The Camouflage Passport is an emergency document at best. It shouldn’t be used as a topic of conversation between friends at a get-together; it could make the difference between life and death in certain situations. Because of several other obvious reasons we recommend acquiring at least one. Although the most common uses of the Camouflage Passports are “highly unofficial”, they are very useful for the anonymity of your banking assets. This could be critical because of the purported “Drug War” which has caused a increase in banking restrictions all over the world. While border guards and consular officials are absolute pros when it comes to recognizing false foreign documents, banking employees usually aren’t. Although there are still a few banks that still accept Camouflage Passports for banking purposes, not all do.
We prefer to offer as Camouflage Passport documents issued by the Government of Antarcticland (Not Recognized Country)
The de jure (official) and de facto (case-by-case) acceptance of the Antarcticland passport is the international common law basis for the passport. The common law validity derives from the acceptance or recognition of the passport by governmental entities.
Yet even if no nation-state had ever recognized the validity of the passport, the Antarcticland passport still would be valid based on Article 13, Sections (1) and (2), of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which the United Nations adopted and proclaimed on December 10, 1948. Article 13(1) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states: "Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of each state," and Article 13(2) states: "Everyone has the right to leave any country, including [one's] own, and to return to [one's] country." The passport also derives its world human rights law basis from documents that further support the right to freedom of travel such as the 1951 Convention and the 1967 Protocol Relating to the Status of Refugees, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, as well as other regional and multilateral agreements.
Whether or not a consular official at an embassy recognizes your Antarcticland passport does not determine the validity of the document. Antarcticland´s passports have been accepted de jure (officially) and on a de facto (case-by- case) basis by several countries.
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