Most countries I visit do not use exit stamps at all and Australia seems to only do it to Au passports for those desperate to have one, so why would a country use exit stamps to determine where you have been. It would only work in a v limited number of places. I find it strange that Australia uses exit stamps and operate immigration points on departurecssaus said:Doesn't having say an Australian Immigration exit stamp assist the countries that you are visiting in determining where you've come from and when?
Would this be in Europe and US?Dave Noble said:Most countries I visit do not use exit stamps at all
For europe depends on where and how you exit. For us, no exit stamp.JohnK said: