A passport is a document issued by a national government, namely special ministries, such as Ministry of Foreign Affairs or Ministry of Internal Affairs. The document given certifies a holder’s identity and nationality. Moreover, passing the relevant verification procedure facilitates attaining the different purposes (e.g., the ones associated with international visits). As to the structure of a passport, its elements are usually accounted for by four basic types of data on a man, in particular his name, date of birth, place of birth and sex. However, some passports involve other data (holder’s height, color of his eyes, etc.)
A passport brings about the thought of the right to protection abroad, with the adequate and needed actions being exercised by the government’s representatives as to their national that get into hot water. On the other hand, a passport can be associated with the right to enter one’s own country. However, a passport itself does not promote both the rights. De facto they are being determined by a nationality. A passport itself only attests a holder’s nationality and, thus, does not guarantee his rights as to protecting abroad and entering his own country.
By now, a passport is perceived by each nation-state as a confident demonstration of national sovereignty and ability to control the citizens. Herewith, there is a potential and actual control over the people being on the national and foreign territory. Each nation-state has an explicit interest in control of movement, not its freedom. Such an interest can motivate colluding and other cryptological measures aimed at exercising limiting actions regarding a citizen.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights’ theses on freedom of movement qualify such freedom as one of the essential rights of a liberated and free human being. Therefore, the very existence of a national passport is an expression of slavery, enslavement or domination.
Your personal privacy is one of your fundamental right, but in today's technological world, it is so only at a level of political declarations. A man exists not for being an object of tracking. However, such situation comes on a sudden. Avoiding it can be promoted by having an alternate identity.
In our days, a justified sense of security can be experienced by using a quasi-authentic identity, and its embodiment in the passport forged is a good protection remedy.
The passport that once will be qualified as not being authentic is the subject issued initially by a government. Only thereafter, such subject is copied and/or modified by the persons who is not authorized for carrying through manipulations with such a document. However, the risk of deceiving can take place regarding those who view the document as a reliable means of certificating a holder’s identity or status. The term ‘fake passport’ implies, among other things, the activity that results in getting the document from a government, with preparing (i.e falsifying) the documentation required for certificating the desired identity.
You may have a number of reasons for hiding your true identity. Nowadays, the latter can put you in an unwelcome position, particularly if you are high-profile and/or wealthy person. For that kind of situations, fake passports are very useful. In fact, it is hard to foresee some fateful events and be sure that they will not concern you directly. Think of all the pessimistic possibilities that can be by-products of development, namely social, political and economic one. Their stability is based on using advanced techniques (controlling, monitoring, brainwashing, etc.). If such a circumstance is not enough for awakening reasonable watchfulness, try to think of the IRS or your local equivalent to the agency