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    Yes, we do. DH and I have done a lot of travel for business and pleasure. We have to get 4 month old DD one too as we are off to Hawaii at the end of the year

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    I've had one since I was 14-15. I now travel frequently for work so need one of the extra big (and expensive ones).

    DS (10mths) just got his last week as we are going to Bali in Nov. I actually got a really narky lady in Aust Post when trying to get his photos done - he wouldn't stop smiling which 'isn't allowed'. I'm like what do you want me to do, pinch him??!

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    All 5 in this house have one. With DS I had to get one as soon as he was born.
    Mine is due to be renewed next year and will get it done because that it easier than applying for a new one.

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    I have one, but DH and DD do not.

    You can get a passport pretty quickly if you go to the passport office and sit an interview, and pay an extra fee. I was so dumb when I was 18 and literally left it till the very, very last minute. I was crying at the passport office the day before I flew out and they couldn't garrantee it would be done in time, but it was. I dashed into the passport office a few hours before leaving.

    My dad looked at my passport and nearly slapped me when he saw the issue date (he had paid for my holiday probably 8months in advance)...he was unbelievably furious and I didn't get why at the time...

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    No Passport and have never had one.

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    We have all just renewed or got our Australian Passports and I've just renewed my British passports. My parents are really big on always having current passports. I used to travel every few months for work so always had it current and I guess I live and hope that one day I might get to do that again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luna Lovegood View Post
    I have one, but DH and DD do not.

    You can get a passport pretty quickly if you go to the passport office and sit an interview, and pay an extra fee. I was so dumb when I was 18 and literally left it till the very, very last minute. I was crying at the passport office the day before I flew out and they couldn't garrantee it would be done in time, but it was. I dashed into the passport office a few hours before leaving.

    My dad looked at my passport and nearly slapped me when he saw the issue date (he had paid for my holiday probably 8months in advance)...he was unbelievably furious and I didn't get why at the time...
    The silly things we do at 18

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    We all have passports.

    DD1 got hers at about 6mo as we were planning an o/seas trip for when she was 10m.

    DD2 got hers at about 4mo as a just in case.

    DH travels for work occasionally and I wanted at least the opportunity to go with if it came up (hasn't yet).

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    I have on only because our boss sent us on an overseas work trip, probably wouldn't have one otherwise

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    Yep, I have 2 passports- one for personal travel and an 'official' passport for work travel (govt officer). My DH has a current passport too.

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