Getting a Replacement US Passport

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Getting a Replacement US Passport

Postby Kelly » Mon Mar 11, 2013 9:35 pm

I had to go today to get a replacement for my lost passport. I wrote a blog post about all the steps, so if anyone is interested or needs to do the same, you may want to check it out. :) http://socialmediabar.com/replace-lost- ... lima-peru1

This is also the process for stolen passports, or if you just need to replace an about to expire passport.

I didn't not mention in the article - If your passport is lost or stolen, you should immediately report it to the police here and get a copy of the police report, as well as notify the Embassy. It could keep you out of trouble if someone else gets up to no good with your ID.


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Re: Getting a Replacement US Passport

Postby alchemist » Tue Mar 12, 2013 7:03 pm

Good info, read the case of a man in Britain victim of a con artist, took him months and months to prove it wasn't actually him who had committed the offences.

Being dual national, I read some time ago that to renew a british passport apparently one has to adress a request to Washington if living in Peru, and at quite high cost too, how strange as there's a british consulate in Lima; my other one is still valid though so am not bothering for the moment.
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