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Where is the passport book number located?

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I checked to see. There's a "Personal number" located quite a ways under the passport number. An article I read said that Mexico's latest versions don't have it, but older ones should. I'm going to keep looking, and I guess I could assume that his is the latest version, since it's from just 6 years ago.

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I checked to see. There's a "Personal number" located quite a ways under the passport number. An article I read said that Mexico's latest versions don't have it, but older ones should. I'm going to keep looking, and I guess I could assume that his is the latest version, since it's from just 6 years ago.

Sorry you wrote BOOK number. I'm not sure exactly the passports swapped over, but it should be on the first page, before the bio page, if it's blank then he doesn't have one, so write Does not apply/

EDIT: The most recent edition is 2012, so his should have one where I mentioned....

Edited by Shauneg

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Ok thank you! you've been a huge help. I am making him go check right now to see if it's there.

I fell asleep early today and now I'm up and can't go back to sleep lol. If this helps....

http://braceroarchive.org/es/archive/fullsize/lopez-leon,-asterio8_ce1ffb6fe0.jpg

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Same here! And we figured out he does not have a book number. His passport is from 2012, I was wrong when I said it was old.

Now we're trying to figure out his national ID number. Then the form is done. I don't know if we should put his CURP that he has memorized (just like our SSN) or if we should put the supposed "curp personal number" that's listed on his passport. I don't know which to put, or how much it matters. The one he has memorized is extremely long, and not at all like the small personal number from the passport.

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