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passport & visa - help!

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Dear all,

I will be travelling to several countries. Got all the tickets booked!

Now, I realized that upper left corner of my page in passport, the one with all details is slightly torn (c. 10mm). The passport is quite new though.

Firstly, to change passport/document details, I apparetnly need to pay each airline huge amount of money because I will be using different document (well, different ref/number in passport but same document). This will cost me at least 200-300 USD for each ticket.
I would have thought that to change name it will cost but to change a document, really?!

Secondly, I need US visa and I believe that they will be so picky and will tell me that my passport is damage.

Could you please give me your opinion on what is the best course of action?

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