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what is red stamping

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what is red stamping

hi all, i need a clarification..

what is "RED STAMPING" in passport for overstay tourist visa in singapore..

what does red stamp means and how it appears in passport(what color and whats the content)..

all ur replies regarding it would be more helpful for me..

thanh you frendz...

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1. Re: what is red stamping

parthi23, hi

1/ did you overstay your visa???

2/ or you are asking to explore the possibility to do it ???? Overstaying in Singapore is a serious offense and on conviction the penalty is mandatory imprisonment and caning.

Edited: 06 June 2014, 15:59
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2. Re: what is red stamping

Most countries will stamp something ( usually just the words 'Overstayed') in your passport when you leave the county and have exceeded your permitted stay. The colour of the stamp is of no relevance . I guess a red colour makes it easier to spot by the next immigration officer that looks at your passport.

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