What are passport stamps?

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Passport stamps is a rubber stamp inked impression in the passport. It is received when one enters or exits a country. Sometimes stamps may be stickers, especially when entering the country of Japan.
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1. Visit the consulate or embassy website of the country you intend to visit. Here you will find information concerning whether a visa is required for your trip. Whether a visa is
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Ive gotten my (US) passport stamped on US arrival, although its very rare. The stamping in the movie was probably just symbolic of his return. If I recall correctly, the stamp in
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Our stamp for the National Parks Passport is located inside the Visitor Center. Please not that we cannot send you a stamp to paste into your passport. However, we do have paper for
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The stamps that you get on your passport are called exit and entry stamps. Thanks
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