Zaqistan Department of State

Zaqistan Passports


The Zaqistan State Department accepts applications for Zaqistan Passports. Anyone is welcome to apply. The processing time varies, applications are not reviewed on a regular basis. Processing times can vary anywhere from two weeks to six months.

The application fee for passports is a suggested $50 US dollars plus shipping (price dependent on where it is sent).

Zaqistan currently DOES NOT have diplomatic relations with any other countries. There are 0 countries that offer visa free entry with a Zaqistan passport. If you try to cross international borders it is VERY LIKELY that you will be SENT BACK or even detained. The Zaqistan State Department CANNOT guarantee any aid in the event of confiscation of the passport, detention, or incarceration.

You must include a high-resolution color passport photo of your face against a white background (ideally taken with a flash) with this application:

Zaqistan Passport Application

Submit to: Zaqistanpassportauthority (at) gmail.com

Failure to fill the forms out in full or attach a photograph may result in the rejection of your application.

Upon recipt of your application for a passport the Zaqistan Passport Authority will either accept or deny it. If your application is accepted, instructions for payment and confirmation will be sent to you via email.

Documents to Submit

No other documents are required for the application process. Please do not send any attachments that are not a photo or the Zaqistan Passport Application.

Citizenship

You may apply for Citizenship to Zaqistan, but not a passport if you so wish. Citizenship is free, the only requirements are that you complete the application form in full.

Please request "CITIZENSHIP ONLY" in the subject line and we will email you an application, or note this on a passport application.

If your application is approved, the Republic of Zaqistan will send you an official document, naturalizing you as a citizen and bestowing all the rights and privileges that come with it. This document may not be recognized by other nations and WILL NOT allow travel over international borders.

Dual Citizenship

Holding dual Zaqistan citizenship and citizenship to another country is allowed.

PLEASE NOTE the following about Zaqistan before Applying:

Location of Zaqistan

Zaqistan is small, remote and bound on all sides by the United States. It is as of now unrecognized by any other country. It is NOT POSSIBLE to travel to Zaqistan without going through the United States.

Zaqistan is a fledgling, developing nation. There are no living facilities, no roads, and no water in Zaqistan, it is not possible to live in Zaqistan. We currently visit Zaqistan for only a few days of the year, and no one lives there year round.

Travel to Zaqistan, Visas, Business

Although someday we hope to develop Zaqistan to the point where it can accommodate visitors and tourists on a regular basis, as of now, it is currently only possible to visit Zaqistan through a Zaqistan Tourism Board sponsored tour (more details coming soon). It is NOT POSSIBLE to independently obtain a visa to visit Zaqistan, or set up business operations in Zaqistan and probably won't be for some time.

Employment

The Republic of Zaqistan regrettably cannot offer employment to anyone at this time.

 

 

 

Diplomacy

The Zaqistan State Department opened the first Zaqistan Embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina on January 24, 2012. Hosted by Nuevo Museo Energía de Arte Contemporáneo, The Embassy expanded Zaqistan’s global presence and influence beyond its desert borders.

The Embassy featured a History of Zaqistan exhibit, historicizing the recent past in display cases with artifacts and wildlife specimens, photographs, maps, wall texts, a timeline, and educational videos. The Embassy also issued passports.

Informative displays educate the general public about Zaqistan history and culture.

Spirits are high and new citizens are excited to join the Zaqistan Nation.

 

Zaq Landsberg and Secretary of State Sofía Gallisá Muriente conducted some diplomancy as well, they commemorated the fallen soldiers from the  War of Malvinas (Falkland Islands) by showing their respects with a flower wreath, presented in the Plaza San Martín Fallen Soldiers Memorial in Buenos Aires, Argentina.


The Embassy also featured Zaqistani outreach through public programming, like a nationbuilding workshop for children, where local youth will founded and developed their own nations.  The Embassy also hosted a discussion with Axel Lazzari PhD, an Argentine professor in Anthropology who specializes in the study of the Rankulche indigenous people that inhabit the desert of La Pampa in Central Argentina. Lazzari, Zaq Landsberg and Secretary of State Sofía Gallisá Muriente discussed their perspectives on the desert, the Republic of Zaqistan and what lies ahead. We were joined by an enthusiastic audience that extended the conversation well into the night.



The ideas of Zaqistan communicated across languages and cultures, and the nation gained new citizens, new supporters and new energy.

Consulate General of Zaqistan opened in New York City, USA, on February 24, 2012. The Zaqistan State Department’s second Zaqistan diplomatic mission was hosted by the arts organization chashama, and funded in part by a grant from the NEA (USA), the Zaqistan Arts Council (Zaqistan). LIke the Embassy, the Consulate General, located just steps away from the United Nations featured historical displays, educational videos, natural Zaqistani specimens, etc.

In addition the Consulate General also hosted a youth Nationbuilding workshop