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Do you keep your passport current?

When did you last use it?

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Yes, I keep my passport current even though I no longer have the desire to travel.

For the amount involved every five years, I probably will keep on doing this just in case I should ever change my mind.

I have a problem lifting due to an accident and have only been in Australia and on cruises since my accident and renewed my passport a year ago in case I go on a cruise again.
by Finy
Let my passport expire, and I haven't renewed it yet. It's not that I don't want to travel, it all comes down to lack of funds. Once I start saving up for an out-of-country vacation, I'll start the process of renewal.
Makes sense; fair enough!
by donjo
I used mine in 1992 to take my last son to the United States to see his Grandparents in California.
Had a great time too.

Since then have not used it or kept current :(
Nope, it's expensive and a hassle. I can see how it might be worthwhile for people who are more likely to need to travel, but not me. I haven't used mine in more than ten years.
Yes, I do. I used it last just over 12 months ago.
by Rice
Yes. We went on a cruise to Fiji and New Zealand a couple of years ago. Never know when you might need it again.
Nope. Too bee expensive.
Many years' ago, when younger, & there wasn't the 'drama' one has to go through nowadays!

May renew, if get 'bitten' by 'Travel Bug'!
Yes, always. Love travel. That keeps me going!
And used it twice last year and will use it soon.
Uuuuummmmmmmm. I don't actualy have a passport. Have never had one.
I like to keep my passport current. I last used it in Feb of 2015...
by Vee
Yes I do as I travel on a regular basis to the UK and USA. Last trip was about 12 months ago.
Yes. My passport is current and used to go to Disneyland with my youngest daughter and children almost 3 years ago now. The children have had theirs renewed recently to go on a Pacific Island cruise with their mother and my husband yesterday. I will be using mine next September to go on a European river cruise with my girlfriend.
Yes I always keep my passport current. I last used it a couple of weeks ago in New Zealand.
by AJ
Yes I do keep my passport current. I used it about 3 weeks ago on a cruise to the South Pacific.
Yes I do keep my passport current. I used it about 3 weeks ago on a cruise to the South Pacific.
My passport is current. I traveled in 2014 and I plan on more travel.
I keep it current as I don't know when I'll need to use it.
I’m now using my 7th passport, which runs out in 2018. Ours are 10 year passports.The last time I used it was in Sept & Oct 2015, for a 5 week south pacific cruise to 13 ports. We use our passports most years.I’ve still got all my old ones, the 1st being when I turned 21, I went over seas with my parents for 5 months minus 1 week!
I used it again, August 2017, for a 3 day visit to Singapore followed by 12 days in Bali. We'll use it again on a south pacific cruise in February/March 2018.
by Miro
Yes mine is current as I'm cruising down the Rhine, next stop Cologne. Pays to keep it current particularly when you have relatives living in Europe.
Yes mine is current as I'm cruising down the Rhine, next stop Cologne. Pays to keep it current particularly when you have relatives living in Europe.
Helga, Did you enjoy visiting your relatives in Europe, during your Rhine cruise?
It sounded like a trip 'made in heaven'
by Miro
Hi Miro. The River Cruise was excellent, food unbelievable, wines, etc. always available to the point where, even though I'm a wine drinker, I was having water at times because there was so much available and that's saying something as the guys I used to work with wouldn't believe I wasn't drinking. Places I went to, people I met were so interesting and I learnt a lot. My husband's relatives didn't speak much English although one of his cousins spent a year learning so she could converse with me even though the children were all taught English in school, they were embarassed to speak as they thought they would make a mistake. It was a trip I'd love to do again but probably won't as I used part of the money my late mother left me so unless my lotto numbers come up, at least I have wonderful memories.
by helga
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