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Child coming to U.S. for first time

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My daughter was born in Thailand. 


She has never been to the U.S., but has a U.S. passport.


My wife in distressed because she thinks my daughter has to have a physical done before coming and that she will have problems entering the U.S. on a U.S. passport because there are no stamps in it.


Does my daughter need a physical? Will it be a problem entering the country?


I'm certain the answer is 'no' to both. But, I'm just the husband. What do I know? :)



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You are correct. No physical needed for USCs and no stamps is not a problem. Many children don't get the chance to travel the globe and collect passport stamps. It's quite normal. 






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