N.A Jul 10 @ 11:30am
Reason for denial?
I read the rule book, but it was unclear to me. Do I have to stamp reason for denial on everything after a discrepency, even if it's cleared up and, ultimately, the person is approved?

For example:
Person: I'm going to stay for 2 days. (PAper says 14 days. Point out discrepncy)
Person: Oh, sorry, I meant two weeks.

So it's okay, but the reason for denial stamp came up. I've been stamping them and then approving them, but it'd be nice to know if I don't have to do that.
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vickie Jul 10 @ 11:32am 
if you're going to deny them anyways, you have to stamp reason for denial otherwise you get a citation. but if the person clears the discrepancy like you said above, you don't have to stamp reason for denial.
N.A Jul 10 @ 11:33am 
Originally posted by vickie:
if you're going to deny them anyways, you have to stamp reason for denial otherwise you get a citation. but if the person clears the discrepancy like you said above, you don't have to stamp reason for denial.

Thanks.
Rhonda Jul 10 @ 11:34am 
You only need the rfd-stamp when actually denying someone.
If an entrant corrects him-/herself during interrogation, you dont deny him/her and therefore wont need the rfd-stamp despite it originally popped up.
N.A Jul 10 @ 11:37am 
Originally posted by Rhonda:
You only need the rfd-stamp when actually denying someone.
If an entrant corrects him-/herself during interrogation, you dont deny him/her and therefore wont need the rfd-stamp despite it originally popped up.
Thanks.
Mandrake[Duck] Jul 10 @ 2:13pm 
"The stamp is activated on first interrogation and remains available even if the entrant clarifies discrepancies sufficiently. When denying entry, both denied and reason for denial must be stamped on a passport or an otherwise legitimate denial will lead to the citation "Denial reason not given." It is possible to stamp a reason for denial and an entry approval on the same passport and let the entrant in. This does not lead to a citation if the person is clear for entry. "

http://papersplease.wikia.com/wiki/Reason_for_denial
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