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Offline thaiga

Land Borders Set To Limit Visa Exempt Entries To Two Per Year
« on: December 18, 2016, 11:49:41 PM »
Land Borders Set To Limit Visa Exempt Entries To Two Per Year

From December 31st immigration checkpoints at land border crossings into Thailand will only allow visitors to enter the Kingdom on a visa exemption stamp twice in a calendar year, bringing an end to the much used loophole of staying in the country by doing back to back border hops.

full article stickboybangkok.com
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Offline koratbob47

Re: Land Borders Set To Limit Visa Exempt Entries To Two Per Year
« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2016, 09:56:01 AM »
My reaction is "Hurray" ... long overdue ... if people want to live and/or work here get the proper visa or leave !!
I have noticed that people who complain about visa enforcement in Thailand are the biggest anti immigrant spokesmen in their own country. Strange how the rules only seem to apply to others and not them.
 
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