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  Passport - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A passport is a formal identity document or certification issued by a national government that identifies the holder as a national of a particular state, and requests permission, in the name of the sovereign or government of the issuing country, for the bearer to be permitted to enter and pass through other countries.
Once the passport is expired, in order to get a new passport a person is required to surrender the expired passport, or have a passport office place holes through the cover, negating the effect of the expired passport (used in the United States).
The real rationale is that, in a monarchy, passports are issued in the name of the monarch to her subjects, asking foreign governments to grant the passport holders free passage, assistance, and protection.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Passport   (5421 words)

  
 obst_en   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
The Bulgarian nation was formed as an ethnic nation on the basis of the Bulgarian ethnos in the age of the National Revival (the Bulgarian Renaissance, late 18th and 19th century), proceeding from a religious (Eastern Orthodox) context and developing a modern nationalism.
The Bulgarian Turkic communities are descended from one of the components of the Mediaeval Bulgarian ethnos, formed by the symbiosis of Turkic-speaking Bulgarians and Slavs.
The "Bulgarian nationality" in passports and birth certificates is precisely one of the reasons why ethnic Bulgarians from the former Soviet Union have continued to easily identify as such even after they have lost their language and memory of their origins.
balder.prohosting.com /asen/obst_eng.htm   (8247 words)

  
 Travel to Cuba : Central/South America & The Caribbean Forum - Travellerspoint
My friend is a dual Bulgarian/ American citizen, our plan was to have him enter mexico as a bulgarian (again, does he need a visa?) and then exit mexico as well as enter and exit cuba back to Mexico using that same Bulgarian passport.
The problem i see with this is when we reenter the U.S, his American passport will have no stamp in it to say he entered mexico as he used his bulgarian passport to do that.
But just in case as your passports will not be Americans when landing in Cuba if you see that the Immigration officer is going to stamp your passport, explain to him your peculiar situation as a US resident.
www.travellerspoint.com /forum.cfm?thread=22898   (608 words)

  
 FOREIGN TRAVEL PASSPORTS ACT ; Decree No. 40 of 16 August 1989   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
The forms of foreign travel passports and documents substitutes and the data, to be contained therein, shall be approved by the Minister of The Interior and the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
The foreign travel passport of a Bulgarian citizen or of a person deprived of Bulgarian citizenship shall be returned to the diplomatic or consular office of the PR Bulgaria in the respective country, which shall send it to "Foreign travel Passports" Department of the Ministry of The Interior.
A Bulgarian citizen staying temporarily abroad, whose foreign travel passport is damaged, destroyed or lost, shall return to the country with a travellers' certificate (passavant) issued by the diplomatic or consular office of the PR Bulgaria in the respective country.
www.bild.net /legislation/docs/1/state1.html   (3532 words)

  
 [No title]
Passport of the Dutch citizen should be valid at least 3 months after the expected date of departure from Bulgaria or after the date of expiry of the Bulgarian visa is granted.
Bulgarian immigration authorities may deny admission, if they have sufficient evidence that the foreign person holder of Bulgarian visa intends to enter Bulgaria for purpose other than stated during the application for visa or if he/she tries to enter the country in violation of or with the intention to evade its immigration laws.
Applicant should be aware that by applying for Bulgarian visa his/her presonal data in the application form may be electronically stored, processed and if necessary passed over to the relevant authorities of other countries in accordance to international obligations of the Republic of Bulgaria.
www.embassy-bulgaria.nl /pages/consular/en/files/Eng-1-Visa.htm?l=en&t=domestic   (4253 words)

  
 Passport Services - U.S. Embassy Sofia, Bulgaria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Qualified passport applicants who want to have their passports changed within one year of issuance to show a name change or to have incorrect data corrected may receive replacement passports without charge.
The new passport will be valid for 10 years for an adult, five years for a minor under the age of 16.
Applicants for passport renewal must submit their most recent passport and two recent photographs, 5x5 centimeters, full face, on a plain light background; the length of the head should be not less than 2.5 cm and not more than 3 cm, measured from the top of the head to the tip of the chin.
sofia.usembassy.gov /pass2.html   (890 words)

  
 <Human rights in RoM-Introduction>
This students had declared that they were ethnic Bulgarians (Liuben Topchev, the brother of Stefan Topchev, one of the executed students, today is a political emigrant in USA and as a member of the Macedonian Patriotic Organisation (MPO) is active in supporting the Bulgarian ethnic consciousness in Macedonia [8]).
He was a journalist for the Bulgarian newspaper "Macedonia", an organ of VMRO-SMD and irrespective of his deposition and positions of the newspaper, the fact remains, that he was prevented from corresponding from Macedonia.
The honest attempts made by the chairman of VMRO DPMNE to begin a national reconciliation between the Macedonians with preserved Bulgarian ethnical identity and the Macedonians that have developed a Macedonian ethnical identity, was interpreted by the regime as an act of treason.
members.tripod.com /~HR_Macedonia/hr_en.htm   (7556 words)

  
 Report
Pankov denounced his Macedonian citizenship and acquired a Bulgarian passport as a protest against the violations of his human rights on the part of the Republic of Macedonia.
The passport was confiscated on November 8, 1996.
Both his passports (Macedonian and Bulgarina) were deprived on the order of the Principal Court in Ohrid on Nov. 8, 1996 and a criminal charges have been brought against him for the criminal act #148796 of Art.
www.greekhelsinki.gr /english/reports/bulgarians-of-Macedonia2-98.html   (1388 words)

  
 Bulgarian visa
Under Bulgarian law, an AIDS test is required for all intending immigrants and may be required for foreigners staying longer than a month for purposes of study or work; US test is accepted.
All travelers, except those staying in a private boarding house or hotel, etc., are required to register with the regional passport office or the police within 48 hours after their arrival in Bulgaria.
You must verify travel requirements with the Bulgarian Embassy or at one of their consulates prior to finalizing your travel plans.
www.aneki.com /visa/Bulgarian_visa.html   (132 words)

  
 FastPort Passport
In succeeding centuries, Bulgaria struggled with the Byzantine Empire to assert its place in the Balkans, but by the end of the 14th century the country was overrun by the Ottoman Turks.
The first Bulgarian state was recognized in 681 A.D. and was a mixture of Slavs and Bulgars.
Parliament is responsible for enactment of laws, approval of the budget, scheduling of presidential elections, selection and dismissal of the Prime Minister and other ministers, declaration of war, deployment of troops outside of Bulgaria, and ratification of international treaties and agreements.
www.fastportpassport.com /bulgaria.htm   (769 words)

  
 Passport Express
The Bulgarian authorities do not consider presentation of a copy of one's passport to be sufficient.

In an effort to prevent international child abduction, many governments have initiated procedures at entry/exit points.

Travelers who have with them the equivalent of 20,000 Bulgarian lev or more upon departure must have a permit to export the money issued by the Bulgarian National Bank's headquarters, if they had less than the equivalent of 20,000 Bulgarian lev upon entry in the country.
Although Bulgarian physicians are trained to a very high standard, most hospitals and clinics are generally not equipped or maintained at U.S. or Western European levels.
www.passportexpress.com /default.aspx?page=show_visa&action=Bulgaria   (1715 words)

  
 articles
The case of the non-registration of the Organization of the Macedonian Bulgarians [Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Ohrid] on June 7, 1993 was confirmed by Dr. Zoran Verusevski, PR Assistant at the Macedonian Ministry of the Interior.
Maria Stoimenova of Skopje, considered to be a pro-Bulgaria Macedonian, claims that she was arrested and maltreated by the police on Oct. 6, 1995, as they tried to force her to confess her guilt for the attempted assassination of President Gligorov.
He denounced his Macedonian citizenship and acquired a Bulgarian passport, which was confiscated on November 8, 1996, due to suspicion that it was forged, while Pankov himself was arrested.
www.greekhelsinki.gr /english/articles/sofia-independent-20-2-98.html   (907 words)

  
 Bulgarian Banking News in Brief   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
The banker must have Bulgarian passport, to speak Bulgarian fluently and to have lived in Bulgaria during the last one year.
The bill does not specify whether the requirement will apply to the Bulgarian branches of the foreign banks or only to their affiliate companies, which are registered under the Bulgarian law.
The Bulgarian Government finished negotiations with the World Bank on the programme loan for restructuring PAL for $450 mln, which is intended to fill in the gap in the balance of payments for the period 2003-2005.
www.capital.bg /weekly/02-51/6-51.htm   (466 words)

  
 News from Bulgaria / May 6, 96
Pirinski said Solana was particularly interested in the preparation of a meeting of Balkan foreign ministers to be held in Sofia in a month's time at this country's initiative, and the likelihood for it to be followed by a meeting of defence ministers in the second half of 1996.
Pirinski said this in response to an interpellation by Union of Democratic Forces floor leader Yordan Sokolov on whether obstacles were not being raised to the planned visit of Simeon II to Bulgaria with the delay of the extension of his Bulgarian passport.
The Bulgarian Foreign Minister rejected accusations that the delay in the extension of Simeon II passport was a political commission.
www.hri.org /news/agencies/bta/1996/96-05-06.bta.html   (4002 words)

  
 Strandja
On the semi-final the young Bulgarian beat European champion, but from 54 kg division Agasi Agagologlu (Tur) with a smashful difference 12:2 points.
Bulgarian beats in the semis world champion Utkirbek Haydarow (Uzb) on points 10:4.
The moldovian with Bulgarian passport Dmitrii Usagin (71 kg) take the cup "Stojan Acev" for the most technical boxer.
www.geocities.com /ogii3/Strandja.html   (192 words)

  
 Rasbirate li Bulgarski? - News news
The reasons behind this unprecedented influx of Bulgarian citizens-to-be from the country's neighbour were mainly economic, yet the specific historic relations between the two countries render a political context to this phenomenon too, the Macedonian private TV channel A1 commented.
By getting a Bulgarian passport, a Macedonian will be then able to travel freely around the Schengen countries.
A Bulgarian passport is said to cost between 100 and 300 euro.
www.sofiaecho.com /article/rasbirate-li-bulgarski/id_8876/catid_5   (700 words)

  
 Reality Macedonia : [Macedonian] Holders of Bulgarian Passports Also Required to Serve in Bulgarian Army!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
A large number of Macedonians who in the past 14 years have obtained Bulgarian citizenship, but haven’t served in the Army of the Republic of Macedonia or the former Yugoslav People's Army (JNA), have received summonses from the Bulgarian Army to fulfil their military service there, according to Vreme's diplomatic sources.
It is at that age, in accordance with Bulgarian law, that all male citizens of the country are required to fulfill their military obligation to their homeland.
In the Bulgarian parliament last month, a proposal was put forward or the age limit at which the military can be served, to be reduced from 28 to 26 years of age.
www.realitymacedonia.org.mk /web/news_page.asp?nid=3712   (1540 words)

  
 Medical University Pleven - Official Site   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Enrollment procedures for Bulgarian citizens are available on the web-site (see Bulgarian version).
Every privilege given to Bulgarian students is also given to international students.
A certificate/diploma for completed high (secondary, intermediate) school, translated into one of the internationally recognized languages, attested by the Ministry of Education and by the Ministry of External affairs of the respective country and finaly legalized by the Bulgarian Embassy/Consulate in the country the candidate comes from.
www.vmi-pl.bg /display.php?page=requirements&lng=en   (1098 words)

  
 Intercountry Adoption Bulgaria
The decision to decline is passed by prospective adoptive parents to the MOJ through the accredited adoption agency.
Once the courts rules that custody of the child is given to the adoptive parents, their Bulgarian representative must apply for a new birth certificate.
The visa interview may be scheduled by the adoptive parents or by their Bulgarian representative over the telephone as soon as the child obtains a Bulgarian passport.
travel.state.gov /family/adoption_bulgaria.html   (2492 words)

  
 Edward Papazian - Armeniapedia.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
A prominent Bulgarian journalist, Edward Papazian, who is the sports editor of "24 Hours," the largest daily newspaper in Bulgaria, had flown to Azerbaijan along with Bulgaria's soccer team to cover a friendly match between the two countries.
Upon arrival at the Baku airport, the Bulgarian soccer players and their entourage quickly made it through passport control and were allowed in the country except for one passenger -- Papazian.
The Bulgarian Foreign Ministry subsequently delivered a diplomatic note of protest to the Embassy of Azerbaijan in Sofia.
www.armeniapedia.org /index.php?title=Edward_Papazian   (512 words)

  
 Star: All's well in the Bulgarian camp
The pair, Predrag Pazhin, a Serbian who qualifies for the team by virtue of a Bulgarian passport, and fellow defender Ilian Stoyanov, who was on the bench, stressed there had been no rows or fights after their Group C thrashing in Lisbon.
But that did little to dampen heated speculation among the Bulgarian media at the seaside hotel where those responsible for the reports thronged at a subdued news conference.
Pazhin (31) a widely-travelled stopper who has played in Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Turkey and China, is one of three players in the 23-man squad who can represent the national team through having a Bulgarian passport though he was not born there.
www.thestar.co.za /index.php?fSectionId=133&fArticleId=2115569   (282 words)

  
 News from Bulgaria, 96-10-24
The Embassy reminds all Bulgarian citizens that they can exercise in the US their right to vote in the Bulgarian presidential elections, to be held on the 27th of October.
Sofia, October 23 (BTA) - All Bulgarian nationals abroad with a valid Bulgarian passport, are eligible to vote in the upcoming presidential elections (on October 27).
Their number is expected to be around 25,000 in 56 of the total of 83 countries in which Bulgaria has diplomatic representations.
www.hri.org /news/agencies/bta/1996/96-10-24.bta.html   (2430 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
In February, King Simeon has sent his Bulgarian passport to the Bulgarian embassy in Madrid for renewal (it is due to expire in June).
He still hasn't got his passport back - the official reason being that the current law requires the passport owner's EGN (Unified Civil Number) to be listed on the application.
Simeon might not be able to get his passport on time to visit Bulgaria in May. Commentary: Who cares if you are a king or not as long as your EGN is missing?
www.b-info.com /places/Bulgaria/news/96-04/apr29.scb   (335 words)

  
 Holy Cross Child Placement Agency
The Bulgarian language is Slavic and written in the Cyrillic alphabet.
Children of Bulgarian, Roma and Turkish heritage are available for adoption and typically have an olive complexion, brown eyes, and dark brown or fl hair.
The Bulgarian government requires two trips before a child can be legally adopted; however, an escort can make the second trip in place of the adoptive parent(s).
www.holycrosschild.org /bulgaria.html   (2325 words)

  
 U.S. Consular Section Sofia, Bulgaria - Immigrant Visa Unit - Adoption FAQ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Our staff can contact the Bulgarian authorities to check on the status of a case only if there is an unreasonable delay in the routine procedures.
If you have adopted a Bulgarian child, you or your contact person in Bulgaria must call the Immigrant Visa Unit to verify that the USCIS has sent us your approved I-600A petition or the equivalent approval notice.
If we have receved a USCIS notification and the adoption procedures have been completed by the Bulgarian authorities, we can schedule a visa interview on a space-available basis for a Wednesday or Friday.
www.usembassy.bg /consular/adoptfaq.html   (562 words)

  
 No Appointments Necessary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Provided that no additional administration processing is needed, visa applications will be processed in two to three business days, and then sent out via DHL.
Bulgarian passport holders 80 years of age and older who have never been refused a visa;
Applicants should be prepared to travel to the Embassy for an interview if requested to do so.
www.usembassy.bg /consular/no_appt.html   (150 words)

  
 Sofia News Agency - Forum
Traffic of women and children is very much gypsy "business".They don't only sell their own kids to pedophiles but kidnap Bulgarians.
Bulgaria's mutri is made up of Bulgarians and people of other nationalities like the gypsies.
BTW, most of the mutri I have seen are the thick necked former wrestlers and they are BULGARIAN not Gypsy.
www.novinite.com /forum_view.php?main_id=54909   (466 words)

  
 Bulgarian murdered in Syria - News news
Rossitsa Zhelyazkova, a Bulgarian from Plovdiv, was cruelly murdered in Syria on the night of May 13, Bulgarian National Television (BNT) reported on Tuesday.
She complained repeatedly at the Bulgarian Embassy that her husband tore up her Bulgarian passport and threatened her with a pistol.
According to him, no effort will be spared to have the victim’s two children back in Bulgaria as soon as possible on the basis of the legal framework of Bulgarian-Syrian relations.
www.sofiaecho.com /article/bulgarian-murdered-in-syria/id_4564/catid_5   (385 words)

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