I worked on a cruise ship with a C1/D visa and I-95 authorization (also, before that I already have the B1 American visa). I resign the company before the end of my contract and I really think I got the paroled stamp as a retaliation of the company (because before leave they thave threatened me with immigration stuffs). Also the policemen told me the company that asked them to follow me till the airport and give the stamp. They told me my visas still valid, but in the moment they haven't shown me the paroled stamp, otherwise I would ask them the meaning of that in the same moment. Also I saw the document from company asking the policeman support to take me to the airport (as I was some criminal just because I wanted left the job). So, my question is, could this stamp makes the authorities deny my entrance or work permissions in any country I want? In USA? Could this stamp make the process to get or renew a visa harder for me somehow? That wasn't the first ship company I've worked, but was the first one I quite and had to deal with quite awful situation. Ps: I heard that cases like that are comom in that company, where they are used to threat the crewmembers to not quit to job.
Q: So, my question is, could this stamp makes the authorities deny my entrance or work permissions in any country I want?
A: No, not 'any' country ... but it could be difficult for you to return to the US.
Q: In USA?
Q: Could this stamp make the process to get or renew a visa harder for me somehow?
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