• yes, it does. They don't always stamp US passports (or they didn't in the past), but hey always stamp non-US.
  • As an international traveler I can tell you that a US passport will not be stamped when returning to the US. All others will be.
  • The answer is both yes and no. Only some countries need their passports stamped as it validates the visa on the passport with an entry date. The others are part of the Visa Waiver Program and need no stamp. Also, if you are transiting America then your passport is checked, but not stamped as you are not disembarking the airport.
  • Usually it does but you can always the immigration agent to stamp it for you.

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