Frequent question: Can I ask Israel not to stamp my passport?

How can I avoid stamping my passport in Israel?

Stamps at any border crossing (including those on the Egypt and Jordan sides of the border) act as proof that you’ve been to Israel. You should request that the Immigration Officers stamp on your blue slip of paper instead of your passport. This way, you avoid getting an Israel passport stamp.

Do they stamp your passport when you go to Israel?

Today, that question might still be asked but the answer is simple. The Israeli passport stamp is no more. Rather, border officials give you an entry visa automatically on a piece of paper. No more stamps in passports.

Can I go to Dubai if I have an Israeli stamp in my passport?

Many people, and online sources, will say UAE visas (and entry to Dubai, Abu Dhabi, or other UAE emirates) are not permitted for anyone with an Israeli stamp in their passport.

Which countries can’t go to Israel?

Citizens of countries that are or were in direct conflict with Istael can’t visit. This list includes Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Iran and Libya. Other Muslim countries (about 50) usually gorbid their citizens to visit Israel. Some, like Pakistan, Algeria, Afghanistan, Turkmrnistan and Yemen enforce it.

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What if my passport was not stamped?

Other countries may or may not stamp your passport – again, they are not required to do so. Just remember that if your passport and / or GC were swiped in the US, then the DHS has a record of your entry, even if it is not reflected in your passport. If. Passport stamp is not the only way to prove one’s travel dates.

Which countries do not accept Israel as a state?

(Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Syria and Yemen do not recognise Israel as a state.) (Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan do not recognise Israel as a state.)

How many stamps are allowed in a passport?

Each page potentially has space for six entry and exit stamps with room to spare, and yet many immigration officials just flip to the first blank page they see and stamp wherever they like.

Which countries do not stamp your passport?

A few countries issue only entry stamps, including Canada, El Salvador, Ireland, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, the United Kingdom and the United States. Australia, Hong Kong, Israel, Macau and South Korea do not stamp passports upon entry nor exit.

Does Aruba stamp your passport?

Citizens. A valid passport at the time of travel with at least one blank page for an entry stamp and a completed ED-Card (Embarkation-Disembarkation Card) are required when entering Aruba.

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