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As @BobBrown said in comments, we need to ask what problem the passport stamps are supposed to be solving. Turns out it is a security problem, but not in the way you are thinking (I think). Let's say I'm a Canadian visiting the UK. In addition to providing a record for the UK gov - which surely they're also recording in a database - it acts like a receipt ...


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There are very few countries that use the passport stamp as a means of "security" other than tagging the user with a date of entry or exit. Japan actually does have a QR Code as part of their stamp\sticker that will give an immigration official information about the owner when scanned. But as a matter of opinion I would say no this is not a good method of ...



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