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Old 12-26-2011, 09:54 PM
Location: Manitoba
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I just heard on the news tonight, some travellers were denied entry into a Westjet flight to Mexico, because of water stain on their passport.

I am going to Jamaica in 17 days, through Westjet. My passport has some minor ink stain just on the corner of the passport. You don't really notice it much unless you look at it from the side when in close position. I am not too sure where that ink come from, but has been there before when I traveled to Europe and even Cuba, but both trip wasn't with Westjet. It is too late to get a new passport on time for this trip, but I know I will apply for a new one, shortly after our trip as mine will expire at the end of 2012.

Should I be consern?
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