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User currently offlineEastern023 From United States of America, joined Jul 2006, 882 posts, RR: 0
Posted (5 years 6 months 1 week 23 hours ago) and read 17914 times:

Flying IAD-CDG-FRA on 7/17. Then FRA-CPH and also CPH-GOT. All intra-schengen flights. How do I maximize my passport stamping. Does france stamp passport at arrival and departure?
Thanks all,

Rudy


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User currently offlinePNQIAD From India, joined May 2006, 587 posts, RR: 0
Reply 1, posted (5 years 6 months 1 week 23 hours ago) and read 17907 times:

I believe that your passport will only be stamped at point of entry and exit from Schengen area. There are no passport control when transiting withing Schengen. At least based on my experience recently doing a IAD-CDG-FCO and VCE-CDG-IAD - only passport control and stamping was at CDG.

User currently offlineStylo777 From Germany, joined Feb 2006, 3022 posts, RR: 11
Reply 2, posted (5 years 6 months 1 week 23 hours ago) and read 17899 times:

yepp, arrival and departure stamp in CDG! between the Schengen countries there are no passport controls...

User currently offlineDAL763ER From United States of America, joined Oct 2008, 570 posts, RR: 0
Reply 3, posted (5 years 6 months 1 week 23 hours ago) and read 17895 times:

Hi,
From what I know, you'll only get an arrival stamp at CDG and that's about it. Maybe another one when you go back to the States. But all other flights CDG-FRA-CPH-GOT are intra-Schengen flights - domestic flights, basically. You don't have passport controls on either arrival or departure from those airports.

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User currently offlineEastern023 From United States of America, joined Jul 2006, 882 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (5 years 6 months 1 week 11 hours ago) and read 17572 times:

In another note. What is the situation of Norway. Do they stamp going from Sweden?


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User currently offlineRussianJet From Belgium, joined Jul 2007, 7719 posts, RR: 21
Reply 5, posted (5 years 6 months 1 week 11 hours ago) and read 17554 times:

You should indeed get stamped at CDG, but there's no guarantee that they'll even bother doing that. They certainly should, but it seems that half the time they would rather sleep.


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User currently offlineSASD209 From British Indian Ocean Territory, joined Oct 2007, 642 posts, RR: 0
Reply 6, posted (5 years 6 months 1 week 11 hours ago) and read 17532 times:



Quoting RussianJet (Reply 5):
You should indeed get stamped at CDG, but there's no guarantee that they'll even bother doing that. They certainly should, but it seems that half the time they would rather sleep.

With over 10 years of traveling to/from/through France by air, sea, and land, I'd say it's 50/50 that you'll get a stamp. I should have 2 passports full of French stamps, but total it's about 3 pages. I'm not making any commentary about the French immigration procedures, just stating a fact as it applies to my travels. I'm sure there is a reason for the seemingly 'inconsistent' treatment.


User currently offlineRussianJet From Belgium, joined Jul 2007, 7719 posts, RR: 21
Reply 7, posted (5 years 6 months 1 week 11 hours ago) and read 17524 times:



Quoting SASD209 (Reply 6):
I'm sure there is a reason for the seemingly 'inconsistent' treatment.

Yes. They don't seem to take border controls seriously enough, but then they're not alone in Schengen in that regard.



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User currently offlinePrebennorholm From Denmark, joined Mar 2000, 6539 posts, RR: 54
Reply 8, posted (5 years 6 months 1 week 11 hours ago) and read 17490 times:



Quoting Eastern023 (Reply 4):
In another note. What is the situation of Norway. Do they stamp going from Sweden?

Norway is a full Schengen member (even if she is not an EU member). So is Iceland, and also Switzerland is now implementing their Schengen membership.

Intra Schengen traffic is done from separate gates or separate terminals where you simply don't pass any passport control. (Except at small airports when planes happen to land simultaneously from both Schengen and non-Schengen countries, then passport police may ask to see the ticket too see if you are an intra Schengen traveller or not. Very few such small airports within Schengen have any significant non-Schengen traffic).

But I recommend that you use your passport to prove your identity at any check-in and security control. I do that even on a 30 minutes domestic jump within Denmark. Passports are well known and fairly standadised identity documents as opposed to driver's licenses and such.



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User currently offlineZRH From Switzerland, joined Nov 1999, 5569 posts, RR: 36
Reply 9, posted (5 years 6 months 1 week 3 hours ago) and read 17322 times:



Quoting Prebennorholm (Reply 8):
Norway is a full Schengen member (even if she is not an EU member). So is Iceland, and also Switzerland is now implementing their Schengen membership.

Yes, Switzerland is a full Schengen member since March 2009.


User currently offlineBwest From Belgium, joined Jul 2006, 1380 posts, RR: 3
Reply 10, posted (5 years 6 months 1 week 3 hours ago) and read 17299 times:



Quoting RussianJet (Reply 7):

Yes. They don't seem to take border controls seriously enough, but then they're not alone in Schengen in that regard.

And it's really annoying! Passport stamps are practically the only way of checking if someone overstayed their visa. Also, if a foreigner stayed abroad too long it can influence his residence status, another thing that practically only can be checked by passport stamps. So when the stamps are not there, it's impossible to detect this fraud. Very annoying, and it's true, the French are experts at not stamping passports. The Swiss had some trouble implementing the rules when they just joined Schengen, but now seem to do quite ok.

I'm not too big a fan of Schengen. The border controls in the different countries are not aligned with each other yet and the area is in my opinion just too big.



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User currently offlineTurkishSky From Turkey, joined Mar 2004, 244 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (5 years 6 months 1 week 2 hours ago) and read 17232 times:

Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Iceland (nonEU)
Italy
Latvia
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Malta
Netherlands
Norway (nonEU)
Poland
Portugal
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland (nonEU)

Above are all Schengen countries. That means when you travel between these countries you always remain within the Schengen territory and you do not have to go thru any passport checkpoints.

EU Countries that are not part of Schengen Agreement:
Bulgaria
Cyprus
Ireland
Romania
United Kingdom



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User currently offlineRussianJet From Belgium, joined Jul 2007, 7719 posts, RR: 21
Reply 12, posted (5 years 6 months 1 week 2 hours ago) and read 17216 times:



Quoting Bwest (Reply 10):
And it's really annoying!

Too right it is. I am totally sick of it.

Quoting Bwest (Reply 10):
Passport stamps are practically the only way of checking if someone overstayed their visa.

Yup, and I see it way too often.

Quoting Bwest (Reply 10):
I'm not too big a fan of Schengen. The border controls in the different countries are not aligned with each other yet and the area is in my opinion just too big.

Well said. Every time I see such instances I am very, very glad that the UK is not part of Schengen. In the UK, despite what the media might say, if passengers don't get controlled then heads will roll.



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User currently offlinePhollingsworth From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2004, 825 posts, RR: 5
Reply 13, posted (5 years 6 months 1 week 1 hour ago) and read 17156 times:



Quoting Bwest (Reply 10):
And it's really annoying! Passport stamps are practically the only way of checking if someone overstayed their visa.

They are not particularly reliable even for that. The number of stamps that I have that are near unreadable or unreadable is quite high. Further, in many cases it is what is entered in the computer DB that holds sway. Of course, quite often when they don't stamp the passport they don't swipe it either.


User currently offlineTristarSteve From Sweden, joined Nov 2005, 4069 posts, RR: 33
Reply 14, posted (5 years 6 months 1 week 1 hour ago) and read 17151 times:



Quoting Prebennorholm (Reply 8):
Norway is a full Schengen member (even if she is not an EU member).

Before Norway joined Schengen, there was a Scandinavian passport union. You could travel from Sweden to Norway without passport control. But there was no separate line. You got to passport control in Norway, waved your ARN boarding pass and said Arlanda, and the guy opened the gate. It wasn't until about my 10th visit, that I was told this only applied to Scandinavian passport holders!


User currently offlinePanHAM From Germany, joined May 2005, 9739 posts, RR: 31
Reply 15, posted (5 years 6 months 1 week 1 hour ago) and read 17103 times:

For citizens of some countries it is extremely difficult to get a Schengen Visa in first place and I now people who did overstay 3 days and had to pay a penalty on the spot. plus the additional difficulty on the next application.

Border police may be more lenient to US or Canadian citizens, for example, as they are usually not the ones disappearing into illegality in Europe. The "problem" here is, that each state has its own way of enforcing the EU law.

What really annoys me all the time is, that here in Germany, the border police does not enforce strictly the channels for EU and non EU citizens, Regardless what passport they have, they can queue up at any line.



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User currently offlineSflaflight From United States of America, joined Nov 2005, 1183 posts, RR: 1
Reply 16, posted (5 years 6 months 6 days 20 hours ago) and read 16911 times:



Quoting PanHAM (Reply 15):
The "problem" here is, that each state has its own way of enforcing the EU law.

...and is becoming a huge problem as illegals are getting smarter and entering the Schengen zone through those ''easier'' countries. It's time the EU and non EU countries get their act together and create one centralized agency.

BTW, if yiu think the French are lax, check out the Italians! Everytime I enter the EU at MXP, the agents dont even look at the picture!


User currently offlineDocPepz From Singapore, joined May 2001, 1971 posts, RR: 3
Reply 17, posted (5 years 6 months 6 days 19 hours ago) and read 16897 times:

I think it's quite dangerous that the different Schengen countries don't key in details of passengers arriving from non Schengen countries.

When I was on exchange in France a few years ago, they stamped my passport maybe 40% of the time when I travelled between the UK and France. When I arrived from SIN, most of the time they waved me through without even opening my passport.

When I entered Vienna from London last December, the immigration officer stamped my passport without looking at it.... and keyed nothing into the computer system. Maybe I'm from a low risk country and all that.... but even then shouldn't they still at least key in your details and match the inbound passenger to his passport?

It shouldn't be too difficult for all the Schengen countries' border control authorities to implement this right?


User currently offlineAverageUser From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 18, posted (5 years 6 months 6 days 17 hours ago) and read 16804 times:



Quoting TristarSteve (Reply 14):

Before Norway joined Schengen, there was a Scandinavian passport union.

For the benefit of the purists who want to keep "Scandinavia" and the "Nordic countries" as separate concepts, let me add that also Finland was a member of the union (est. 1954) , and that free movement of people and later goods (excluding agriculturals) was included as well.


User currently offlineEastern023 From United States of America, joined Jul 2006, 882 posts, RR: 0
Reply 19, posted (5 years 6 months 6 days 17 hours ago) and read 16785 times:

So what do you do at CDG. Can you ask for one and they give you a stamp?


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User currently offlineBa757gla From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2006, 760 posts, RR: 2
Reply 20, posted (5 years 6 months 6 days 17 hours ago) and read 16772 times:

You could certainly ask for a stamp ! I have a EU passport and all the stamps in my new passport are from EU countries . Does Croatia stamp UK passports ?

User currently offlineARGinLON From Vatican City, joined Jun 2005, 614 posts, RR: 0
Reply 21, posted (5 years 6 months 6 days 17 hours ago) and read 16726 times:

The UK until the tube attacks in July 2005 was exactly the same in terms of enforcing passport control. Every time I travel through LON airports, my EC passport was hardly looked at. They wouldn’t even bother with flipping the pages or something, they would just check the burgundy cover and that was all.
This changed after JUL05 and now they scan them.


User currently offlineRedChili From Norway, joined Jul 2005, 2304 posts, RR: 5
Reply 22, posted (5 years 6 months 6 days 15 hours ago) and read 16631 times:



Quoting TristarSteve (Reply 14):
Before Norway joined Schengen, there was a Scandinavian passport union. You could travel from Sweden to Norway without passport control. But there was no separate line. You got to passport control in Norway, waved your ARN boarding pass and said Arlanda, and the guy opened the gate. It wasn't until about my 10th visit, that I was told this only applied to Scandinavian passport holders!

Ah, those were the days of true freedom!

Between 1989-1991 I made a lot of flights between FBU and ARN. At that time, believe it or not, it was perfectly legal for a Nordic citizen to travel on a flight within the Nordic countries without a single ID-card!



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User currently offlineJsnww81 From United States of America, joined Jan 2002, 2074 posts, RR: 15
Reply 23, posted (5 years 6 months 6 days 15 hours ago) and read 16625 times:



Quoting Sflaflight (Reply 16):
BTW, if yiu think the French are lax, check out the Italians! Everytime I enter the EU at MXP, the agents dont even look at the picture!

They're both terrible. I've had officials at CDG not only forget to stamp my passport, but they then told me "no" when I asked for a stamp.

I just passed through FCO a few weeks ago and the officer opened my passport up and stamped it without looking at my photo or scanning the first page. Small wonder the EU has no idea how many immigrants are pouring through its borders...

I've found the Germans to be the most diligent in stamping passports and enforcing the rules. At FRA they seem to spend quite a bit of time reviewing each passport, and when you leave they always search for your entrance stamp and put the exit stamp right next to it.

Quoting Ba757gla (Reply 20):
You could certainly ask for a stamp !

This does sometimes work. I flew from LIS to MAD on Iberia a few years ago - a completely intra-Schengen service - and walked over to the entrance to the non-Schengen area at LIS where the passport control is located. It was about 7am and there were no lines, so I explained to the officer that I was looking for proof that I had been to Portugal. He was happy to stamp me in - but he changed the date stamp to 00-JAN-0000 first, so that there would be no actual date involved.

Quoting ARGinLON (Reply 21):
The UK until the tube attacks in July 2005 was exactly the same in terms of enforcing passport control. Every time I travel through LON airports, my EC passport was hardly looked at. They wouldn’t even bother with flipping the pages or something, they would just check the burgundy cover and that was all.
This changed after JUL05 and now they scan them.

I'm still amazed that the UK has not instituted exit controls, like the Schengen nations. The UK is one of the most security-obsessed countries I've ever visited (almost worse than my own dear old USA!) and yet they have no way of tracking who leaves their borders. I thought for sure after 7/7 and the liquids plot that we'd finally see exit controls set up, but no. Of course, here in the USA we don't have them either...


User currently offlineBwest From Belgium, joined Jul 2006, 1380 posts, RR: 3
Reply 24, posted (5 years 6 months 6 days 14 hours ago) and read 16557 times:

Quoting DocPepz (Reply 17):

It shouldn't be too difficult for all the Schengen countries' border control authorities to implement this right?

Not in theory. You have to take into account you're dealing with 27 different countries here. Different cultures, different views on immigration, different work ethics. I get the idea the whole Schengen was rushed through, without really being thought through. I wonder if the Swiss realise just what mess they've gotten themselves into.


As for the stamps, apart from giving stamps to everyone who has to get one, I often get Europeans asking me for one. There's no harm in giving one, but I do make sure I check their passport before putting my stamp in it.

[Edited 2009-06-17 15:04:07]


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25 Rivet42 : Indeed - it's astonishing given the current (and recent) concerns over immigration, not to mention terrorism. I flew through London City just a coupl
26 MillwallSean : Stamps in passports are irrelevant and only a visual assistance. Its the scanning or the keying in of data that matters in regards to immigration. How
27 MAN2SIN2BKK : I travelled a lot in Scandinavia at that time on my British passport and it was always stamped in Sweden, Norway and Finland. But what always amazed
28 Kiwiandrew : does this sort of info not show up when the passport is scanned by the system ? I would have thought ( in my naive way) that if for example the passp
29 MillwallSean : There are computer systems for this. If every member uses I don't know. The passport stamp as such is largely irrelevant in regards to immigration fo
30 OA412 : As others have said, getting your passport stamped definitely depends on the country. I've entered and exited the Schengen area at FRA and my passport
31 Bwest : Well, it's no secret what we're doing. Your example would be the ideal, but unfortunately, at least for Belgium it's not the case. Scanning a passpor
32 Kiwiandrew : thanks for the info , I am bit surprised ! I guess I had just assumed that Schengen would only really work if all border controls to the zone had acc
33 Bwest : It depends, for the average plane passenger, I don't think the change is that big. You still have to go through security, still have to show your pass
34 SwissA330 : I completely agree. You still have to show your passport or ID when you check in, the airline sometimes also wants to see a match of the name on the
35 RussianJet : EFTA?
36 PanHAM : you mean the single market. For that Switzerland would have to join the EU and I don't think the Swiss voters would give a majority for that. Until t
37 PNQIAD : It is funny to see the reactions similar to the above mentioned ones and also read reactions from Schengen apologists (reference: Thread regarding mi
38 NYC-AIR : This is probably true. At FCO last month I swear the agent barely looked ay my passport picture. He seemed to just pick up, stamp it, and hand it bac
39 FLYjoe : I can agree with that. A few years ago I was non-revving back to the US from MUC during Oktoberfest. I had already received my departure stamp in my
40 RussianJet : Of course not - they should be always regarded, and consistency improved.
41 777jaah : I know someone who had really nasty issues when he flew LA MAD-FRA. He was asked to present a Schengen visa at FRA, and since he had one, but restric
42 Sflaflight : That's the BIGGEST problem. An it is mostly the Mediterranean that is the problem. That is why the EU need a centralized system where resources could
43 PanHAM : [ interesting, never thought about that. LA has full traffic rights on that flight and they sell cheap tickets ususally at a fill up rate. For a Europ
44 Abrelosojos : = Don't open that can of worms . The apologists will feel defensive yet again. LOL. Saludos, A.
45 Jcs17 : I have more difficulty entering the United States, as a citizen, than I do the EU. I've been stopped and brought into a private room for secondary scr
46 ZRH : For sure not. Switzerland is a founder country of EFTA. He means the tax and duty union which is a part of the EU contract. I think EFTA is a free tr
47 RussianJet : You are, of course, totally correct. I just mentioned it off the top of my head, but then in a move I perhaps should have made prior to posting, goog
48 Jsnww81 : Or in the case of an especially lazy immigration officer (see FCO) they don't even look for an open page. Instead, they just plonk the FCO stamp down
49 Airtrainer : I always ask for a stamp when I enter a Schengen country but I think it's just at the officers discretion. I got my passport stamped at DUB last month
50 PanHAM : That is something that always makes me wonder, as a German citizen, I usually spend less than 1 or 2 minutes to clear US immigration, whereas natural
51 Adriaticflight : Yes.
52 Cubsrule : There are a decent handful of countries that are like this. Poland is like this as is, IIRC, Greece. In Poland's case, I know Brussels has been putti
53 Hjulicher : NB: I'm traveling with a US passport Once, I was transferring in CDG, and decided to enter France and walk between the terminals instead of take the s
54 Cubsrule : CDG is funny. If you're at a longhaul terminal, you can pretty much count on a stamp, but they're much less likely to stamp at 2B and 2F.
55 RussianJet : You don't think overstaying permission in a country is serious? Paying proper attention to that can hardly be described as 'anal'.
56 Vlada : Sorry, what do you mean by this? Has anything changed from 2004, when I flew out of USA from DTW and I did get my passport stamped at the exit? Maybe
57 RussianJet : The USA does not routinely have immigration exit controls.
58 PNQIAD : Is this peculiar to DTW? I have flown out of IAD almost every year since 1997 and never have had an exit stamp. The only way USCIS / CBP generally ke
59 COEWR787 : US entry stamp used to be oblong that fit nicely in a block until about 2005. Then they figured that was no good so they changed it to the current ov
60 RussianJet : Not too difficult to figure really. There is a significant amount of document abuse going on out there, and sometimes people request secondary ID to
61 COEWR787 : Yeah, I know. But what I found amusing is that my three volume Passport has 5 visas in it each with a photo in it that is similar to but not the same
62 Jfidler : I actually don't want my passport stamped. I travel a lot and it gets full of stamps quickly, which means I have to make a trip to the embassy to get
63 DAL763ER : Why don't you just enter Schengen with your Estonian ID and that's it? No need for stamps that way. You are a full Schengen resident. I went to Paris
64 RedChili : You can only enter with a passport or an ID card which shows that you're a citizen of the EU. E.g. an Estonian drivers license or an ID card from an
65 Cubsrule : Well, that's the interesting thing. Overstaying is (presumably) equally serious for all countries. Why, then, are some countries so much more concern
66 RussianJet : Perhaps because it's actually not equally serious for all countries? Or, perhaps because some countries are more bothered about applying existing law
67 Cubsrule : Right-- which was my entire point. Poland is all over it because Brussels is all over them about immigration enforcement. I'm not sure why you jumped
68 Airvan00 : Probably not a topic for this forum, but since you asked. Some counties like Britain and Australia (being islands) have strong boarder protection bec
69 RussianJet : Not sure I understand that. I was astonished that you seemed to be saying that countries paying proper attention to overstaying was 'anal' when in fa
70 Cubsrule : I think you're seeing a normative statement that I didn't make (that it's bad to be anal). I didn't say that.
71 RussianJet : I don't need that verification - it is by definition a negative description, hence my reaction. If you simply meant 'pay closer attention to' then fi
72 Cubsrule : My thesaurus shows anal and meticulous as synonyms... plug meticulous into my statement if you like.
73 Viscount724 : All legal residents of Switzerland are entitled to the same government benefits (pensions, unemployment insurance etc.) provided they've contributed
74 JohnClipper : Germany is the same...it is hit and miss from my experience.
75 WROORD : Your passport for sure will be stamped on return to US. I do not understand why they stamp US passports. Maybe this is a way to ensure revenue as EU p
76 Jfidler : Because as a non-EU citizen (I have a US passport), I cannot travel with an EU ID card. That privilege is only afforded to EU citizens. In fact, on t
77 DAL763ER : What's the point in stamping anyway? Of course, EU/Schengen citizens don't get stamped while traveling within the EU/Schengen area and don't put the i
78 PanHAM : God forbid that this ever happens. You might as well ask why don't we all get a barcode on our heads, or an RFID chip under the skin. The vision that
79 AverageUser : "EU states" in the above should read "Schengen states", but otherwise -- welcome to the nightmare! I'm not getting my new passport without my fingerp
80 Apodino : When I flew to NRT a few weeks ago from DTW, CBP was doing exit checks on all people getting on the flight. They were stationed inside that structure
81 L410Turbolet : The point of a stamp in your passport is simple If you're from a non-EU country you will have proof that you entered the country (or the EU if that i
82 Varig md-11 : I am amazed people ask for more stamping or more stamping consistency To me a new solution has to be found with new technology (RFID exists in most pa
83 Legacyins : They were not there to do departure control. They were there for something else.
84 Apodino : Then what the heck were they checking passports for? The inspection seemed very similar to an Exit check from abroad? In my opinion, CBP needs to be
85 Legacyins : Maybe because they were looking for someone?!? They were not doing departure control. U.S. airports, except a few, are set up for steril areas beyond
86 DAL763ER : Why would it be a nightmare, may I ask? Then why can't all data be centralized so the police can just verify your entry in their car or by calling th
87 Signol : The only European stamp in my UK passport is a Croatian one. I was travelling by train though, from Budapest to Zagreb. signol
88 Apodino : They were interviewing every foreign passport holder in detail for me to think they were just "looking for someone". Besides, the announcement was ma
89 DAL763ER : I think the US should implement departure control rather than have the individual give the I-94 back to the airline. Why can't they(the gov) eliminate
90 PNQIAD : Assuming you are talking about when entering the US - Citizens and Permanent Residents do not have to fill any immigration forms at entry/exit. They
91 PanHAM : The US would have to re build all their international terminals if exit control would become mandatory. Random checks at the gates might do the job. F
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