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It’s already a huge pain to get a passport, but it’s about to get harder if the State Department has its way.The agency has proposed a new rule that would require applicants to provide all addresses since birth, a detailed lifetime employment history, and personal details about their siblings.
It would even require a description of “the circumstances of your birth” and details about any “religious ceremony” performed around the time you were born, Consumer traveller reports.
If you think the new requirements are a terrible idea, you only have until Monday to register your complaints with the State Department.
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