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If you are talking about the stamp in your passport - I know that this is an old question, but just for future information - for a few years now, Israel do not stamp ANYONE arriving at the airport even if you want to. ( except very special cases ). They just issue a printed slip like some otheer countries that abolished the stamps ( Hong kong, Macau etc.. ). ...


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I entered the country the 10/06/19 via the Ben Gurion airport, and was given the piece of paper shown at the top below. No stamp on passport. As you can see, is a standard B2 tourist visa, lasting for 3 months. Importantly, I did not ask for a separate paper. I was paying a lot of attention to the people before me and in other queues, and I never saw or ...


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