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Copy of passports lost...any potential problems?

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Last November a copy of our passports was stolen from an outside zipper pocket of a suitcase somewhere between Rome and Atlanta, via Amsterdam.

We thought we were carrying the suitcase on, but KLM refused to allow it, even though we had done so on the way over.

We didn't file a report since nothing of real value was taken.

Now we are planning our October trip to Spain and it has occurred to us that perhaps we should make sure the passports have not been compromised in some way. We, of course, still have the actual passports.

Do we have anything to worry about? If so, what should we do?

Thanks for any information or help!

Byrd

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