|Quoting Aeroflot001 (Thread starter):|
Has anyone be it an immigration/customs officer or a check in agent ever noticed or made any comments on it? I certainly dont expect any problems with it at all.
|Quoting CurtisMan (Reply 3):|
As mentioned above, I've had my passport stamps looked at a couple of times - but only when crossing into the USA. I've had American border guys ask me why I've been to Cuba when they see my stamps. I simply say it's because Cuba is an amazing country with beautiful beaches and great people. Once I got asked why I've been to South Africa so many times. I said pretty much the same - great country, great people. The US Border guy sort of said "humph" then sent me on my way LOL.
|Quoting Aeroflot001 (Reply 4):|
Pretty interesting for you to answer that way, one of the less compassionate agents might have seen you as a smartass and subjected you to an interrogation lol but still a great response. I certainly am happy to have the 52 page passport that with luck should be arriving tomorrow and I hope never have to go through the process of adding extra pages after I realized that they were taped in and not properly binded. Not to mention the fact that its not free anymore, $85 I believe.
|Quoting CurtisMan (Reply 5):|
Oh - perhaps my reply came across that way, but my response to the customs agent was definitely not like a smart ass. I am an honest person and we are to answer the questions asked of us by customs agents. I answered truthfully. And my reply was in a very nice way. I definitely was not seen as a smart ass. If I had lied and said I visited these places for any other reason then I would have been breaking the law.
|Quoting falstaff (Reply 7):|
However last month I was crossing from Rheinfelden, Germany to Rheinfelden, Switzerland and it worked.