Argentine passports are issued to citizens of Argentina by the National Registry for People (ReNaPer). They were issued exclusively by the Argentine Federal Police up to 2011. Their primary use is to facilitate international travel.
The Colombian passport is a travel document which is issued to citizens of Colombia for the purpose of international travel. Since September 2015 a Biometric passport has been introduced. The previous machine-readable version can be used as long as it is validColombian passport insideCitizens of Colombia do not need a passport when traveling to Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela. For these countries, they may use just their domestic identification cards called Cédula de Ciudadanía.
Icelandic passports are blue, with the Icelandic coat of arms emblazoned in the centre of the front cover. The words “ÍSLAND” (Icelandic), “ICELAND” (English) and “ISLANDE” (French) are inscribed above the coat of arms and the words “VEGABRÉF” (Icelandic), “PASSPORT” (English) and “PASSEPORT” (French) are inscribed below the coat of arms. Icelandic passports have the standard biometric symbol at the bottom.