I don’t think it gets any more official than this; a Friesian passport and country sticker (given to me by my parents-in-law). I had no idea that I had been illegally visiting Friesland without official documentation for all these years. I now keep my Friesian passport with me at all times when I am crossing ‘the boarder’ into Holland. The train conductor does seem a bit confused whenever I show it to him with my ticket though.
The country sticker has been added to my car as an indication of my willingness to integrate (they don’t need to know that I still spend a lot of time in Holland). I expect that I will soon start to receive the secret Friesian benefits that come from having such a sticker (free parking, cheaper petrol, the right to overtake tractors, etc).
Next step is learning the Friesian anthem, which luckily is in my Friesian passport, next to the page advertising the model railway in Sneek.
I will keep you updated on the progress of my move to Friesland.