Sorry, no way that I know of. The layer of glue that holds the plastic on is bonded to the paper, especially if it was heat laminated. Some chemicals might dissolve the glue, but they would likely also damage the document (causing the paper to wrinkle and tear, or dissolving the ink as well, for example). There was a glue/adhesive used – it was in a solid form, layered on the plastic. Passing it through the hot machine melted the glue so the plastic layers would bond to each other and the document.
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If the lamination was made with 2 pieces of plastic merely melted together at the edges, cut off the clear plastic edging on the side. You will see a line, almost like the line at the edge of water in a glass, right next to the paper. This line is air, meaning the plastic is not adhered together there. This is where you cut. Once you have cut all edges well, you will find the lamination basically falls apart, although you do need to peel gently.
If the lamination was done with sticky stuff, like tape you are out of luck (called cold lamination). However, this is a recent technique and the melt process is more common.
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I have often done this using a steam iron. Place a towel or some other cloth (a pillow case maybe) between the iron and the document allow it to get as hot as possible, without burning the cloth or allowing the lamination to curl. It should peel right off. You may have to repeat the process. This process also works in the reverse. It will laminate a document for you.