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US Passport not stamped on reentry?

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In the last two years I have traveled to the Dominican Republic 6 times and last May I traveled to Medellin, Colombia. My last two returns from DR via JFK customs did not stamp my US passport. The first time I thought it was a mistake, so this time I asked for the customs officer to stamp my passport, he REFUSED and said NO. Every other trip abroad has a US reentry stamp on passport. My travel to Colombia was via JFK, passport was stamped on return. All the other trips including April 2009 via Newark, NJ, passport stamped.

I’m curious as to what’s going on? Is this new with JFK, or a new policy by US Customs?



05/26/2009 - Mailed I-129F to VSC

05/28/2009 - I-129F Received by VSC

05/29/2009 - NOA1 Date & mailed by VSC

06/02/2009 - Check Cashed by VSC

06/03/2009 - Got Case Number from back of canceled check image

06/04/2009 - Received NOA1, postmarked 06/02/2009

09/10/2009 - Amended Notice I-797 Email?

09/15/2009 - NVC Received file

09/16/2009 - NOA2 Hardcopy received!

09/17/2009 - NVC sent file to consulate

09/25/2009 - Consulate received hardcopy file

RV .'.

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