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Old 9th May 2019, 06:44 AM
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Check with your local US Consulate (via their website). From what I can tell, you may be able to apply to replace a damaged passport card by mail - it's basically the same procedure as renewing a passport (same form even), but you check the box to indicate you only want the passport card.

Or, the simplest approach might be to take your US passport with you "just in case."
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