Soviet-Era Dissident's Passport Renewal Efforts Mired in Red Tape

Soviet-Era Dissident's Passport Renewal Efforts Mired in Red Tape
Russian consular officials have claimed that the refusal to issue a new passport to Soviet-era dissident Vladimir Bukovsky was based on procedural issues, countering the activist's earlier claims that the delay was politically motivated, Kommersant …
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Iceland's Naming Laws Prevented a 10-Year-Old From Getting a Passport
Harriet and her brother have travelled under passports with the names Stúlka and Drengur Cardew. But when Harriet needed to renew her passport, the government refused, on the grounds that she needed to have an Icelandic name. Cardew got an …
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