Why do I still need a passport?

A lot of football fans in Europe still don’t have a passport.

With the recent changes made to EU passports, this is becoming a major concern.

But there are a number of reasons why passport holders may not need one.

article In order to stay in the EU, passport holders must have a valid EU state identification card.

The EU states which issued the card in 2015, Italy, France, Belgium and Spain have all removed the requirement to have a personal ID card or a passport, though a new European passport may still be issued in some cases.

The new card can be used in some EU countries, but not in others, so it’s important to have one.

A personal ID can also be issued by another EU state.

This means a citizen of the UK or the Netherlands can still obtain a passport in the UK, though the requirements to have an ID card vary.

The European passport, or the passport that is issued by an EU state, must show a picture of a person with a passport on it, and a country name, if the person’s nationality is different to the state where they live.

This can also help if you need to cross borders or travel between the different countries.

It is also worth bearing in mind that a European passport is not a separate document that you can keep on you, so you will need to have it in a safe place.

You could, for example, keep a passport with you on your travels in the US, and carry it with you in the event you need a copy when you need it later.

If you are travelling with a child, the EU states with the highest requirement to hold a passport are Germany and the Netherlands, with a maximum age requirement of 15.

Other countries require a minimum age of 12 for adults.

If your passport has a photo of you, but you don’t actually own the photo, the passport holder needs to be able to prove to the passport office that the photo has been taken and the information on it has been checked.

This is usually done by signing an affidavit stating that you did not take the photo yourself.

If you are a resident of one of these EU states, you can be issued with a copy of your passport.

However, you will be required to return the document to the national passport office once the person is 18 years old.

There are a few exceptions, such as a person living in Germany who may be able obtain a copy, and if you live in one of the EU countries where a photo has not been issued, you need an EU passport to travel to the other member states.

You will need an ID or passport to leave the EU country.

This article first appeared on Football Italias website, with the title ‘Why do I need a visa?’