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Post 508952 posted on 8-8-2017 at 16:25
One of our American guests has not been allowed to board the plane Stateside because his passport is due to expire in a few months even although he
was only flying over for a few days and had a return ticket. Sadly for him it is unlikely he will be able to either sort this out in time or get a
refund as the fault is his.
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Post 508962 posted on 10-8-2017 at 03:55
If his trip is scheduled to conclude well within the life expectancy of the Passport, where is the problem? The next thing this jumped up clerk will
be saying is, "you can't travel because your life might expire while you are overseas. At least with a passport you have a known timeframe. I'd be
stirring all sorts of muck on this one, along with claiming a refund on the cost of my passport because I could not use it for its intended purpose.
There MUST be a lot more to this than just a Passport that is going to expire AFTER the trip.
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