dog has chewed my passport. going to spain on the 25th of feb. will i be able to get a new one in time?

(12 Posts)
lovetoski Sun 03-Feb-13 13:45:05

Another quick return for my renewal. Posted late Monday back Friday brilliant.

Booyhoo Sun 03-Feb-13 13:40:12

ooh that's really quick betty!

DeepRedBetty Sun 03-Feb-13 13:33:49

weird extra three in there...

DeepRedBetty Sun 03-Feb-13 13:33:23

Same here re speed - ddtwins arrived three within three working days!

Booyhoo Sun 03-Feb-13 13:31:56

thanks all. i tried to do the online application but as i'm going in 3 weeks they recommended i get a paper form so i'll pick one up tomorrow at the PO and get it sent off.

Monty27 Sun 03-Feb-13 01:24:30

Just came into say you'd probably get them on time. They seem quite efficient these days, and this time of year I think is quiet, particularly with replacements etc.

Good luck. smile

tooearlytobeup Sun 03-Feb-13 01:11:56

It was about £75 I think for an adult one. About £45 for the children.

Booyhoo Sat 02-Feb-13 15:41:34

i'm in NI so it would probably be belfast if i have to interview.

thanks too early how much does it cost to replace?

tooearlytobeup Sat 02-Feb-13 15:36:49

If it helps Ive just replaced ours and it was superfast. Posted them off last saturday morning and they arrived today! We didnt use check and send either.

Locketjuice Sat 02-Feb-13 15:35:55

Think you have to go to London and have an interview

GinandJag Sat 02-Feb-13 15:35:47

You won't have to attend an interview for a renewal, including a damaged passport.

My dog chewed my passport too when she was a puppy (part of a long list of expensive, chewed items).

Booyhoo Sat 02-Feb-13 15:33:45

i still have the chewed one. is it just a case of sending it off and paying for a replacement or will i have to attend an interview? it's a UK passport.

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