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    We do, we used to go overseas every year before DS! We were going to go to Hawaii in Feb next year so were going to get DS one but that's all on hold now I'm pregnant!

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    I had one continuously from age 15, but my last one expired in 2009 and I didn't bother renewing it. I'll just wait until I know when I'm going overseas again. I have a drivers licence so I've never had a problem with ID.

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    We all have one. DD got hers right around the time she turned 1, the photo is soooooooooooo cute! We had a really hard time getting her to have her photo taken without smiling though, and the lovely lady in the shop who took the passport photos printed out all the smiling ones for us to take home because they were cute.

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    I had one when I was little cos my parents took me around the world at 18 months old (they'd planned the trip then Mum found out she was pregnant so they waited.) I haven't had one since as I haven't been overseas.

    Next April we are all going to Italy so I'll need to get one. Due to our Italian heritage, my dad, brother and sister recently got Italian passports, so I could even do that.

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    I've had one continuously since I was 7. I just always renew it. Hubby also has one. We travel overseas at least yearly though.

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    I always have a passport.

    You can go throught the priority processing service, which is a higher fee but means you can have a passport within two working days. My DH used this service as he had lost his passport without realising and we were due to go overseas. We lodged the application and he received his new passport the next day

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    Yes, I've had one continuously since I was a few months old. I travel OS regularly and have family OS too so it's always been something I've had to have.

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    Have Australian and British. DH has Aussie.

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    I have one but DS doesn't ...yet!

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    yes, hubby, myself and ds. actually filling out the application for the baby this week.


 

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