Phaluhm Phoueck started issuing passports in 1946, after independence. They ditched the American and British overseas passport in favour of Phaluhm passports.
In 1983, Balulu citizens switched from their own passport to a Phaluhm Passport.
In 2006, the Phaluhm government started issuing biometric passports.
Passport Types Edit
Most passports are the regular passports. These are issued to citizens of Phaluhm Phoueck. These are required to be renewed every 10 years for adults and every 7 years for minors.
Diplomatic passports are issued to diplomats and other consular staff sent abroad. These passports are dark green, having held that colour since 1926.
Balulu passports are seperate passports. These are issued to citizens of Balulu. These passports are dark blue, having held that colour since 1983.
Physical Appearence Edit
The passports are dark red coloured and features the Star of Phaluhm or the Star and Cresent for Balulu citizens.
The words "ASEAN" and "PASSPORT" and "PASSPORTE" are embedded for the Phaluhm passport. Balulu residents have the words "ASEAN" and "PASSPORT" and "PASSPORTE" and "PASPORT" embedded.
Also "FEDERATED STATES OF PHALUHM PHOUECK" and "FAHRATTO SITTAN SA PHALUHM PHOUECK" is embedded at the top.
Balulu residents will have "FEDERATED STATES OF PHALUHM PHOUECK (BALULU KYNGDYUM)" and "FAHRATTO SITTAN SA PHALUHM PHOUECK (BALULU KYNGDYUM)" and "Negara Persekutuan Phruhm Phouena ( Balyun Kerajaan)" embbeded at the top.