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A now largely obsolete document, the Family Passport was issued to the family's head, encompassing the spouse and children, allowing them all to travel under one passport.
Widely used in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Became less common with the rise of individual identification needs and security concerns.
Contained details of the family head, with added sections for immediate family members.
Often required additional documentation or stamps for each member.
While family passports are rare today, there are family visa packages or group travel discounts that families can avail.