Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Passports will soon stop serving as valid proof of address, with the foreign ministry announcing that the last page will not be printed anymore. The last page of the Indian international ID incorporates names of the father or lawful gatekeeper, mother, life partner, and address. The choice takes after the report of a three-part board of trustees of the remote service and the Women and Child Development service that analyzed summons for doing with the father’s name in the international ID. The report had been acknowledged, an outside service representative said. The last page of the travel permit will be clear in the new form. The data will at present be put away in the arrangement of the outside undertakings service, so it won’t influence the legislature. “As the last page of the international ID would not be printed now, the travel permit holders with ECR (Emigration Check Required) status would be issued a visa with orange identification coat and those with non-ECR status would keep on getting a blue travel permit,” said the representative. Passports as of now are issued in three hues. Government officers have a white travel permit, representatives have issued red identifications and all others are blue. The new international IDs will be composed by the Indian Security Press, Nasik.