So I got a visa on arrival in a non-Schengen European country for 21 days and everything went smoothly; I got then stamped entry with a clear date and so I enjoyed 7 great days in this country. After 7 days, I traveled back to my country and so everything is fine as I respected the visa rules given and did not overstay.
However, the exit stamp on the visa on my passport has the day and almost the month clearly visible but is missing the '1' in the year '17' and so the year doesn't appear clearly.
- Will this be ever perceived as a problem for future visas and entries (EDIT: for other countries, not the same country since I am sure that electronically everything is fine for this country)? I am worried that it may be perceived as 'overstayed' since the complete date is not clear even though I have the same date stamped back as entry to my home country.
- Usually if people overstay, do they get an 'overstayed' stamp? In that case, any future officer will not care about the date of my exit since there is no 'overstayed' stamp?
Thanks for the answers.