Why doesn't anyone look much like their ID?
The practice of not allowing smiles in passport photos is meant to ensure that everyone looks like themselves in their passport photo. That is the point of a passport photo: identification. Ironically, the frowns-only rule means that almost no one looks much like their passport photo.
Plus, depressing photos contribute to bad vibes at the border.
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