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So what else should I have done? Trusted that the officers were correct, or asked to speak to a supervisor who might have been able to explain the system in more detail and with more seriousness than you seem to have gotten from the officer. How do you think will I have any problems when I travel to US again while entering[?] As amply explained ...


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The USA (as well as many other countries) are moving away from passport stamps to digital entry records. You can look up your USA entry record here: https://i94.cbp.dhs.gov/ It will tell you when you entered, how long you were granted entry until, what status, and when you left. It’s good to occasionally check to ensure it’s correct. Update 1: For other ...


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If you think about it, you actually didn't even see any CBP official when you exited the US by air: the US has no exit controls in this situation (the only officials you saw were TSA, but they only check you don't carry anything dangerous and vaguely that you are the person matching the ID you present — they have nothing to do with immigration, passport ...


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Just sharing my experience: some friends of mine of myself took the Buquebus boat service from Buenos Aires to Montevideo, then back from Montevideo to Buenos Aires on the same day in early January 2020. None of us received an Uruguayan stamp on their passport upon passing the Uruguayan immigration (we went through 2 Uruguayan immigration officers) at the ...


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Having done this a couple times I can say that your passport will be stamped twice: once for entry and once for exit. In general, the two immigration checks - Argentinian and Uruguayan - are back to back so the likelihood of missing out on a stamp is fairly low.


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