ALIEN'S PASSPORT 2003

The new Alien's Passport is designed to comply with the EU requirements and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) recommendations. The passport contains 32 numbered pages plus a polycarbonate personal identification page with data, photo and signature engraved by laser engravers.

ALIEN'S PASSPORT 2003

Užsieniečio pasas

Alien's passport – is a document issued to a foreign national having the right to temporarily or permanently reside in the Republic of Lithuania but not having the passport of a foreign state or an equivalent travel document intended for traveling abroad and accepted in the Republic of Lithuania for the document being lost, shred or invalid, and for objective reasons unable to obtain travel documents from his country of origin, granting the right to depart from and return to the Republic of Lithuania for the period of validity of the document.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Data page

The polycarbonate data page. The legend is pre-printed

Laser engraving
The bearer's image, signature and personal data are laser engraved.

Rainbow printing
Security grids printed in rainbow. One of the colours fluoresces under UV light

TECHNOLOGICAL FEATURES

The Lithuanian Alien's Passport incorporate a number of security features against counterfeit and forgery.

Data about official position recorded on the inside pages.

Cover

The cover of Service Passport is made of leather-like material. The Service Passport is dark grey. On the front cover in gold foil are printed the Coat of Arms of the Republic of Lithuania and above and below it – the Lithuanian texts "LIETUVOS RESPUBLIKA" and "UŽSIENIEČIO PASAS" are printed in gold foil.

Passport paper

High quality material was used in manufacturing of the new Lithuanian Service Passport. The covers inside pages (endpages) do not contain a watermark. The inside pages are stamped with watermark – the stylized Coat of Arms of the Republic of Lithuania is placed in the center of every inside page.

Į popierių įterpti matomi raudoni plaušeliai, UV šviesoje švytintys oranžine spalva, bei nematomos planšetės, UV šviesoje švytinčios žalia spalva.

 

Cover pages

 

Front and backside cover pages

 

Paper
Visible small red fibers fluoresce orange under UV light and invisible fibers fluoresce green under UV light.

Intaglio
The ornament and the rosette are intaglio printed.

Laser view
Letters „LTU“ are seen at a certain angle.

Optically variable inks
An optically variable image (OVI) changes colour when viewed at a different angles.

Passport number
Passport number of eight digits, printed in black, which fluoresce under UV light.

Micro Lettering
The repeating micro lettering: positive – "LIETUVOS RESPUBLIKA", negative – "LTU".

Ultraviolet inks
The invisible "Wind rose", oval and surrounding circles fluoresce red under UV light.

Rainbow printing
The invisible "Wind rose", oval and surrounding circles fluoresce red under UV light.

INSIDE PAGES

Paper
Visible small red fibers fluoresce under UV light and invisible fibers fluoresce green and red under UV light.

Rainbow printing
All pages are covered by security grids printed in rainbow. One of the colours fluoresce under UV light.

Watermark
Positioned multi-shade watermark of the „Vytis”. Watermarked page numbers.

Passport number
Laser perforated passport number with conical holes through all inside pages and the back cover.

Coat of Arms
The Coat of Arms of the Republic of Lithuania is surrounded by the Coat of Arms of the towns (which are different on every page).

Special line arrangement
The guilloche stripes are formed with the help of double lines differing in thickness.

Binding thread
The three-coloured binding thread fluoresce red and yellow under UV.

Micro Lettering
The repeating micro lettering: positive – "LIETUVOS RESPUBLIKA", negative – "LTU".

Security thread
The security thread contains reversed and unturned micro lettering: „LIETUVOS RESPUBLIKA”, and fluoresce red, green and yellow under UV.

Ultraviolet inks
The invisible "Wind rose", the Coat of Arms of the Lithuanian towns, circles and page number fluoresce red under UV light.

Last updated: 16-05-2017