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I'm a notary in the state of Vermont, USA. I personally believe I can use common sense when it comes to using a passport or similar document to identify a person who is about to sign a document that needs to be notarized. But there are some notaries who believe in a mythical "more but not less" rule. They think that if the name on the document is ...


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Would these stamps always be given on request (e.g., for Americans who want to prove that they did not overstay in a foreign country)? No, according to https://stuff.mit.edu/people/stransky/us_entry_passport_stamps.html (mirror): Ports of entry I've used with no stamp received, even after asking: Laurier, Washington San Ysidro, California El Paso, Texas ...


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