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It may very well be illegal, depending on the laws of the country. Most people have the right to enter their own country (except for practical problems, like not being able to prove you have the right) because you list your passport and/or other ID). But it may be illegal to enter outside official border crossings, for example. Or illegal to enter without ...


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Some jurisdictions do that. Others don't (see, for example, the Dutch national identity card). My New York driver's license is in all caps, and I rather suspect that it's a holdover from the days in which licenses were processed using a computer system that had only upper-case characters. But that's just a guess. The real answer is that the premise of ...


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I found a few fringe sites that say the concept of a legal name is an identifier issued by the government, hence all capital letters. This explanation doesn't seem too believable to me but I could be wrong. In my mind it's logical this is just to clearly show your identity. It seems to be more difficult to mix up capital letters than to mix up lowercase ...


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