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Question 1: They conform with recommended standards (i.e., size, composition, layout, technology) of the ________ (ICAO).
OneworldAirportAir traffic controlInternational Civil Aviation Organization

Question 2: [29] Also, every person born in the former ________ whose father or mother (or both) are or were a citizen is a United States citizen by birth.
Panama Canal RailwayPanama Canal ZoneChagres RiverPanama Canal Authority

Question 3: The ________ held a conference in 1920 concerning passports and through-train travel, and conferences in 1926 and 1927 concerning passports.
United Nations DayParis Peace Conference, 1919League of NationsUnited Nations Trusteeship Council

Question 4: ________ contain RFID (radio-frequency identification) chips.
Biometric passportAlbanian passportUnited States passportHong Kong Special Administrative Region passport

Question 5: Spanish was added during the second Clinton administration, in recognition of Spanish-speaking ________.
United States Virgin IslandsPuerto RicoSan Juan, Puerto RicoUnited States

Question 6: There is a small class of American Samoans, born in ________, including Swains Island, who are nationals but not citizens of the United States, [32] See Passport message, below.
GuamHawaiiAmerican SamoaNorthern Mariana Islands

Question 7: A conference on travel and tourism held by the ________ in 1963 did not result in standardised passports.
Israel, Palestine, and the United NationsUnited Nations High Commissioner for RefugeesUnited Nations Security CouncilUnited Nations

Question 8: English, the ________ national language of the United States, has always been used in U.S.
De factoUnited StatesMoroccoUnited Kingdom

Question 9: visa-free under the ________, must bear machine-readable passports which comply with international standards.
United StatesVisa Waiver ProgramMaltaUnited Kingdom

Question 10: United States law permits ________.
United KingdomEuropean UnionNationality lawMultiple citizenship


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