Frequent question: Can you enter Israel with a Lebanese stamp in your passport?

Israel allows free entry to persons with a Lebanese stamp in the passport. No restrictions.

Can I get into Israel with a Lebanese stamp?

Israel allows free entry to persons with a Lebanese stamp in the passport. No restrictions.

Do they stamp your passport when you go to Israel?

Today, that question might still be asked but the answer is simple. The Israeli passport stamp is no more. Rather, border officials give you an entry visa automatically on a piece of paper. No more stamps in passports.

Can you go to Dubai if you have been to Israel?

There is no official restriction on entry to the UAE for anyone because they are Jewish, as far as we know. … Dubai is generally perceived as being the most tolerant, and if you do have a evidence of a visit to Israel in your passport, try and enter the UAE in Dubai rather than other emirates.

What countries can you not visit after going to Israel?

Countries You CANNOT Visit with an Israel Passport Stamp

  • Iran**
  • Iraq** (Iraq not Iraqi Kurdistan)
  • Afghanistan.
  • Lebanon.
  • Syria.
  • Libya.
  • Kuwait.
  • Pakistan.

What if my passport was not stamped?

Other countries may or may not stamp your passport – again, they are not required to do so. Just remember that if your passport and / or GC were swiped in the US, then the DHS has a record of your entry, even if it is not reflected in your passport. If. Passport stamp is not the only way to prove one’s travel dates.

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Can you visit Iran If you have been to Israel?

Well, almost everyone. Unfortunately, Israeli citizens are not allowed to enter the country. … Iran is not the only country with this restriction. Now, let’s talk about all the other nationalities that can visit Iran.

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