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Passport $$$ !!
#1

Just had to renew and got one of those micro chipped passports for the lofty price of $140.00.

Should I be worried about the chip ? I did buy one of those leather cases with the transmiton resistant coverings....

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#2

I had to renew mine before my trip to the Amazon. It survived fine : ) I was thinking it has always been pricey $$$ but it might have gone up in the last few years

Scott - North Dallas
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#3

I also got the little credit card sized I.D card for Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean.

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#4

Phil,

What was the turn around time?

Mine expired last year and I need to get a new one before I go to the bahamas.
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#5

I didn't pay for any extra quickness but it was only 2 weeks...tops !

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#6

you don't even need the passport for the Caribbean....just that I.D is fine, if ya wanna go that route.

This is my 3rd passport and it's really thick and stocky - jammed with surveillance electronic stuffs...

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#7

yeah uhh.....

Leaving the country without a passport..... Is a very bad idea.

No seriously...you don't need a passport anymore if you only go to:

Canada
Mexico
Caribbean

all you need is that 'passport I.D card' - size and thickness of a credit card. Totally different.
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#8

Philsuma Wrote:Just had to renew and got one of those micro chipped passports for the lofty price of $140.00.

Should I be worried about the chip ? I did buy one of those leather cases with the transmiton resistant coverings....



Don't worry about the chip..... I doubt it even works.....
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#9

Philsuma Wrote:I didn't pay for any extra quickness but it was only 2 weeks...tops !

I did my renewal around Feb 2012 and was about 2 weeks or less - same as yours. I was expecting a few months. No complaints anyway...

Scott - North Dallas
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#10

I dont like the big brother thing. Luckily I got got another four years before mine expires but I do need to get more pages for it now.
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#11

Ours governments are trying to speed up the turn around time for passports because of the Canada-USA and USA-Canada passport requirement.

We're only waiting two weeks now too.

Glenn
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