While many of us dream of traveling the world, the truth is only one in three Americans has a passport. International travelers collect passport stamps as little badges of pride, souvenirs neatly packaged in one place to show friends, family and fellow travelers where they have been.
One man, however, may be the exception to this rule. "I try my best... not to get stamps," says Sanjeev Midha, a 49-year-old from New Jersey. Midha, who owns a technology company, is part of an elite group of pilots, celebrities and business travelers who have reached the maximum number of pages allowed in their passport.