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- Bangladesh (for Bangladeshi Muslims only)
- China (for Chinese Muslims only)
- India (for Indian Muslims only)
- Indonesia (for Indonesian Muslims only)
- Jordan (also issues a temporary Jordanian passport combined with a Hajj passport to Israeli Arabs)
- Lebanon (for Lebanese Muslims only)
- Malaysia (for Malaysian Muslims only)
- Pakistan (for all Pakistani Muslims, including Kashmiris) / No Longer Used (Now Ordinary Passport is used for Hajj Pilgrimage)
- Palestinian Authority (for Arab Muslims only)
- Sri Lanka (for Ceylonese Muslims only)
- United Arab Emirates
- ↑  State Bank of Pakistan site:" F.E. Circular No. 14 of 2004" says "iii) List of Hajjis along with copies of relevant pages of Hajj passport i.e. first two pages & the page bearing visa.." retrieved Dec. 1, 2006
- ↑  "Ban to stay on performance of Ummrah for unmarried, jobless persons below age of 40: Ejaz." Sunday June 18, 2006 (0059 PST). Pak Tribune. ("Ejaz informed that Hajj passport would gradually be turned into machine-readable passport.") retrieved Dec. 1, 2006
-  Saudi government site refers to "Hajj visas:" "..we shall start issuing HAJJ VISAS effective Shawal 11, 1417H. corresponding to February 18, 1997. The last day to issue HAJJ VISAS will be Dhu Al Qada 24, 1417H corresponding to April 2, 1997." It does not refer to "Hajj passports." retrieved Dec. 1, 2006.
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