I've heard that citizenship of the world institute provides
passports for people. My question is, Is the US law recognize
such kind of passports and it can be use to pass in and out the
US boarders. ? thanks
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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