Virgin Blue - Velocity Rewards
Member since 25 May 2011
Total posts 13
Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 23 Oct 2013
Total posts 768
There is a process you can go through to access your passenger movement history.
Member since 12 Dec 2012
Total posts 289
Where are you going regularity outside Australia that doesn't stamp passports?
Member since 18 Mar 2018
Total posts 19
I mean off the top of my head HK doesn’t stamp passports...
Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards
Member since 12 Nov 2017
Total posts 42
Member since 23 Feb 2016
Total posts 60
Korea is an other as is Singapore if you have the eIASC stamp in the back.
Member since 19 Apr 2012
Total posts 510
The US didn’t stamp mine last weeresulting in a minor hassle renting a car as they needed proof of not being in the country for more than a year after which a US license is required. Next time I will ask for a stamp and remember to take boarding passes.
Member since 21 Mar 2011
Total posts 427
NZ never stamps Aust passports, haven't for a while.
Member since 04 Apr 2014
Total posts 137
For the US you can always get your I-94 history. That gives a complete record of US arrivals and departures. Here’s the link:
KLM - Flying Blue
Member since 26 Mar 2015
Total posts 5
If you're an Australian citizen but travel on a British Passport there are no stamps in any EU contry.
Member since 22 Mar 2019
Total posts 25
They started this year sometime. You can now use the E-Gate.
Member since 15 Mar 2018
It used to be the Australian Customs and Border Protection
Service was the Australian federal government agency who tracked all comings
and goings. I once had to get the
printout when someone stole my ID. A
passport was not considered evidence, but their report was.
I also had to get a copy for the RMS when
they cancelled my license for not voting! I'd advised Federal AEC but not the State Electoral Office and so when I didn't vote due to being overseas, they fined me. Because I'd told the AEC I was away, I didn't pay the fine and then they just up and cancelled my license. The first I knew of this was when I tried to rent a car and got told my license had been suspended.
Australian border interactions are now tracked by the Australian Border Force. There is a form you complete to get an
official report of your movements in and out of Australia. They turn requests around quite quickly. My experience is that very few countries now stamp my passport, which is great because they don't run out as often. Especially now we can't get the thick passports any more.
Member since 07 May 2016
Total posts 10
The 1359 form to request international movement records asks for passport number and passport country. To get the records for a period of time during which one has held multiple passports covering different periods or from different countries, are we supposed to submit a separate 1359 for each passport number or can is it OK to write in all the different numbers on one form? The form instructions are silent on this.
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