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New Zealand participates in the Five Nations Passport Group , an international forum for cooperation between the passport issuing authorities in Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States to "share best practices and discuss innovations related to the development of passport policies, products and practices". Few countries required passports before the First World War, and they were not then usually required for overseas travel. By there were occasional requests for New Zealand passports, which were personally signed by the Governor. He decided he needed a passport when his ship was about to leave; an inconvenience both for the department and the Governor who had to sign it. A single passport covered a man and his wife and children, but did not include a photo or any personal details like age, height, or eye colour. In the First World War the British Government required passports in , and New Zealand followed from November , with an increased workload for the department and for police. The number was kept high by civilian travel after the war, over 4, in , and the number hovered at that level until the Depression.