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    Water Damage To Passport?
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    • 16th May 08, 7:26 AM
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    Water Damage To Passport? 16th May 08 at 7:26 AM

    Last night, my husband had his passport out as he is off for an interview today and stupidly (and I don't know how), he dropped it in a sink full of water!

    Dried it out overnight on the radiator, but the pages are water marked and on the photo page there is some bubbling, a small bubble has appeared on the photo.

    Can anyone tell me if the passport will still be able to be used, we are going on holiday to the USA in a month and the passport office advice line is 1 per minute, which is just ridiculous!

    Any little bit of advice would be appreciated.

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