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there is a standard called
'ICAO 9303' that is for machine readable passports
I heared it should be updated to a newer standard
does any one know what is the name of the new standard
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Hi

The page http://www.icao.int/mrtd/publications/doc.cfm explains a bit about document 9303
On the right-hand side of that page, you'll see that there are PDF documents about biometric deployment.

Is this what you were looking for?
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The following is a new (may 2004) pdf explaining the latest revisions of IACA 9303 and is almost certainly what you are looking for.
http://www.icao.int/icao/en/atb/fal/mrtd/tagmrtd15/docs/TagMrtd15_WP013_en.pdf


Here is another link with an excerpt below:
http://www.scc.ca/en/participate/opportunities/MSE1402_12.shtml

"WG3 - Machine Readable Travel Documents
Prepares revisions to the text of ISO 7501; monitors the standards referenced; considers and defines standards for machine readable travel documents and related machine readable cards; co-ordinates JTC1 liaison with ICAO for maintenance of ICAO 9303, machine readable passports and related ICAO documents."
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