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What details appear on your country's identity card or passport?


Brain7

Brain7

Brain7
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In identity card and passport of my country appear the following details; the familly name, the name, the place of birth, the date of birth, the residence address, the marital status, the nationality, the profession and other personal information.

good, to be better :P

Sarab 3

Sarab 3

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In the identity card and the passport of my country appears the following details; the familly name, the name, the place of birth, the date of birth, the residence address, the marital status, the nationality, the profession and other personal information.

Well done!

flaviapaw

flaviapaw (39)

flaviapaw
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Hi, I just made it a bit shorter.You don't need to write "THE". We refer to "marital status", in general. It not specific. The same with "address".

The following details appear on the Algerian ID card and passport: name and last/family name, place and date of birth, address, marital status, nationality, occupation/profession and other personal information.

.Sakina.

.Sakina.

.Sakina.
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In the identity card and passport of my country appear the following details; the familly name, the name, the place of birth, the date of birth, the residence address, the marital status, the nationality, the profession and other personal information.

 

Excellent! 

Winvad

Winvad (47)

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I will go with Flaviapaw (38).

'The following details appear on the Algerian ID card and passport: name and last/family name, place and date of birth, address, marital status, nationality, occupation/profession and other personal information.'

It is neat (precise, concise and adequate).  Cheers !