Robert's passport is a United States passport with the words secured party creditor scribbled on them, that he provided is his appeal documentation.
The only reference to any entity is the Republic Union of Texas, which doesn't exist.
Here's where SovCit Robert creates his own dilemma.
If he claims he is not ROBERT DUNLAP (All Caps), and is someone else, he can't use that as a passport, defaced or not. That's fraud. He needs to get his own passport, and from the country/entity he claims, that is recognized from the country he plans to visit.
If he wants to claim International Immunity, that passport doesn't work in the host country, defaced or not for that.
SovCit Robert also claims that he doesn't use "Federal Reserve Notes" (USD), yet rent, food, gas, cars, and even the filing fees, and for the court documentation is paid in "Federal Reserve Notes" of some form (Cash, Check, Charge).
Meta 1 accepts as payment, for their scam, "Federal Reserve Notes" in some form.
I don't think the courts, or the SEC, are going to accept Meta 1 Coin as payment for any bail or fines...