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I lost my passport when I was a minor. Do I now fill out the lost passport form under my maiden or married name?Are you submitting the form with an application for a new passport? If so, fill it out using the name on that application, which would be your current name.If you’re not applying for a new passport at this time, and wish to report your passport lost or stolen, you can do so by phone at 1-877-487-2778. That’s probably the easiest route.
Have you ever begged for something in your life?Yes. In July 2001, I transitioned from a confident businessmanto this in Petty France, Central LondonTime elapsed: just two hours or so.Pretty amazing just how quickly life can turn around, and it was only after later watching the Michael Douglas film called ‘Falling Down’ I realized what could happen in reality.Well, I never got to the gun stage but it was bizarre what happened.I had set out that afternoon from my house in the Midlands in England. I was going to check into a motel at the Motorway services at Heston, just a short hop from Heathrow airport, and then fly out the next day to LA for a two week business trip.I arrived at the motel parking lot at 2:30 PM, left my carry-on bag and my check-in bag in the trunk of the car, and went to the reception. It was all locked up and there was a note on the door: Check in will be available at 3:00 pm. So I went and had a coffee in the restaurant nearby.Returning to the car at 3:15 pm I opened the trunk to get my bags and discovered the carry-on bag was not in the trunk. Strange, so I searched the car and for sure the bag was not there, so I called home just to check if it was still there - no, it was not.Oh dear: I had a big problem, tickets, passport, credit cards gone, plus a few other things but not that vital, but no passport and tickets, so no flight the next day.Disaster! but I tried to keep calm.I went back to the motel reception and checked in and explained that somehow my passport and tickets and cards had been stolen so the receptionist called the police for me. Wow - zero interest; I was just given a crime number for my insurance. Now it was pre-911, but they suggested I call the Passport Office. It was of no interest to them if a terrorist used my passport and tickets to get on the plane and blow it up, as they were just concerned with local matters.Now at this point I had some sort of fantasy and conjured up a vision of somehow my passport being returned at Heathrow the next day from the ‘terrorist’ who had stolen my passport whilst trying to board my flight with a bomb.I would be hailed as a hero and upgraded to first class, so all I had to do was get on the phone to the passport office and speak to the top guy and bingo, James Bond or some equivalent would be on the case.I called the passport office in Petty France Central London and eventually got through to some bored lady in the ‘lost passport department’.“Lost passport, well if you can get here by 4:30 PM we might be able to help. After that we open at 8:00 AM tomorrow”.I glanced at my watch - it was 3:40 PM so asked the receptionist to call a cab to get me to central London.Thinking I would get this and the ‘Knowledge ’.No. I got thisand a Croatian driver who had just started work that day, and it was his first job ever in London.As I was in a hurry I did not notice at first what kind of heap I was getting into so just told the driver the address and promised him double the fare if he got me there in half an hour…He looked somewhat confused then stuffed a rather worn London A to Z street map into my hands and said excitedly, “Like movie, No? You be map, I drive like crazy, let’s go man”.Oh no, off we screeched, the first bit was fine as it was the motorway but then when we got onto the streets he was unstoppable, “I taxi, I go in bus lane, I show you how we drive in Croatia, you see, London no problem, driver is pussy here”.Now I just concentrated on guiding him and we somehow were outside the Passport Office in Petty France within 30 minutes and I was still alive.The driver was really pleased with himself , “You see mister, Croatia is number one, I get you here now you give me one hundred pounds please”.He was pointing to a notice on the dashboard, ‘standard fare, Heathrow to Central London £50, so I was going to have to pay double. Oh shit! All I had was £5 cash and some $ travelers checks. All of my cards and any other means of payment had gone with my carry-on bag.Cunning plan though as I was in a rush. “ Look I need a ride back so can you wait?” He had a think, “ Ah, OK like in movies you like James Bond, no, you kill man here and we go quick, it is no problem, just like home, I wait and then we go very fast”.Right. So I entered the passport office, determined to get some action going and sort out my situation. I had 15 minutes maximum so scanned the waiting area and the windows where one gets service. Now I thought I was in luck as there was a window for ‘Lost, stolen and missing passports’ so went on over - no queue so was sure I would get some help.I patiently explained my predicament, and my concern that I was the victim of a terrorist plot to blow up a trans-Atlantic airliner, and they must mobilize all forces to trap the terrorist at the airport tomorrow and get my passport back.The woman glanced at her watch and looked totally disinterested. She pushed a large form over to me and said, “Please fill it in and we will see what we can do. You have 5 minutes. If you cannot fill it in now and supply all of the documents required, you will need to come back in the morning with everything needed.”I looked at the list, Original Birth certificate, Signed reference from a professional person, photos and so on, so no chance: it was at least a week's work.I was starting to panic a little now, “ But what about the terrorist who is going to blow up the plane tomorrow? Can you not get people at the airport to intercept him and get my passport back? I know the flight number and everything.”.By this time the office had about three minutes to close and a Somali lady had come up behind me and was waiting patiently. So the passport lady just said, “ Sir please go and fill in the form as you are holding up the queue; there are no terrorists and if you do not get out of the line I will get security to come and remove you from the building”.That was it then — my trip trashed, my only hope of foiling a terrorist attack ridiculed and I now had the prospect of just going back to the motel and then going home defeated.The taxi was still waiting outside - I suppose that was a bonus. Slight problem though, how to pay him…As we drove down the street I spotted a Bureau de Change with a teller window out onto the street, so asked the driver to pull up.I went over to the window pulled out some USD dollar Amex travelers’ checks, signed them and passed them over. They were for $300.The lady teller had a look and asked for my passport or some other ID, which of course I did not have as it had been stolen.She just passed them back and said , “No ID Sir, no money”.That was it - I was totally defeated, yet again , crushed and no way to go, I had trashed my business trip, failed to foil a terrorist attack and was now at the mercy of a Croatian taxi driver who needed payment.I pushed the checks back and tried reason but to no avail, then I asked to speak to her supervisor. An older lady appeared and I tried again but the same answer.So it was time to beg big time, I got down on my knees and with eyes brimming with tears begged that they could please give me some money.Eventually after a few minutes it worked and the cash was handed over and then I was back in the taxi.The driver was a bit confused, “We go fast again and double money”.“No just normal please” I told him, I still had to read the map though.Arriving back at the hotel I paid him his £150 and he was really pleased and told me next time I wanted to “Make the hit in London like Jameses Bond spy , I am driver for sure”.I entered the motel and set off for my room, totally defeated, life was a shit and I was a complete waste of space.Halfway along the corridor my mobile rang.“Are you Mr. Morgan”Me: “yes”“Did you lose a black bag with tickets and passport in it”.Me: “yes”Just then of course my mobile started to bleep with the low battery signal.I just screamed down the phone “Look give me your address now I am on my way”The lady at the other end seemed a bit put out but gave me the address which I wrote on the corridor wall as I had no paper to hand.OK back to reception and asked for a taxi to try and get the bag back.Well guess who turned up?“ We go and make hit now, you is like Jameses Bond, you spy, I tell my family back home I am driver for crazy killer man”Anyway I still had to read the A to Z map for him, just like ‘James Bond’.We arrived at a run-down housing project on the outskirts of South London, and when I rang the bell on the entry phone a nice lady came out and handed the carry-on bag to me, saying she had found it in the bushes at the front of her apartment block, had seen my filofax with my contact details in it and called me.She refused any offer of money and just wished me well on my trip and that was it.When I got back to the hotel I paid off the driver and he winked at me, “You have lady boss like James Bond, Lady M, I remember him from film”.Incredibly nearly everything in the bag was intact, passport tickets, credit cards, work documents, just a US-compatible mobile phone and a small bag of USD in cash had gone.Of course the next day at the airport having a ‘stolen passport’ was going to be a problem.No, nothing happened and that first gin and tonic on the plane was like ambrosia of the Gods.I had a lot of questions as to what had happened and found out a while later what had occurred to that small black bag and remembered that was not the first time in my possession it had returned like a boomerang after being lost in mysterious circumstances.The kind lady was sent a bouquet of flowers and a thank you letter.My begging career on the streets of London was very short but a great lesson in how things can go wrong when you are cruising along in life.
What happens when a passport of a passenger on an international flight gets damaged or lost?I call this my $2000 Sushi lunch story. I was going from San Francisco (SFO) to Tokyo (NRT) on a business trip. At SFO my passport was checked three times, first at the check in gate, second when I bought some wine at duty free and finally just before I boarded the flight. Once I was in the jet way I was called over to pick up bags with my duty free items from a cart.I board the plane and settle in for 9+ hour flight to NRT. An hour before landing we are given landing cards to fill out so I fish out a pen and look for my passport so I can write my passport # correctly. I can’t find it. Looked through every pocket, upturned the contents of every bag, lifted seat cushions around me. Nada, nowhere to be found. By this time the purser had noticed and she says, “This will become a problem”. After landing and after the passengers deplaned, the staff helped me search again high and low. No luck.Rather than wait in line for immigration check, I approached a Japanese immigration officer and informed him of my situation so he leads me down some long hallway into what appears to be a holding cell deep in the bowls of the terminal building. No windows, bright lights, hard bench, and a Middle Eastern man standing under the vent fan blowing cigarette smoke into the ceiling fan. Left here to stew for what seemed like eternity. Almost bummed a cigg from my cell mate to ease the tension.Two immigration officers come in along with a United Airlines ground staff who was bilingual. I explained what had happened and showed them a color photocopy of my passport pages that I always keep separately. I explained that I had travelled to Japan numerous times on this very same passport without incident and they could look me up in their system.After some translation and conversations, the United guy calls the US Embassy and puts me on the phone. I speak with the embassy staff. They say no problem since I know the passport number, etc. they could issue me an emergency replacement within 2 hours when I visit the embassy in Tokyo.Now here comes the twist, per Japanese law, I can not enter the country and go to the US Embassy without a passport or travel document. So this first option is not really an option.Option two was that if I wait till its morning in SFO, they will call the United gate agent to see if my passport has been found/ turned-in. If it is located, UA will send it on their next flight to NRT. Couple of problems with this option. The Japanese officers say I can not leave the airport while I wait. I am welcome to stay at the airport hotel and will have to hire a private security guard @ $350/night at my expense to stand outside my door until my passport arrives. UA guy points out that there is no guarantee that my passport would be located.Option three is that I apply for ‘special permission’ to enter Japan without a passport. This application may or may not be granted. Even if it is granted and I am allowed in, my name will forever be on some “Watch List” and every time I return to Japan, I will be subjected to secondary questioning and hassles at immigrations.Finally after some rounds of discussions, Option 4 is offered. I would get back on the same aircraft I came on which was to depart in 4 hours and return to US without me ever having ‘entered’ Japan.After mulling it over a bit, I choose option #4, as option #3 was not advisable if I intended to continue my frequent business trips to Japan. I was issued a new boarding pass and waited with everyone else to board to SFO flight. This is when I had my $2060 sushi lunch ($2,000 for RT air ticket + $60 for sushi).Thankfully I was flying business class otherwise another 10 hour flight would have been miserable. I survived it and upon landing went straight to secondary passport inspection counter and showed them my passport photocopy. They brought up my picture on screen and asked me some personal identification questions and logged me in. Told me to file a lost passport report a.s.a.p. and waved me right through. I probably cleared immigration faster than the majority of other passengers.By this time my internal clock is totally out of whack, having traversed 18 time zones in a 24 hour span. I stayed up till three in the morning SFO time and gave my presentation to my team in Tokyo over a Video Call from my kitchen table.Lesson learnt: Hold on to your passport real tight. Carry photocopies of travel documents and hide them in your luggage and/or upload pics of important docs to a cloud drive.p.s. I checked with United and the Airport’s lost & found department. My passport was never turned in. Filed a lost passport report and applied for a new one.
How do I fill out an Indian passport form online?You need to be careful while filling up the Passport form online. If is better if you download the Passport form and fill it up offline. You can upload the form again after you completely fill it up. You can check the complete procedure to know : How to Apply for Indian Passport Online ?
How do I fill out the Annexure B form for a passport?Specimen Annexure-B can be seen at the following link -http://passportindia.gov.in/AppO...It can be seen that following data has to be filled in the form -Date of Birth ………………………………..Place of Birth ………………………………..Educational Qualification ………………………………..Profession (Govt./Private Service/Others) ………………………………..Permanent Address .………………………………..Present Address …………………………………Thus filling the form is not a problem as the applicants must know the above mentioned particulars.The real issue lies in getting it signed by the authorities who are authorized to issue the same as listed in the format.
How does my girlfriend get a passport if she lost her birth certificate? For context, we’re going to Brazil and she has a USA passport, and an expired Brazil passport. She no longer has her birth certificate and can’t get the Brazil passport renewed.You need to explain why she believes that she can’t renew her Brazilian passport. And also why she hasn’t asked the nearest Brazilian consulate rather than us random strangers on Quora. This can’t be the first time this has happened to a Brazilian citizen in the US.
One of my friends lost her Indian passport in the UK. What is the procedure to apply for a new passport?1. Go to nearest police stationGo to the nearest police station where you are, file a police report (tell them where you lost your passport), they will give you a copy of police report in about 30 minutes. Dont be afraid to go to the police station. Police report is one of most important documents you must have in hand proving your the loss/theft of your passport along with other valuables.2. Call the Indian embassyCall the indian embassy at the emergency lines and let them know your about your passport loss, They are there to help you. Here is a complete list or google the embassy website.Indian Missions / Posts Emergency Telephone Numbers for Consular Related Grievanceshttp://www.mea.gov.in/indian-mis...3. Apply for duplicate passportThe indian embassy/consulate will help you apply for duplicate passport, most likely you will need to apply in person. It should take about 7 days minimum to get your passport (sometimes more depends on the embassy), as the passports are printed in India and had to come back. Hand written passports are phased outs. Prepare your hotel bookings accordingly.Passport application form duly filled in online (online not the downloadable one) at http://passport.gov.in/nri/Onlin... then saved, printed and completed in all respects, duly signed including affixing of photo as per specifications given in the link Guidelines for photographs and Sample Photographs,Copy of Police Report regarding loss of passportCopy of Lost Passport (front & back pages)Copy of Visa & Air ticketsPersonal application citing reasons for immediate issue of Duplicate PassportPay the passport feeCollect the passport at the embassy.4. Get your lost visas backIf you have had any previous visas also lost with the passport, then you can get them back by contacting the respective embassy of the foreign country that issued your visa. For example, if you have had french visa, call the french consulate where you are and notify them. It will take a couple of days for them to issue youThey will probably require your scans of old visa, new passport and police report. They cannot affix visa without your new indian passport. If you hold a residence permit, they will give you a statement which many airlines accept allowing your onward journey.If they are unable to issue Duplicate Passport apply for Emergency Travel Document:PurposeAn Emergency Travel Document is issued for the following reasons:Damaged PassportStolen PassportLost or misplaced PassportBurnt PassportAn Emergency Travel Document can be issued to an Indian on vacation, sightseeing or residing in a foreign country. The document is given in situations where a new passport cannot be issued without approval from India.ProcessWhen you realize you do not have a passport to enter India again, you need to visit the Indian Mission of the country you are in presently. You can also the website of the Indian Embassy in the country you are in.The application form might be available online which you can fill and submit. Follow the instructions and select the correct form.Ensure you read all the instructions on the form carefully and follow the procedure as mentioned to avoid any delays and hassles in your application.A personal interview with the consular officer is required in order to approve the Emergency Travel Document.The application cannot be mailed.You will be required to provide some form of identification to prove that you are Indian. Keep all necessary documents ready.Approach the consular wing to get your interviewa with the consular officer. The consular officer will make a decision which will be final.The ETD issued will have a validity of 1 month and you will have to travel back to India before its expiry.
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