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, i am not sure if my ex he was reported my child passport lost/ stolen and i knew that he likes playing game. but want to make sure on it.. i keeped my child passport since then? is their anyone here know the way to validate my child passport still valid to travel? or any solution to make my me peace of mind.i was been to the nearest passport office but they cant help me anything, i am so scared because i am leaving next week. i cant afford all the stupid ###### he did.

help and thanks so much


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, i am not sure if my ex he was reported my child passport lost/ stolen and i knew that he likes playing game. but want to make sure on it.. i keeped my child passport since then? is their anyone here know the way to validate my child passport still valid to travel? or any solution to make my me peace of mind.i was been to the nearest passport office but they cant help me anything, i am so scared because i am leaving next week. i cant afford all the stupid ###### he did.

help and thanks so much

I think it might well depend on if you've got another passport, or if you've updated your passport since you got that one.

If your child passport still has a valid date, or to put it another way, it hasn't expired yet - because each passport does have an expiry date - you should still be ok to travel.

Authorities would be able to see that you have a legitimate passport, so I don't think that you should have any cause for concern.

:As long as it's still valid - hasn't expired

:As long as it's you on your passport - Even if it is a child passport (I updated mine in 2007 from my childhood one and it was fine before then.)

Everything should be fine.

Edit:

If they do question you on your passport, you could say that clearly your passport hasn't been stolen, as you are still in possession of it!

Edited by MattHeartCass

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