafficking...”
Excerpt from per Concordiam Staff, “One Person, One Passport,” per Concordiam: Journal of European Security Defense Issues 1, No. 3, 2010: 54-55.
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