The "institute" is a private entity wholly devoid of any recognized authority.
Any such "passport" will be devoid of any validity at pretty much any immigration checkpoint you present it to.
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Not really, since such "world citizenship" passports are practically a joke. The test is if one were to apply for a U.S. visitor's visa at any US consulate with such a passport, will the consulate issue a visa to him/her? The answer, am afraid, is a resolute "no", since such a "nationality" does not, and has never existed.
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Slate had an interesting article a few years back about the world passport.
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No, unfortunately such passports cannot be used to enter the US.
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