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For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong.
(H. L. Mencken)
In 2001, the Canadian Passport Office was considering the possibility of implementing the policy of requesting that each passport identify a single person — the 1P1P (one person, one passport) policy; this policy is in general use around the world. Up to then, Canadian parents could, at no cost, list their children under the age of 16 in their own passport.
This research report documents the reactions to the 1P1P policy from Canadian parents who took advantage of children listings in their passport. A telephone survey of 373 parents was conducted. The report also develops a model to estimate the increase in passport applications which would be likely to occur following the introduction of the 1P1P policy.
52 pages, 556k [PDF format]
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