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4 hours ago, neeray said:

Glad to see my suggestion for Canada to become involved was listened to by Trudeau. I didn't know he was following Thaivisa, LOL. She will be well cared for here in Canada.

And news today (as Trump "walls" asylum seekers and immigrants out), Canada sees win/win value in immigration and will take in another million persons over the next 3 years.

Are they interested in any British expats who are getting tired of the Thai immigration slog every year & the 90 day reminder that you're just a temporary guest even after a decade in the country !!

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4 hours ago, eggers said:

Hang on, she, UNHCR & Thai Gov't were originally saying she wanted to go to Australia, now all of a sudden,"left the building".... going to Canada!! All seems a bit dodgy!! 

                

       Canada ,  would  be  my choice ,  can we have  a poll on this .

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3 hours ago, boonrawdcnx said:

Trudeau is a very clever man - he just slapped the Saudis in the face again. Well done Canada!

 

Good luck to the girl! It will be bit of a shock to her being treated as an equal after 18 years in a country that worships a “religion” founded by a pedophile advocating arranged marriage to children!

 

 

 

Sent from my iPhone using Thaivisa Connect

 

Isn't it good we can speak so freely, can we imagine these words being a death sentence. 

Glad I don't live in a country ruled by backward barbarians.

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Concerned about reactions from Saudi  ?

Why should he be.? Build a wall around it & forget it.  Oil ,,,,, oh, sorry

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Canada is a way better country than thailand. Thailand is nice but is a much wealthier country and is safer.

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1 hour ago, hotchilli said:

Are they interested in any British expats who are getting tired of the Thai immigration slog every year & the 90 day reminder that you're just a temporary guest even after a decade in the country !!

Well they took in grandpa from Milton but that was some time ago.  

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Do you think anyone told her what the weather is like in Toronto... bit different to KSA or Bangkok...

 

 

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1 hour ago, hotchilli said:

Are they interested in any British expats who are getting tired of the Thai immigration slog every year & the 90 day reminder that you're just a temporary guest even after a decade in the country !!

One bedroom room in someone's basement in Victoria BC (better weather) 33,000 baht per month.  I hope she has a maple sugar daddy.  I moved from Canada to Thailand because of the prices among other things. I don't mind the minute every three months on my computer to report my address or the 10 min every year to show Imm my bank book. 

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11 minutes ago, kkerry said:

Do you think anyone told her what the weather is like in Toronto... bit different to KSA or Bangkok...

 

 

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I’m sure that wasn’t high on her priority list. 

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