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Why Choose Us For Your Passport

Citizenshipdocs is the leading IT company in the market providing both legit and fake passports with the latest security features. Our company has a highly experienced team of professionals who are dedicated to producing and delivering quality products that meet the international standards. With our state-of-the-art technology, we provide an easy and secure way for people to obtain their travel documents without any hassle. Our passports come with advanced security features like biometric data, holographic images, watermarks, and other unique identifiers that make them virtually impossible to duplicate or forge. This makes Citizenshipdocs’ products safe and reliable for use by individuals from all walks of life.


What to Expect 

Security You Can Trust

We use Optical Variable Ink (also called Color-Shifting Ink), Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Computer Chip, UV Fluorescent Ink (Invisible ink), Invisible Fluorescent Fibers, Positive & Negative Microtext & Intaglio Print, MLI® /CLI® /TLI, and Intaglio Print to ensure maximum security of your documents.


Authentic and Legit Documents

We only utilize quality materials to manufacture our documents so you can rest assured that all our products come with authentic features. All our products are guaranteed to meet the highest standards of authenticity and legality.

Secure delivery options

We provide safe and secure delivery options for our customers. You can choose from different delivery methods depending on your preference – from express delivery to discreet shipping. We make sure that your documents are securely packaged and shipped without any trace.


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Security Features of Our Anti-Counterfeit Passport


 Optical Variable Ink (OVI)

One of the most significant security features found in passports worldwide is Optical Variable Ink (OVI), also known as color-shifting ink. Due to its high production cost, OVI is only used in high-value documents, such as large denomination banknotes. Detecting this feature during identification document verification is crucial, as it indicates the authenticity of high-value documents. This anti-counterfeiting feature is also utilized in credit cards, fidelity cards, revenue stamps, professional license documents, and other important documents to distinguish authentic items from fraudulent ones. OVI ink can be seen from various angles, making it a practical anti-counterfeiting tool.

Detailed Specifications of OVI Ink

  • Includes tiny pigments that aid in verifying the authenticity of identification documents.
  • Interference filters in pigments cause significant variations in color depending on the angle of observation or tilt.
  • Photochronic inks used to create banknotes are under strict control by governmental agencies 
  • The difficulty in adjusting photochromic inks like OVI presents a significant obstacle for conventional printing businesses or printers, making it challenging for them to enter this market.

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Computer Chip

An additional anti-counterfeit security element found in our Passports is the incorporation of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) computer chips. This feature has been present in all passports, whether personal or diplomatic, since 2007. This particular type of computer chip stores highly sensitive information, and it is imperative to perform identity verification by cross-referencing data with the biographical details printed on Passport information pages. Without this step, the identification process cannot be implemented on a larger scale.

This computer chip contains the following data: 

  • Biographical information 
  • Name, date, and address
  • Passport information

UV Fluorescent Ink (Invisible ink)

Ingenious is the addition of UV Fluorescent Ink, a discreet but powerful security measure that bolsters the already advanced passport features. This covert “Level 2” feature goes undetected by the naked eye, adding an extra level of protection. UV ink also has practical applications in branding and electronics, allowing for counterfeit detection and secure labeling.


Invisible Fluorescent Fibers

According to PassportIndex, these fibers constitute a material characteristic integrated within passport paper. They provide an additional security measure, consisting of fibers that cannot be seen without the aid of ultraviolet (UV) light and thus cannot be replicated by photocopying. This feature facilitates the verification of identities, which can be done much more quickly if a UV light is available. The utilization of this feature can contribute to deterring counterfeiting attempts of various high-security documents, bank checks, currency notes, and important licensing documents.


Microtext & Intaglio Print 

Microtext is a form of writing or design that consists of tiny letters or numbers that are barely perceptible to the naked eye and may require magnification to view. There are two categories of microtext: positive and negative. Passports may feature microtext in the form of thin lines, which upon closer inspection reveal repeating phrases such as “valid,” “authentic,” “genuine,” and important serial numbers or other details. This security feature is difficult to replicate and enhances the effectiveness of other security measures, making it a valuable addition to passport design. Counterfeiters and other malicious agents are often unable to replicate microtext due to its small size and intricacy.



The implementation of images capable of reflecting differently when tilted is another aspect of passport security. One such feature is the “Changeable Laser Image (CLI).” This involves engraving two images onto the card at different angles, creating a morphing image when viewed from varying perspectives, akin to a holographic image. To accomplish this, a specialized card body with a lenticular area is needed to accommodate engraving at different angles. Usually, CLI is tilted on the card’s lateral or short axis. Multiple Laser Image (MLI) and Tilt Laser Image (TLI) are two other versions of this feature. These variations, along with laser engraving, are substantial elements of passport security and can be used for driver licenses, national ID cards, high-security ID cards, government and military ID cards.

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