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    #1

    File a complaint

    Hi there,
    Please help me out to express this!

    For example, my passport was stolen and I want to complain it to the police. How do I actually express it accurately?

    "I would like to make a complaint about the loss of my passport."
    "I would like to file a compliant about the loss of my passport."

    Am I right? Hopefully, I am wrong. Please correct me!

    Thank you!

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    #2

    Re: File a complaint

    Say:
    I want to report the theft of my passport.

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