my passport first page or my passport's first page

I have seen someone wrote ‘my passport’s first page’. I thought it’s wrong. As far as I know you can’t put 's for inanimate object excpet for time.

That “rule” seems to be common among English learners but utterly unknown to native speakers, who assign the possessive-s to inanimate objects all the time.

However, having written that, I’d still be more likely to say “the first page of my passport” in many circumstances.

Thanks. but it was written under the bullet point of - copy of my passport’s first page. Rewritting it to copy of the first page of my passport will have to reword wording in other bullet points.

I don’t see why that should change the parallelism of the bulleting- they are both possessive noun phrases.