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BANGKOK 21 April 2019 05:47
FarangFB

Yellow fever certificate question

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I have a cousin from Brazil that lives in Europe, and hasn't been to Brazil for over a year.

 

Brazilian nationals are normally required to present the yellow fever certificate upon entrance. But the MFA website says they don't need to if they can prove they live in a safe area (which he does).

 

Is this easy to prove just from passport stamps? Is it done at the health control booth or the passport control?

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It is done at the health check desk/office if a immigration officer directs a person to there.

Unless a passport shows recent travel to a listed country it is not required.

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As for those nationals of the countries listed below but who have not travelled from/through those countries, such a certificate is not required. However, they should possess concrete evidence showing that their domicile is not in an infected area so as to prevent unnecessary inconvenience.

Source: http://www.mfa.go.th/main/en/services/4908/15384-List-of-countries-which-require-International-Heal.html

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