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Passport as Travel Document- but what is Document ID which is asked for in ds-260 form? PLZ!

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in one section of ds 260 form , they ask to select travel document- i put Passport of course. And then it is asked for Document ID - HM? my passport only has Passport number and my Personal Identification Number ( personal ID ) - but there is not any Document ID written there ( like special passport ID- only passport number and my personal ID) - I wonder which they mean by document ID between these 2? is it passport number or my personal id? im not sure and i wanted to ask here before i select it...

because at the end of ds 260, there is section where they spefifically ask for passport number. which i wrote...

i want to be very sure what to write as document id for passport in 1st section of ds 260- is it my personal ID or passport number?

Thank you all for your great answers. it was of help many times these days too for my other topics also

lot of greetings :-)

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It is your passport number,


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It is your passport number,

thanks. are you sure? to me it more looks like my personal ID....becuase at the end of ds 260 form they ask for Passport number specifically and there they name it passport number-that i know and i wrote it. this is confusing to me. i still dont know what to put there

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thanks. are you sure? to me it more looks like my personal ID....becuase at the end of ds 260 form they ask for Passport number specifically and there they name it passport number-that i know and i wrote it. this is confusing to me. i still dont know what to put there

if you know the answer stop asking. Its is the passport number. Edited by moushoud

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if you know the answer stop asking. Its is the passport number.

well there is no need for pessimism in your reply. i ask because i want to be sure- it is very important form to fill out and of course i want to be sure what i put in there. so i wanted more answers...if you dislike to answer, you dont have to.

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You put passport number apparently, read this post - http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/298613-confused-about-a-question-on-the-ds-260-application/

I know you get asked for passport number also but maybe some countries have different numbers, I would play it safe and go with passport number.


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Passport number

thank you all for kind answers :-) . yes, i put the passport number. Document ID is how one can identify some document and Personal ID is how one can identify a person. it is other name for passport number apparently which i did not know . But now i know! :-)

greetings! :-)

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well there is no need for pessimism in your reply. i ask because i want to be sure- it is very important form to fill out and of course i want to be sure what i put in there. so i wanted more answers...if you dislike to answer, you dont have to.

I'm so sorry I just realized I was little off...I think you should put the passport number and to be safe do little more research just to feel more comfortable. Again I didn't mean to be rude or something but my apologies. Goodluck with the rest of your journey

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I'm so sorry I just realized I was little off...I think you should put the passport number and to be safe do little more research just to feel more comfortable. Again I didn't mean to be rude or something but my apologies. Goodluck with the rest of your journey

Ok :-) . Good luck to you also! :)

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