The question for issuing authority comes from the fact that in some countries passports are issued by local authorities on behalf of the federal government. In the United Kingdom British Passports issuing authority as "Passport Agency" or "IPS" Passport – Place of issue: The City.
I dont get how you say it is not a tip maybe I should call it a gratuity? From NCL faqs: Why Carnival wants to know the city of issuance for my passport. I can't.
has changed since your passport was issued, it is recommended that you get your Passport – Place of issue: The City where the issuing authority is located.
In the PIO application, I need to fill the "place of issue" detail under Q) Passport particulars of the applicant. I can't find that info anywhere in.
The issuing country is the country that issued the passport. If the airline wanted to know the location where the passport was issued, they'd ask for "place of issue " However the place of issue is Country B/ whatever the city.
Although not common, some countries issue passports to . some people from the American Samoa can for example get a passport issued by.